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Employment History

Basketball Director

Kids Unlimited


Basketball Coordinator

Kids Unlimited


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Leadership Team Contact List « Kids Unlimited of Oregon

kidsunlimitedoforegon.org [cached]

Manny Crump
Basketball Coordinator 541.210.1142 basketball@kidsunlimitedoforegon.org


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or call Manny Crump, Kids Unlimited 's Basketball Director at 541-210-1142


www.mailtribune.com

The idea for the all-star games originally came from Manny Crump, the director of basketball for Kids Unlimited.
In his prep playing days, he wondered what it would be like if top players from small schools got to play against their counterparts from big schools.


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The local all-star idea was first broached by Manny Crump, the basketball director at Kids Unlimited.As noted in a story last month, he was a standout youth player in California and always wondered what it would be like to play against others at different school levels.He never got the chance, but he's helping to create the opportunity here.


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A standout basketball player during his high school years in California, Manny Crump remembers wondering what it might have been like to go up against some of his peers that were in different school levels.He recalls how nice it would have been to get on the court with someone who was named to a higher all-conference status and settle their standing there.One level playing field, with all-stars from throughout the area showcasing their abilities for all who might be interested.It intrigued Crump back then and has continued to weigh on his thoughts since.Years later, Crump believes he finally has the opportunity to provide such an event thanks to his deep ties to the basketball community and work through Kids Unlimited in Medford."My main thing is I'm just trying to promote basketball," says Crump, who is the basketball director at Kids Unlimited."I'm interested in seeing some of that, with players at the different levels all on the same court at once," says Crump.


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