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Recent USA Tour Participant Max Cody departs for the Highly Rated “National Basketball Association (NBA) Player's Association Top 100 Camp”

Max Cody

The National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp is regarded as the premier basketball event available to elite high school athletes. During the Top 100 Camp’s 21 year history, approximately 2,200 campers have attended and 260 have gone on to successful careers in the NBA. The Top 100 Camp has been more than just about Basketball; Character, Education and Skill Development are emphasized as the core principles necessary to maximize potential. The Top 100 Camp provides an experience of a lifetime as campers are able to work with and learn from current and former NBA Players. The level of competition, skills development, and learning sessions has been unparalleled in laying the foundation for success both on and off the court

 Max Cody from McKinnon Basketball Association (Melbourne Australia) who recently toured the USA with his “McKinnon Cougars” representative team with Horizons Sporting Events is dynamic and effective on the court, whilst reserved yet friendly off it, young Cougar Max Cody is a well-known character at the McKinnon Basketball Association. It was with great pride and excitement that his home association announced Max’s most recent achievement. The invitation only camp, to be hosted in Virginia, showcases the elite high school athletes of that year. With the majority of players being American, there are only a few international players selected each year. Previous participants include Aussie prospects Ben Simmons and Thon Maker as well as NBA stars Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and Kobe Bryant.

Season 2014 saw Max step up into Senior Basketball, playing an integral role in the Championship winning the State Wide Youth League Men’s team( Under 23 competition) . His stellar first season saw him awarded YL1M Rookie of the Year, All Star Guard and Most Valuable Player at the Big V Awards Dinner.

 Max is modest yet clearly excited about his basketball future, particularly the upcoming NBPA Camp and is looking forward to getting to know what it’s like going up against the best players in his age group and is hoping he will be able to hold his own against them. Max’s “first goal is to play Division 1 NCAA basketball in America” and is hoping to get some exposure to colleges whilst in the United States.

Horizons Sporting Events would like to congratulate the McKinnon Basketball Association and Max on his coveted invitation and wish him the best of luck during Camp.


Story and image courtesy of McKinnon Basketball Association


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