ORLANDO - As a self-made player, who fought his way onto the Magic’s roster as a second-round pick with no contractual guarantees, Wes Iwundu knows all about the importance of hard work and dedication.
Now, he’s attempting to deliver that message to the youth of Central Florida.
Iwundu hosted a free basketball camp for 150 children between the ages of six and 17 at the Frontline Outreach Center in Orlando on Saturday.
“My message is to just keep working,” Iwundu said. “There may be a few of them who are tired, who have their hands on their knees, it’s just about never giving up and obtaining your goals.