The Phoenix suns are set to host a NBA Get Fit youth basketball clinic Monday evening.
The event is taking place at Salt River High School in Scottsdale started at 6 p.m. Suns Forward Channing Frye will be joined by alumnus Steven Hunter and broadcast Tom Leander to teach dozens of kids the fundamentals of basketball. They will teach what they know about skills and techniques. Frye, a one-time Arizona Wildcat, will also take the time to educate the kids on the importance of living healthy.
The Suns Gorilla will be there along with members of the Solar Squad.
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