Found May 19, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
  There’s a reason why LeBron James and Chris Paul are the best players at their respective positions, and that’s because they work relentlessly at their craft. Back in 2008, James and Paul held a summer camp before the Beijing Olympics, and a college stars like Steph Curry and a significantly less hairy James Harden were amongst those invited. In the recently released video James and Paul teach, motivate and stress to the players the importance of living in the gym and avoiding the trap known as complacency. Check the video out here: H/T to ProBasketball Talk video.
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