Tony Bradley and Joel Bolomboy host Junior JazzTony Bradley and Joel Bolomboy will host the second and third weeks, respectively, of this summer’s annual Junior Jazz road trip. Bradley will conduct the second week (July 31–Aug. 5) of Junior Jazz clinics in 16 cities in Utah. Bolomboy will conclude the trip (Aug. 9–11) by visiting nine cities in Utah and Nevada. They will visit Beaver and St. George Aug. 10 and Kanab Aug. 11.

The 2017 Junior Jazz road trip marks the 33rd consecutive year the Utah Jazz has conducted the hour-long basketball clinics for youth in participating Junior Jazz towns across Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and Wyoming. This year’s tour will cover more than 3,000 miles and 42 cities in four states.

With more than 1.5 million total participants, Junior Jazz is in its 34th season of youth basketball. It is open to youth in kindergarten through 12th grade, and registration for the program can be done through local parks and recreation departments.

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