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WATCH: Truck Bryant Looks Ahead to Pro Future

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PARKERSBURG -

Truck Bryant was on hand to help out his best friend and former teammate Kevin Jones at a basketball camp in Parkersburg over the weekend.

The former Mountaineer guard was a hit with the local youth in attendance at the camp, playing games and making trick shots from the stands all while instructing them on their game throughout the three days.

"Truck Bryant is awesome," one of the campers said after Bryant hit a shot while sitting on the bleachers.

"It's a great thing because these guys look up to us and they see us on TV and I'm sure they want to be on TV one day, so we're just trying to make them better," said Bryant.

It's an opportunity for Bryant to give Jones a helping hand before he sets his course to Austria in a few months to begin the next step of his professional basketball career overseas.

"I just came to support my best friend," said Bryant. "It's a great thing he does, giving back to the kids. I like the fact that they have camps everywhere and I'm going to try to make all of them."

The next Kevin Jones Basketball Camp will be June 21-23 at the Charleston YMCA.

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