[caption id="attachment_16458" align="aligncenter" width="420"] Brad Penner / US Presswire[/caption] Aussie Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving is putting on a basketball camp for young athletes. The camp will break down into three age groups (9-12, 13-16, 15+) and will teach basketball fundamentals and, according to his website "focus on the importance of key elements in Kyrie's success including character, commitment, dedication, discipline, hard work, pride, respect, selflessness, sportsmanship and teamwork." It's a terrific way for Irving to give back and help develop the Aussie stars of tomorrow. https://twitter.com/KyrieIrving/status/342830946036379650 Kyrie was born in Melbourne, but moved to the US when he was only two years old. After finishing highschool at Montclair Kimberley Academy, he played college ball at Duke for two years before declaring for the 2011 NBA Draft. He was selected with the first overall pick and immediately made an impact in his first season, eventually winning Rookie of the Year. He managed 18.5 points per game, averaged 5.4 assists per game and shot at .469. In 2012-13 he improved further, managing 22.5 points per game and 5.9 assists per game while shooting at .452. He was named a 2013 NBA All-Star and the Three-Point Shootout winner, beating out the likes of Ryan Anderson, Matt Bonner, Stephen Curry, Paul George and Steve Novak. The camps begin in July, most going for two days. You can check out the details and sign up here.