Globetrotters’ Hyche to speak at camp for deaf athletes
DECATUR, Ga. (AP) — The Harlem Globetrotters are giving an assist to Atlanta Hawks broadcaster Mike Glenn’s annual camp for deaf athletes.
Globetrotters player Chris “Animal” Hyche, whose parents are deaf, will speak at next week’s annual Mike Glenn Basketball Camp for the Deaf.
Hyche, originally from Jackson, Mississippi, will use his sign language skills to communicate with the athletes. Hyche is scheduled to share his story with the camp participants on Tuesday.
Glenn, a former Hawks player, annually holds the camp for deaf and hard of hearing athletes ages 14 to 18.