NBPA Announces SLAM as the Official Media Partner of the 2021 TOP 100 Camp

NBPA Announces SLAM as the Official Media Partner of the 2021 TOP 100 Camp

Follow all of the TOP 100 Camp action on TOP 100 (@top100camp) and

SLAM HS (@slam_hs) social channels

NEW YORK, NY, July 26, 2021 - The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) announced today that SLAM, the global basketball brand and leading publisher of hoops culture, will be the official media partner of the 2021 TOP 100 High School Basketball Camp (TOP 100). Taking place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida, the NBPA and SLAM will provide premium content throughout the camp while amplifying TOP 100’s story on SLAM’s digital, social and print channels.

As the official media partner of TOP 100, SLAM will create and share an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at this year’s camp that features 60 of the best high school players from around the country.

SLAM will collaborate with the NBPA to provide comprehensive coverage of this year’s camp on their SLAM and SLAM HS social accounts, including highlight reels of the camp’s top players along with daily mixtapes of each day’s action. SLAM will also feature exclusive interviews and coverage of the unique elements of the camp, including the TOP 100 Coaching Program and TOP 100 Parents Program.

“SLAM is a leader in grassroots basketball coverage and has been covering our TOP 100 Camp for a long time,” said Purvis Short, Chief of Player of Programs of the NBPA. “We are excited to bring them in this year as our official media partner to help us tell the unique story of TOP 100 in all its elements on and off the court, and we look forward to the start of camp and the thrilling week ahead.”

“We’re honored to partner with the NBPA to cover their TOP 100 Camp this year,” said Adam Figman, Chief Content Officer of SLAM. “SLAM has been covering the event for many years now—literally decades—and with all that the NBPA has planned for the event this year, it made perfect sense to join forces and go deeper in our involvement with the camp than ever before.”

Tune-in to the TOP 100 (@top100camp) and SLAM HS (@slam_hs) social channels to follow all of the action from the 2021 TOP 100 Camp. For additional information about TOP 100, please visit

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About the NBPA

The National Basketball Players Association is the union for current professional basketball players in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Established in 1954, the NBPA’s mission is to protect and support the rights and talents of our players, magnify the power of their collective will, and amplify their voices as leaders who will transcend sport and society globally.

The NBPA advocates on behalf of the best interests of all NBA players, including the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, the filing of grievances on behalf of the players, or counseling players on benefits, educational and post-NBA career opportunities. Business opportunities are generated by THINK450, the for-profit subsidiary of the NBPA charged with managing the players’ group licensing rights.

Dedicated to preserving the legacy of its members, the NBPA Foundation provides support and assistance to persons, communities, and organizations around the world that seek to improve the lives of those in need.

About SLAM

For 27 years and counting, SLAM has been the most authentic brand in basketball storytelling. What started as a magazine in 1994 has now grown into a global lifestyle brand and multimedia property with 20-plus social channels, a burgeoning merchandise division and multiple franchise events annually. With over 16 million engaged followers across the globe, SLAM and its channels reach fans of the NBA, WNBA, college and high school, and the worlds of fashion, sneakers, gaming and more in a unique and trusted voice. The cover of SLAM remains the Holy Grail for basketball players; if you want to play in the NBA or WNBA, you want to be on the cover of SLAM.