PHOTOS: Red Claws bring game to Lewiston

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Former Maine Red Claws player Malcolm Miller reacts with area kids during a drill Monday morning at the Lewiston Armory. He and other former players, volunteers and coaches were conducting the annual Maine Red Claws Summer Clinic sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts that is free for 7-14-year-olds. Lewiston was the first of 5 one day clinics throughout the state that aims to bring excitement for professional basketball and teach skills to young kids. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Former Maine Red Claws player Malcolm Miller, left, conducts a game with area kids Monday morning at the Lewiston Armory. He and other former players, volunteers and coaches were conducting the annual Maine Red Claws Summer Clinic sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts that is free for 7-14-year-olds. Lewiston was the first of 5 one day clinics throughout the state that aims to bring excitement for professional basketball and teach skills to young kids. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Former Maine Red Claws player Malcolm Miller talks with Emma Randall, 6 Monday morning at the Lewiston Armory. He and other former players, volunteers and coaches were conducting the annual Maine Red Claws Summer Clinic sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts that is free for 7-14-year-olds. Lewiston was the first of 5 one day clinics throughout the state that aims to bring excitement for professional basketball and teach skills to young kids. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Former Maine Red Claws player Malcolm Miller, left, has fun playing basketball Monday morning at the Lewiston Armory with Kyden Moore, 9, of Fryeburg. He and other former players, volunteers and coaches were conducting the annual Maine Red Claws Summer Clinic sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts that is free for 7-14-year-olds. Lewiston was the first of 5 one day clinics throughout the state that aims to bring excitement for professional basketball and teach skills to young kids. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

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