Former Rockford Auburn and Wichita State star Fred VanVleet will be on the Stateline Sports Hour Saturday morning to talk about his inaugeral Fred VanVleet Summer Basketball Camp & Fan Fest.

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The fan fest and camp takes place in two weekends at the UW Health Sports Factory at 305 S. Madison St. The weekend is a fundraiser for the RACVB Foundation, which is raising money to invest in athletic facilities throughout the Rockford area.

When VanVleet checked in for the Toronto Raptors in the final minute of a Nov. 9, 2016, game against Oklahoma City he became the first NIC-10 player to appear in a NBA game since Chad Gallagner played two games for Utah in February 1994.

VanVleet ended up playing in 37 regular season and seven playoff games for the Raptors, scoring 121 points.

The Stateline Sports Hour runs from 7:07 a.m. to 8 a.m.