BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - Victor Oladipo is working hard to get the Orlando Magic back on track.
The No. 2 pick in this year's draft was back on Indiana's campus Saturday, working with ex-Hoosiers star D.J. White as a counselor at coach Tom Crean's annual Basketball Pro Camp. About 300 young basketball players attended the camp.
For Oladipo, it was a rare opportunity to return to his second home, Bloomington. He's spent most of the summer preparing for the transition from college swingman to NBA point guard and impressing Orlando coaches with a strong showing on Orlando's summer league team and he's not slowing down the workouts.
Meanwhile, White, who was waived by the Brooklyn Nets in a cost-cutting move last month, is looking for a new team.

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