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    "The Hornets are trying to fill the void behind Chris Pau, and yesterday they agreed to partially guaranteed a contract with Mustafa Shakur. I would assume that means he comes in to training camp, and the Hornets will decide there whether to hold on to him."

    Shouldn't it be "comes into training camp"?

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    Re: Into

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    "The Hornets are trying to fill the void behind Chris Pau, and yesterday they agreed to partially guarantee a contract with Mustafa Shakur. I would assume that means he comes in to training camp, and the Hornets will decide there whether to hold on to him."

    Shouldn't it be "comes into training camp"? 'comes to training camp' is what is usually said, and it makes the most sense to me. I wouldn't use either of the 'in' variations. (but perhaps others might)
    Training camp is more an event than a place. It's similar to saying 'come to the meeting'.

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