Ashland University is teaming up with the Special Olympics to host a basketball skills clinic.  The event will take place tomorrow and feature staff members from the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Cavs Academy.  The clinic will be held from 10am to 1pm at the university’s rec center.  It’ll mark the first time that a private university in the state has worked with both the Special Olympics and the Cavs Academy on such an event.  The clinic, which is free and open to the public, is expected to feature youth sports coaches and students from various schools in Ashland, Holmes and Wayne counties.  The goal of the event is to bring students with and without disabilities together for a fun day of sports, as well as educate teachers and administrators on new ways of making their own schools more inclusive.