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Sunday,
February 16th

$40 per athlete / session
Walk-ins Welcome!

Boys & Girls
Grades 4 – 12
1:00pm – 2:30pm

Monday,
February 17th

$75 per athlete
Shooting Shirt Included

Boys & Girls
Grades 6 – 9
9:30am – 12:30pm

Wednesday(s)
February 19th

$40 per athlete / session
Walk-ins Welcome!

Boys & Girls
Grades 7 – 12
7:30pm – 9:00pm

Saturday,
February 22nd

$25 per athlete / session
Walk-ins Welcome!

Boys & Girls
Grades 4 – 12
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Wednesday(s)
January 29th – March 25th

$285 per athlete
** Shooting Shirt Included **

Boys & Girls
Grades 5 – 8
6:00pm – 7:30pm

Wednesday(s)
April 15th – June 3rd

$285 per athlete
** Shooting Shirt Included **

Boys & Girls
Grades 4 – 6
6:00pm – 7:30pm

Boys & Girls
Grades 7 – 12
7:30pm – 9:00pm

Coming Soon!

 

Elite Basketball President’s Day Shoot-Out

Registration now open for Elite Basketball President’s Day Shoot-Out! Join us on President’s Day for a Basketball Shoot-Out

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Coming Soon!

 

Elite Basketball Spring Progression Clinics

Registration now open for Elite Basketball Spring Progression Clinics! Join us this spring for our most popular event to keep your skills sharp. “First Master the Fundamentals”

"First Master The Fundamentals"

“Footwork. Shooting form. Handle. Vision. Effort. The best basketball players are built from a solid foundation. That’s what Coach Dourdas teaches. Don’t fall for the gimmicks or big promises. Don’t think you’ll pick it up during the school season. This kind of skills training is often not available in the school setting. If you want your kid to be his or her best, you have to start at the foundation, with fundamentals. Footwork. Shooting form. Handle. Vision. Effort. Coach Dourdas understands that. He drills that. No shortcuts. Get your head right. I trust Coach Dourdas completely with one of the most important things in my life: my daughter. I enthusiastically endorse him for parents serious about giving their children the skills to play the game of basketball the way it ought to be played.”
– John Lammers