Fall Youth Basketball Skills Brookline, Ma:
Our curriculum features a low child-to-coach ratio to make sure each child learns and improves at his or her own rate, while receiving positive reinforcement from our incredible coaches!
Monday Program Mixed Skills (Ball-Handling, Defense, Passing, and Shooting) + Scrimmaging
WHO: Jr. Skills (Ages 8-12)
Elite Skills (13-18)
DATES: Mondays, October 2 – October 30 (No class on 10/9)
LOCATION: Driscoll School, 64 Westbourne Terrace, Brookline, MA 02446
Questions? We’ll Call You!
Learn about other special basketball skill development programs:
Fall AAU Teams (Try Out Required) CLICK HERE
Friday Premier League (No Try Out Required) CLICK HERE
Private Lessons CLICK HERE
The best and highest quality youth basketball skills program around!
- private instruction
- elite coaches
- incredible facilities
- consistent feedback and guidance
- quality customer service – contact us anytime!
Our fall youth basketball program in Peabody, Ma will is open to enrollment for players of all ages!
Our training system focuses on developing the basic fundamentals such as: footwork, passing, ball-handling, shooting, defense, and dribble moves .
For your child (Ages 4-6) is new to the game and sports, then place them into a “Kiddie Class”.
These incredible basketball classes will teach your child basic fundamentals, while having an incredible fun time!
My child can’t wait to come back, week after week! All they talk about is basketball!!!
Jr. / Advanced Divisions:
Have fun and compete!
This is geared down division of our elite college level skills training.
Players will learn the fundamentals, scrimmage and work on basketball strength/conditioning.
Each week your child will see steady improvement in their skills and confidence to lead them into the winter season!
Get ready to transform your game from all of the new elite drills you will learn!
This program is a special preparation series of workout for rising high school players.
Train and compete with some of the best middle-high school basketball players around.
Check out what Kobe Bryant had to say about skills building over AAU basketball http://collegebasketball.nbcsports.com/2015/01/03/kobe-bryant-rips-aau-basketball/!!!