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Boys Regional Skills Development Camp

USA Basketball Announces Inaugural Boys Regional Skills Development Camp

  • Date:
    Feb 3, 2016

Continuing to expand opportunities to participate in a USA Basketball Youth Development event, for the first time, boys in seventh, eight and ninth grades will have the chance to take part in a USA Basketball Regional Skills Development Camp. The inaugural USA Basketball Regional Skills Development Camp for boys will take place from April 1-3 at the MI3 Center (1135 Ella Crossing Drive, Houston, TX 77090) in Houston.

The USA Basketball Regional Skills Development Camps combine on-court skills training and scrimmages with off-court education sessions in a competitive and fun environment.

One of USA Basketball’s Youth Development initiatives, the focus during a Regional Skills Development Camp is on helping young players of all skill levels improve fundamentals, such as footwork, shooting, passing and ball-handling, as well as offensive and defensive techniques, while also learning about achieving maximum performance in sport and life.

The cost to attend the camp is $185, which includes all sessions, general athlete insurance and an official USA Basketball Youth Development jersey. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today at bit.ly/USABYouthHouston.

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