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2019 USA Basketball Atlanta Boys Middle School Camp

USA Basketball Middle School Boys Regional Camp Coming to Atlanta June 23-24

  • Date:
    Jun 12, 2019

A USA Basketball Youth Regional Camp for middle school boys will take place at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School on June 23 and 24.

USA Basketball Boys Middle School Regional Camps are open to players of all levels and abilities and emphasize fundamental skill development. Regional camps provide opportunities for young people to improve their individual basketball skills while learning from USA Basketball licensed coaches. Camps include on-court skills training in a fun and developmentally appropriate learning environment.

The USA Basketball Boys Middle School Regional Camp is open to boys who are 11-13 years old at the time of camp.

Registration is $200. The first 50 registrants will earn a 20% discount of the registration price, and a group discount is available. More information is available online.

Camp participants are responsible for transportation to and from the gym, lodging, all meals, clothing and basketball shoes, and each participating athlete will be provided with a USA Basketball jersey. Athletes will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

All USA Basketball camps utilize the USA Basketball Player Development Model which consists of four levels of development: Introductory, Foundational, Advanced and Performance.

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