Player Development Clinics

Updated Thursday April 6, 2017 by OBBA.

OBBA development clinics are design to keep your kids game sharp while building good habits and fundamental skills.  We have Top HS coaches, former college athletes, and trainers who work with the pros!!!   OBBA's developmental clinic have produced athletes and have helped turn around our Recreation and Travel program. 

In preparation for the clinic, we ask that you please have your child bring:

  • Water
  • Proper athletic sneakers
  • Eye protection if they wear eyeglasses
  • Mouth piece for those children with braces
  • Basketball

(OBBA encourages your child to bring their own, please put your child's name on it).

For a ball size chart for your child CLICK HERE.

 

All Clinics will be held at Sandburg Middle School.

 

WHO

Session 1 - 1st thru 4th Grade (Boys & Girls)
Session 2 - 5th thru 8th Grade (Boys & Girls)

WHEN

Knights Session 1 (6pm-7:15pm)
4/17,4/19, 4/24, 4/26, 5/1, 5/3, 5/8, 5/10, 5/15, 5/17

Knights Baller Session 2 (7:30pm-8:45pm)
4/17,4/19, 4/24, 4/26, 5/1, 5/3, 5/8, 5/10, 5/15, 5/17 

 

Fee is $100

 


Space is limited for the first 30 participants.  Session 1 and 2 are meant for players of all caliber.

 

To Register Clinic Link Below

OBBA's clinic program looks to provide:

 

  • FUNdamentals - Teaching basic basketball skill development in a positive, encouraging and fun environment is rewarding for all involved
  • Hard Work - Emphasizing how to compete - with a focus on working hard and competing to the best of your ability - is more important than the outcome of games won and lost
  • Respect - Exhibiting a positive attitude toward players, coaches, parents, officials and teammates is how we honor the game and each other
  • Sportsmanship - Playing the right way, is centered on fair, ethical and honest competition
  • Teamwork - Working together in a supportive manner for a common goal fosters positive social and personal development
  • Healthy Living - Exercising regularly benefits both mind and body - leading to better health outcomes, greater energy levels, and enhanced classroom performance

 

 




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