Basketball in Olathe


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Premier Handball and Racquet Sports Club in Overland Park with a professional-sized gymnasium, 25-meter lap pool, sand volleyball, cardio theater. Over 65 classes every week, including Muscle Works, Spinning, Zumba, Yoga and Core Classes. Full restaurant and bar, private jacuzzi, sauna and steam in full service locker rooms
10440 Marty St
Overland Park,
KS
US
Physical training requires drive and discipline. At Whole Armor, trainers say they draw their strength from their Christian backgrounds. They apply those principles in fitness classes and at sports camps. They work with patrons on a variety of goals, from losing weight to building strength, and the team also has experience working with youngsters on early wellness.
6600 East 87th Street
Kansas City,
MO
US
The College Basketball Experience is many things: a men’s college-basketball hall of fame, ESPNU studio, and basketball court, to name a few. The 41,500-square-foot facility features hands-on exhibits that place visitors in front—and at the center of—the courtside action, giving kids the chance to walk onto the court through an arena tunnel and even sink a game-winning shot.
1401 Grand Blvd
Kansas City,
MO
US
Witness college teams make it rain from three-point range while defending shots with their armbrellas. Established in 1937, the inaugural NAIA Tournament has called Kansas City home for 73 years. Featuring 32 teams pivoting and sprinting atop a lustrous hardwood battlefield, it has grown to be the longest-running collegiate national championship tournament in the country, not counting the Skull and Bones Underground Cavern Games that took George Washington's teeth. This year’s tourney will feature several trophy-hungry NAIA teams, such as potential participants Central Methodist University and Evangel University. Behold a flurry of high-flying buzzer beaters and frustrating defensive schemes at the Kansas City tradition that has featured big names such as John Wooden, Dennis Rodman, and Terry Porter.
201 West 13th Street
Kansas City,
MO
US
Every year, KC Sports Leagues unite more than 1,500 singles and young professionals, all between the ages of 24 and 30, in recreational sports leagues. Beyond providing an opportunity for friendly competition and social interaction throughout the Kansas City area, the organizers of KC Sports Leagues only have one mission: help players have fun. Coed leagues include dodgeball, basketball, kickball, volleyball, and flag football, which reigns as the most popular type of recreation, apart from the parties that cap off each game in all leagues. Though most matches focus on fun and camaraderie, the men-only leagues also embrace a competitive element, perfect for the serious athlete or the armchair athlete who wonders if their arm-strength translates beyond remote tricks.
1810 Haas Drive
Kansas City,
KS
US
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