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NextLevel Basketball Training

5 Mildred Avenue, Boston

Admission to Seasonal Basketball Camp for One, Two, or Four at NextLevel Basketball Training (Up to 29% Off)

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Experienced trainers teach students from ages 7 to high-school age basketball fundamentals and skills to help them excel on the court

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1 ratings1 reviews
March 2, 2020
Malik was a friendly, knowledgable trainer that was very helpful in breaking down moves and pointing out things to adjust. We will be back!
4 ratings1 reviews
November 7, 2019
Incredibly professional and dedicated trainers
1 ratings1 reviews
December 10, 2018
Royce is awesome with any kids!
3 ratings2 reviews
August 28, 2018
Great workouts my son learned a lot and had a good time while doing so. We’ve already been back!
4 ratings4 reviews
July 28, 2018
My son enjoyed individual lessons. He learned a lot right away
3 ratings1 reviews
July 26, 2017
Great location and knowledgeable staff.
8 ratings2 reviews
February 16, 2018
My son and nephew had a great time. They did drills, ran scrimmage, and their knowledge of the game of basketball increased. It's a well organized camp and every one running the program are very sociable and nice.

What You'll Get

Choose from Three Options

  • $113 for Admission for One Person to Any Seasonal Basketball Training Camp ($150 value)
  • $218 for Admission for Two People to Any Seasonal Basketball Training Camp ($300 value)
  • $426 for Admission for Four People to Any Seasonal Basketball Training Camp ($600 value)

The Three-Point Line: Basketball’s Last-Second Savior

Sure, skill and teamwork make up the bulk of what helps athletes win a game—but the court itself matters, too. Read on to learn about one of its most useful markings.

In an American Basketball Association game in 1967, Indiana was down by two points against Dallas with one second left to play. With no time to do anything else, point guard Jerry Harkness caught an inbound pass and hurled the ball the length of the court, banking it off the glass and into the net. Relieved that he’d kept his team alive for overtime, Harkness started walking to the bench to prepare when officials interceded to inform him that his 92-foot desperation heave was a game-winner. He was, in fact, almost 70 feet behind the league’s newly minted line behind which all shots—whether hurled or floated—were worth three points. Today such lines, which trace an arc around the basket, are part of the game nearly everywhere organized basketball is played.

The line’s distance from the basket varies by league and level of play. In the NBA—which didn’t adopt a three-point line until 1979—the semi-circle sits 23 feet, 9 inches from the basket (from the corners, the distance is 22 feet), though sharpshooters in International Basketball Federation competition nab the extra point for any shot beyond 22 feet, 1.7 inches. Elite shooters typically net somewhere around 40% of their shots from behind the line, and their ability to pull defenders out to the perimeter and create interior space for their teammates—not to mention their potential as last-second saviors—is invaluable for virtually any successful basketball team.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New students only. Reservation required. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

NextLevel Basketball Training

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