Basketball in Lansing


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  • Diamond Mines Basketball
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? We stand out because kids learn in a warm nurturing environment where mistakes are encouraged because they are encouraged to be innovative on the court. We use basketball to teach kids to find success not only in sports but in life. Poor grades = no court time. Poor behavior = no court time. Is your location strictly for adults, or can kids participate as well? We welcome boys and girls ages 5 -14. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? I started DMB because after watching our 6 year old go through a few programs I realized most coaches don't really develop kids or teach the game properly. Kids come away unprepared for the next level. Having been a high school coach I know what they really need to work on to be ready for anything What do you love most about your job? What I love most is when a child "gets it" when the light comes on and they clearly understand their own abilities and how to apply them. I love hearing kids laugh plus I spend my time teaching the best game in the world, basketball, to great kids.
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    10348 South Artesian Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Fieldhouse Merrillville
    You're on your way to a better workout when you join Crown Point's Fieldhouse Merrillville. From front kicks to roundhouses, these kickboxing classes will teach you the fundamentals. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    899 East 99th Court
    Crown Point, IN US
  • In the Paint Basketball
    Former professional basketball player Mike Robinson—a product of the Chicago Public School system who was drafted by the Utah Jazz and played professionally in Europe for eight years—created In the Paint Basketball to help youths develop as players. His development programs teach the fundamentals of the game, such as shooting and dribbling, but also connect kids to mentors and encourage them to discuss problems they may be having in school with peer pressure or homework.
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    2700 W. 91st Street
    Evergreen Park, IL US
  • JD STYLE Group
    Established in 2009, JD STYLE Group teams up with some of the top names in sports and entertainment to provide fans with up-close-and-personal experiences. As a full-service event production and marketing firm, the Chicago-based operation employs a forward-thinking approach to consistently produce special events ranging from autograph signings to charitable gatherings.
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    10910 Kilpatrick Avenue
    Oak Lawn, IL US
  • Life Time Fitness
    Find a workout that works for you at Orland Park's Life Time Fitness. With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this gym boasts among the best eats this side of the city. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this gym just as much as mom and dad. When your fitness regimen is frustrating you, try re-calibrating with the support of a personal trainer. Elevate your physique with an unbeatable cross fit program. De-stress, strengthen and enhance your body and mind with a professional Bikram yoga class. Combining self-defense techniques with high-intensity cardio, these kickboxing classes offer the ultimate full-body workout. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    16333 S La Grange Rd
    Orland Park, IL US
  • WhirlyBall
    Sam Elias knows that being cooped up during long winter days can make people stir-crazy. So in 1993, after moving from Florida, land of palm trees and beaches, to Chicago, land of frigid winds and gray slush, he founded WhirlyBall as a way for people to release pent-up energy even as snow was falling outside. During each competitive WhirlyBall game, which combines aspects of basketball, hockey, and jai alai, players zoom across an indoor 50'x80' court in motorized cars called WhirlyBugs. They wield plastic scoops to toss a wiffle ball back and forth to their teammates before throwing the ball through an elevated goal. Refs keep watch during the games, eliminating score arguments that would otherwise end in sunrise duels. To fuel up for a bout, players nibble teriyaki chicken satay, gourmet pizzas, and prime rib, and swig draft beers, which vary by location. All three WhirlyBall spots boast off-court diversions such as video games, pool tables, foosball, and air hockey. The Vernon Hills location hosts an indoor rock-climbing wall, and both the Chicago and Vernon Hills locations invite guests into multilevel Lasertron laser-tag arenas, which fill with fog and flashing lights as combatants duck, aim, and invoke Geneva Convention protocols regarding armed conflict.
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    1825 W. Webster Ave.
    Chicago, IL US

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