Basketball in New York


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  • YMCA of New York
    Sports fans flock to Long Island City's YMCA of New York for a fun day away. Don't worry about packing a snack. This club has a great restaurant so you can keep the fun going. This club welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family. Kickboxing is a great form of cardio exercise. You won't be disappointed when you take advantage of their fun-moving aerobics. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    32-23 Queens Boulevard
    Long Island City, NY US
  • Aviator Sports and Events Center
    In 1931, aviation legends such as Howard Hughes and Amelia Earhart traversed the hallowed halls of Floyd Bennett Field, New York City's first municipal airport. Today, the same site harbors Aviator Sports and Events Center, which accommodates recreation in all of its forms, equipped with 20,000 square foot indoor field house, which includes newly resurfaced hardwood courts and new turf field, two outdoor synthetic-turf fields, and an outdoor space for events that can seat up to 4,000 people—the same number of people it takes to crack open a life-size Big Bird piñata. Twin NHL-regulation rinks host open-skate sessions, a majority of which are held on Rink B, every day of the week, with skates as late as 11 p.m. on weekends. Inside the center is a brand new CrossFit gym, which offers workout classes Monday through Saturday. Only youngsters enjoy summer or after-school camps, but adults and kids alike can take advantage of a roster of sports and leagues, including flag football and rock climbing, ideal for those looking to shorten morning commutes by cutting through the quarry.
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    3159 Flatbush Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • Golf Club at Chelsea Piers
    As part of the Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex, located at the historic Chelsea Piers, the Golf Club perches over the same port that once welcomed ships into New York City. Now, golfers tee up in the driving range's 52 heated and weather-protected stalls, which overlook the glinting waters of the Hudson River. Automatic tee-up systems position balls for launch across the 200-yard, net-enclosed fairway. A putting green allows patrons to improve their short game, and two Full Swing simulators encourage them to take hacks in virtual environs, transporting them to famous courses across the country or fifth-grade birthday parties where they missed the piñata. Children and adults alike can enlist in Golf Club at Chelsea Piers' classes, which stratify students by experience level. The coaching staff includes PGA and LPGA professionals, and sessions take place in a 2,000-square-foot teaching academy.
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    18th St. and Hudson River Park
    New York, NY US
  • Healthy Buffalo
    Healthy Buffalo has one primary objective: transform Buffalo's citizens into models of health and well-being. But instead of urging everyone in the community to spend their lunch break bench-pressing a coworker, the organization has ironed out a handful of initiatives to make its goal a reality. For instance, it organizes amateur sports leagues—including dodge ball and basketball—complete with stats, jerseys, and trophies to encourage healthy competition. And it hosts youth basketball clinics for boys and girls. Away from the fields of play, however, Healthy Buffalo stays connected to the community by maintaining a website packed with free nutritional guidance, exercise tips, and mental health information. It also works with employers to create health and wellness programs for employees to help combat rising health costs.
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    203 Sanders Rd.
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Blue Cross Arena
    The Rochester Americans trace their roots back to the 1956–57 AHL season, when they entered the league with a bang by advancing all the way to the Calder Cup championship. They ended up losing the series to the Cleveland Barons, but their fast start did, indeed, portend future success; in a stunning spell of dominance, Rochester won three Calder Cups from 1964–68, losing in the championship series in 1966–67, the one season they failed to capture the title. The Amerks seized Calder Cup glory again in 1983, 1987, and 1996 for a total of six championships. Today, the Amerks remain one of the league’s most storied franchises, having spent most of their 32 seasons as the AHL affiliate of the Buffalo Sabres.
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    1 War Memorial Sq.
    Rochester, NY US
  • CK Sports
    Established: 2004 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 11–25 people Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours Pro Tip: Activewear is required to participate in all activities Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Recommended Age Group: 6-15 "We teach what we love to do," says Alex, president of CK Sports, "It doesn't get any better than that." For a lot of the staff, that means teaching basketball. Team CK's clutch of coaches run a robust, year-round basketball program. They hold training three days a week and focus on fundamental skills, sportsmanship, and teamwork. They train hard to give their athletes as much competitive edge as possible, while still teaching their students to play nice, according to the rules of the Nice League. "Out basketball program is for anyone who wishes to get great exercise while having fun and making friends," Alex reiterates. Of course, they've got a lot of square footage between their gym and fitness center, and not all of it is court space. They also teach a variety of other sports-specific programs, including swimming and wrestling. They focus on a variety of seasonal activities in both summer and winter camps, and even offer general fitness training through one-on-one sessions in their gym.
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    212-12 41st Avenue
    Bayside, NY US

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