Basketball in Tucson


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  • Tucson Summer Pro League
    The camp director is Corey Williams, a former Arizona Wildcat and 12-year pro player turned TV analyst for the Arizona men's basketball team. The camp's staff will consist of elite players from the Tucson Summer Pro League, collegiate basketball players, and other talented hoopsters. Although daily schedules vary, campers can expect to learn the fundamentals through drills, games, and tournaments. Summer basketball camp is a fun form of exercise for children that will help them develop leadership and teamwork skills. Email ahead to reserve your child's spot in camp.
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    2160 North 6th Avenue
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Empowerment Through Sports
    Helping athletes unlock their potential requires support, guidance, and coaching that emphasizes the importance of developing character as well as fundamental skills. Empowerment Through Sports embraces this approach, offering training intended to help young men and women become more confident individuals both on the football field and in everyday life. The organization offers leagues for children between the ages of 6 and 14, giving kids weeks of dedicated instruction as well as opportunities to apply that knowledge by either playing against other teams or scrimmaging with incorporeal opponents. After providing budding athletes with this experience, the coaches from Empowerment Through Sports hope that children will continue to embrace the organization's values as they go on to play for their schools' teams.
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    P.O Box 1027
    Gilbert, AZ US
  • Krazy Air Trampoline Park
    It's not so much the air that's crazy at Krazy Air Trampoline Park, but how high into it you can get. With much of the 28,000-square-foot facility covered in trampolines, there's plenty of room for guests to reach thrilling heights no matter their age or fitness level. But there's more to do than simply bounce around. Visitors can also play high-flying versions of classic games such as basketball and dodgeball, or they can get a workout in with a trampoline fitness class. If they're feeling adventurous, they can even test their skills on the stunt course or take a dive into the foam pit. Between bouts on the court, guests can snack on deli sandwiches from local favorite Krazy Sub, which keeps their energy up and prevents them from switching to a power saver mode that only lets them yawn and blink.
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    4310 East McDowell Road
    Mesa, AZ US

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