Join us for open league play, for girls and boys, at The Basketball Warehouse. League play will run on Saturdays, from November 4th, 2017 through January 6th, 2018. The expected schedule is as follows:
- 11:00am-11:45am 4th & 5th Grade Boys/Girls
- 11:45am-12:30pm 6th & 7th Grade Boys/Girls
- 12:30pm-1:15pm HS JV, 8th, 9th & 10th Boys/Girls
- 1:15pm-2:00pm Varsity Boys/Girls
Teams will be selected each week to keep games competitive. Fees are $50 per player and an additional one time jersey fee of $25.
Check out our website to learn more: www.thebasketballwarehouse.com.
THE BASKETBALL WAREHOUSE MEN’S LEAGUE
STARTING SUNDAY JUNE 3rd
The Basketball Warehouse is hosting a Summer Men’s Basketball League!
This is an Open Men’s Basketball League for players interested in high-level competition, in a great playing environment. The Basketball Warehouse is becoming “the” place to play in Pinellas County for the youth, amateur athletes, and now a Men’s Basketball League, attracting the top talent in the County.
TBW League Includes:
- Full Court 4 on 4 Games
- Refereed Games
- 6 player Maximum per Team
- 2 – 15 Minute Half
- Team Jerseys
- 1 or 2 Games per Week
- Championship Prizes
- Cost: $375 per Team
- Sunday Games Starting at 3:30pm
***TBW will be forming a PRO-AM team from the players in our league to represent us throughout the county and state this summer.
Contact Derek Williams at 727.698.4211 or Allen Williams at email@example.com for more information.
Jordan Jacobson is a young man who came to The Basketball Warehousewithout a substantial basketball background but with an intense desire to learn and be the best he can be. His skills improved quickly with Coach Allen’s training, and he credits the shooting gun as a key factor in his rapid development. AJ Williams, Coach Allen’s son, mentored him in the summer months, during which he became the youngest player to make the 1500 Club, a club in which you must make 1500 3-point baskets per week.
Jordan, a 7th grader at Shorecrest Preparatory School and Middle Division basketball team member, has been a regular fixture at The Basketball Warehouse since it opened. He attended the summer basketball camps, led by Pinellas Park High School Coach Jon Cabino and AJ Williams, and felt strongly about The Basketball Warehousemission to teach life skills through basketball and academic mentoring. Skills such as, discipline, perseverance, respect, and teamwork, as well as how these principles can be applied in everyday life to help one make healthy life choices.
When Jordan’s parents, Marc and Lisa Jacobson, challenged him to give back to the community as part of his training for his Bar Mitzvah, his first choice was to help The Basketball Warehouse. After some discussion, Jordan felt the biggest need for the Warehouse was a new shooting gun which he purchased and donated.
Directors Allen Williams and Daryl Blume were impressed by Jordan’s generosity, saying “What an extraordinary donation, especially by someone of such a young age. Jordan epitomizes the principles and character that we strive to instill in our student-athletes at The Basketball Warehouse. We are both grateful that he felt impacted by the work that we are doing and grateful that he is part of our Warehouse family.”
The new 8000 Shooting Gun has features not seen anywhere. It allows the user to remotely change the settings and is capable of digitally tracking shots and locations. We are confident this piece of equipment and the proper shooting coach will transform your game. Call Coach Allen, (727) 235-4726, for both individual and group training on the new 8000 Shooting Gun.
4-on-4 League starts tonight at The Basketball Warehouse and runs for six weeks. Available divisions include Middle and Varsity, determined by age bracket. Middle division meets Tuesday and Thursday from 7PM-8PM, and Saturdays from 9AM-10:30AM. Varsity division meets Tuesday and Thursday from 8PM-9PM, and Saturdays from 10:30AM-12PM.
The cost is $50 per player. Regular training is still available from 5:30 PM-7:00 PM, Monday through Thursday.
The location is 6360 118th Avenue N., Largo, FL 33773, directly across the street from Pinellas Park High School. Please contact Allen Williams for more information at 727-235-4726 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The goal of The Basketball Warehouse is to revolutionize the current models for after-school programs. By mixing exercise through advanced state-of-the-art basketball training techniques and educational tutoring provided by mentors for children from diverse backgrounds. We endeavor to make sports and learning fun and to encourage hard work, discipline, teamwork, and healthy competition.
We provide tailored training programs that center around basketball to satisfy each student/athlete’s individual needs in a positive, encouraging environment. Our goal is not only to develop basketball players but also well-round individuals: physically, mentally, and spiritually. The Basketball Warehouse participants will have more energy, less stress, better focus, improved strength, and a stronger sense of self. We strive to help our children reach their academic and life potential through sports.