Youth basketball facility, Supreme Courts Basketball Aurora, announces preparations for exciting summer basketball leagues

Supreme Courts Basketball is preparing for exciting and competitive girls’ and boys’ basketball summer league games for young players in Chicago, including the fan-favorite Summer Scrimmages

Supreme Courts Basketball, the Premier Basketball Gym in Aurora Il, announced they are ready to host their exciting summer leagues for 2022. Spring League games will come to a roaring conclusion in the last week of May. The Rising Stars basketball development program is the last spring league program on the Supreme Courts, ending May 25, 2022. Summer league programs and tournaments begin the following week, the first week of June 2022.

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The summer programs include all signatures Supreme Courts Basketball Summer Attractions. The Jumpstart Mini Camp is designed for youth from kindergarten through second grade. The Illinois Attack Summer Camp for Boys, Illinois Attack 3rd Annual Girls Camp and Rising Stars Skills and Strength Camp are for youth in grades 3 through 8. The Elite Attack Shooting Academy program is for young players in grades 5 through 8 8, while Elite Ladies Attack Camp is for young girls in grades 3 through 8. The widely popular Dynasty Skills Academy is open for registration for girls and boys in grades 3-8 and Summer Scrimmages for children in grades 3-8 also open for registration. The Summer League programs and tournaments are designed for young players who want to win valuable gameplay and develop their playing techniques.

Each summer, these innovative Chicago Basketball League games will help develop the skills of young players. Summer Scrimmage is the ideal program for growing players who want to gain useful gaming experience. The timing has been specifically set to support the players available throughout the summer! Players just need to register and show up. Upon arrival, teams will be organized accordingly. A Supreme Court basketball coach will direct, coach and direct all scrimmage games.

To to a representative of Supreme Basketball,

“The Summer Scrimmage Games are held for children between the ages of 8 and 14. You will teach the kids the principles of the game and improve skills like ball handling and layups. These games are provided to help serious basketball players improve their skills and prepare for the next level. At Supreme Basketball Summer Scrimmages, our athletes receive the coaching and guidance they need, as well as access to the best coaches and facilities, along with exposure to the high level of competition and opportunity to pursue their goals on the basketball court.”

He also stated that “The goal of the Summer League is to help young players become full-fledged players and improve their overall game as they get older. All players have the opportunity to acquire and develop skills that they can apply on the pitch to improve their future performance. “

To learn more about the camps and tournaments being offered by Supreme Courts Basketball during the Summer League, please visit https://www.supremecourtsbasketball.com/and sign up for the exciting Summer League games and activities.

About Supreme Courts

Chicago based Supreme Courts is one of the city’s most trusted and respected professional basketball venues with a state-of-the-art gymnasium. Currently, the facilities consist of large, full-fledged courts designed primarily for tournaments. In addition, the Supreme Courts are also the battlefield for many youth basketball teams that compete in various tournaments each year. The court has received recognition for offering top-notch facilities for young basketball players who want to play professionally.

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Contact

Supreme Court Basketball

888 Frontenac Street Aurora, Illinois 60504

Telephone: (630) 340-4645

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: https://www.supremecourtsbasketball.com/

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