Welcome to Brooklyn USA Basketball
Brooklyn USA Holiday
7 hours per day of expert
Open to boys & girls
ages 3 to 18 years old
Come one day, two days or
sign up for all the days
Brooklyn USA Basketball
IS. 228 David Boody JHS school in Brooklyn
The school has two gyms and we have set times 11:00 am till 5:00 pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Workouts/training will be held on Saturday's. Games will be played on Sunday's. Please come 20 minutes prior to your schedule workout or game time.
David Boody Is. 228 JHS
228 Avenue S 11223 corner of west 4th street in Brooklyn
Train: F, N, D
Saturday December 7th
Gym # 1: 11:00 am 9th 10th 11th 12th grade (
Gym # 2: 11:00 am 7th, 8th grade (workout/training)
Gym # 1: 1:00 pm Pre K, Kindergarten
Gym # 2: 1:00 pm 3rd, 4th grade (workout/training)
Gym # 1: 3:00 pm 1st, 2nd grade (workout/traing)
Sunday December 8st
Gym # 1: 11:00 am 9th 10th 11th 12th grade
Gym # 2: 11:00 am 7th, 8th grade (game)
Gym # 1: 1:00 pm Pre K, Kindergarten
Gym # 2: 1:00 pm 3rd, 4th grade (game)
Gym # 1: 3:00 pm 1st, 2nd grade (game)
Gym # 2: 3:00 pm 5th, 6th grade (game)
Up coming dates.
Times will be the same as above times for each grade.
Sunday December 1st games
Saturday December 7th workouts/training
Sunday December 8th games
Saturday December 14th workouts
Sunday December 15th games
Saturday December 21st workouts/training
Sunday December 22nd games
+ open to all boys & girls
+ everyone makes a team
+ all players play half of every game
+ from grade: pre k (3 year old)12th (19year old)
+ players receive: a reversible jersey & shorts
a trophy and other awards at the league end
+ six training sessions ( minimum )
+ five league games ( minimum )
+ total cost of the league registration : $90.00
+ check, credit card, money order, or cash
+ players will receive their reversible & shorts
when the registration payment is made
Call or text, 718-751-6931
|Brooklyn USA Basketball is a Big Time AAU basketball program for children ages 4-19 years of age.With 1.084 members
Brooklyn USA Basketball has been the leading youth Basketball program in Brooklyn, NY for the past 22 years. Having help place 706 students in College across the nation, 141 of our alumni have played or are currently playing Pro basketball overseas and 17 of our former players have played or are playing in the NBA.
Brooklyn USA has 12 AAU elite travel basketball teams grades two through twelve who compete in leagues and tournaments in Brooklyn, around New York City, and across the Nation. There are 132 young men participating on our travel team. Brooklyn USA has won 98 National Titles in various age groups in different cities in the USA.
Brooklyn USA runs a basketball league for children grades pre K through 12 grades in which everyone who wants a chance to play basketball regardless of their basketball skill, is place on a team and plays in a league. This Development league is run 3 times a year with a total of 1,260 boys and girls participating.
Brooklyn USA has put on a National High School Basketball Tournament where High School teams from across the Nation have come to Brooklyn to compete against High School teams from Brooklyn.
Brooklyn USA run’s an annual college exposure basketball camp for 240 high school age students who have either not qualified for a 4 year college, have not been accepted to a college or have dropped out of high school and would like to attend a college. Each year hundreds of college division two, three, NAIA, and junior college coaches around the Country attend this event.
Brooklyn USA Basketball has offered academic help to its student athletes in the form of after school tutoring, State wide Regis testing prep, high school entrance exams prep, SAT and ACT college prep course, counseling
Brooklyn USA Basketball mission is to use the great sport of Basketball and it’s team concepts to help children stay in school, work hard at all they do in life, promote team work and community participation, and to help advance their education by help placing them in College and University around the Country. None exemplifies this more than the story of Jamaal Tinsley who join Brooklyn USA at age ten who later dropout of high school twice, had no high school class credit, no GED and was place by the Brooklyn USA Director in a Junior College in California where he earn his GED, played on the college basketball team was a two time all State player and earned an associate college degree, all in two years. He than went on to play at Iowa State on a basketball scholarship where he was an All American basketball star. Jamaal Tinsley graduated from Iowa State was selected by the Indiana Pacers in the first round of the 2001 NBA draft and is playing his thirteenth season in the NBA.