NBA HIGH SCHOOL Boys (Ages 14-16)


High School Boys (ages 14-16) (grade 9 and Up)



Based on a 2 times per week, 14/16 week program, players learn from coaches committed to teaching individual skills in the latest Canada Basketball recommended manner.  A full 1.5 hour practice slot and a 1.5 hour OBA officiated game slot each week. This weekly training ensures skills are developed while still allowing players the challenge of friendly competition in a true game format.  Coaches are committed to developing great players and work as a team to provide every single player in the league with a chance of becoming better.

Each successive year builds on fundamentals learned at earlier ages.  Opportunities to “catch up” on skills missed by not playing in a previous year are always available.

Why it Works? By playing one game a week and then practicing the following Saturday, players are able to make mistakes on game night, work on solutions at practice and then repeat the process the following week.  This is ideal for building self-confidence and learning how practice can make you better at anything.

NBA High School Program Highlights:

  • ? 14 to 16 week program
  • ? High School DivisionLove_This_Game
    • 8-10 Teams Per Division
    • Maximum 10 Players Per Team
    • Registration is capped
  • ? 2 times a week with one practice slot (on Saturdays between 9:00-4:30) and one game slot (on Tuesday nights 6:30-8:00 or 8:00-9:30 pm. )
  • ? Mandatory Player evaluations to help determine adequate skill level and balanced teams
  • ? Man to Man Defense Rules ensure Offensive Skill development of “ALL SIZE” players
  • ? Fair Playing Time ensures player development opportunities and encourages practice participation
  • ? Skills Events and Optional Skills Clinics Offered
  • ? Custom Jersey  and Regulation Ball included with Registration
  • ? Official Ontario Basketball Approved Officials (the same ones you see at school and REP games)
  • ? Trophies and Awards
  • ? Zero Tolerance Harassment Policy for Players, Volunteers and Parents
  • ? Teams assembled by a confidential draft system overseen by the coaches.