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Supreme Courts Now Registering for November Programs and Training

Last updated Monday, October 30, 2023 22:39 ET

It invites players and teams to participate in basketball youth camps in Chicago.

Aurora, IL, 10/30/2023 / SubmitMyPR /

Supreme Courts, one of the leading indoor basketball courts in Chicago, is pleased to share that it is now accepting registrations for its November programs and training. The facility invites players and teams to register and participate in the most competitive basketball youth camps in Chicago. Its Jumpstart Winter Sessions will start on October 31st or November 1st and will last for 7 weeks or 14 sessions. Each session includes one skill day and one game night, with the option to choose a schedule either Tuesdays and Fridays or Wednesdays and Fridays.

Chicago-based Supreme Courts Basketball is one of the city's most trusted and highly reputed professional basketball courts, with a state-of-the-art gymnasium.
Supreme Courts Basketball

The registration fee for the Jumpstart Session is $155, with bookings filling up fast. In each session, players will spend one night a week on skill work and learning skills needed for gameplay. Then they will play in a game on Friday nights, organized by the professional coaches at Supreme Courts.

Supreme Courts has the most professional and well-equipped Illinois basketball courts. It organizes tournament-style basketball youth camps in Chicago to help players experience real competitions. The coaches here make it a fun, safe, and competitive environment for the young players to learn and improve their playing skills.

This Illinois basketball court is gearing up for the upcoming winter sessions. Aside from its Jumpstart Sessions, it has the Rising Star November/December Sessions, which will start on October 30th and last for 7 weeks or a total of 14 sessions. There are Tue/Fri or Wed/Fri options. These sessions will meet twice a week, with players working on their drills and skill work for the first half of the session. Then they will participate in a controlled scrimmage by the coaches in the second half. This is an excellent opportunity for players and teams to learn and hone their skills and apply them in a game-like setting.

Supreme Courts also has an Attack Elite Program, which is a training program for travel-level players who wish to get better through drills in both an individual and a group setting. The program is enriching, fun, and fast-paced. The individual skills training is dedicated to helping players improve their skill work. The sessions will be conducted in a court with in-house attack trainers experienced in developmental drills. The team building conditioning performance training is for the entire team. Its main goal is to build team spirit, athleticism, conditioning and strength. Experienced trainers will lead the sessions through Fitness Freedom at the Illinois basketball courts.

All registrations for the youth basketball leagues, tryouts, programs, and tournaments can now be completed online. So any player, coach, team, or school that wants to register must do so immediately, as slots are in great demand. Interested players and teams will experience world-class coaching with the most experienced, talented, and friendly coaches in the industry.

To learn more, visit https://www.supremecourtsbasketball.com/programs.

About Supreme Courts

Chicago-based Supreme Courts Basketball is one of the city's most trusted and highly reputed professional basketball courts, with a state-of-the-art gymnasium. At present, the facilities consist of large, full-sized courts that are mainly designed to play in tournaments. In addition, Supreme Courts Basketball is also the battleground for many youth basketball teams, playing across various tournaments each year. The court has received recognition for providing 'best in class facilities' to young basketball players who aspire to play professionally.



Supreme Courts Basketball

888 Frontenac Street Aurora, Illinois 60504

Phone: (630) 340-4645

Email: [email protected]

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

Supreme Courts Basketball

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