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Ongoing Registration - 2017 Winter League











B.E.S.T. Basketball Chicago

2017 Winter Clinics & League @ Quest Multisport

Register for Winter Session!


Work with Chicago's top basketball coaches in a professional basketball setting. We place players into an appropriate skill level to guarantee positive and confident progress. Basketball Elite Skills Training, Inc. invites your student-athletes to learn and grow in the city's top basketball program, where they will discover their love of the sport through skills clinics, strength/speed/agility training, and league game play. Your child will improve using B.E.S.T.'s unique, systematic, and proven approach that allows players to feel and see tangible results of their hard work. When it comes to the B.E.S.T. development for student-athletes, the B.E.S.T. facilities in which to hone their skills, and the B.E.S.T. tools to help them surpass their performance expectations, only the B.E.S.T. will do.


2017 B.E.S.T. Basketball Chicago Winter Clinics/League

Quest Multisport Complex (2641 W Harrison St)

$340 - includes clinics, games, game jersey, and referee fees

3rd - 11th Grades

Winter Session: January 7 - April 1

Saturdays (and a couple Sundays) 9am - 12pm

2017 Winter Schedule:

Saturday 1/7 9am-12pm

Sunday 1/15 9am-12pm

Saturday 1/21 NO B.E.S.T. Basketball this day

​Saturday 1/28 9am-12pm

Saturday 2/4 9am-12pm

​Saturday 2/11 9am-12pm

Saturday 2/18 9am-12pm

Sunday 2/26 9am-12pm

Saturday 3/4 9am-12pm

Saturday 3/11 9am-12pm

Saturday 3/18 9am-12pm

Saturday 3/25 9am-12pm

Saturday 4/1 9am-12pm

12 week session (4 weeks of three-hour mini-camps with large group drilling, followed by skill-based smaller groups for more detailed drilling, followed by scrimmaging). Players are split according to skill level into their league teams by the 5th week and stay on those teams for the remaining 8 weeks of league games. During these last 8 weeks, the families who get the most benefit from the program are the ones who still treat every Saturday morning as a three-hour skills development session instead of showing up only for their game. One full court is solely devoted to skills stations (two or three simultaneous stations) while the league games are played on the remaining three courts.

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