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2018 Winter - B.E.S.T. Basketball Chicago @ Quest Multisport
 

 

Basketball Elite Skills Training, Inc.
2018 Winter Clinics/League
3rd - 11th Grade Boys & Girls

Quest Multisport
2641 W Harrison St
Chicago, IL  60612

10 weeks - 4 weeks camp plus 6 weeks camp & games

Saturdays & Sundays @ Quest Multisport

$340

Saturday, January 6...9am-12pm

Saturday, January 13...9am-12pm

​Sunday, January 21...12pm-3pm

Sunday, January 28...1pm-4pm

​Saturday, February 3...9am-12pm

Sunday, February 11...1pm-4pm

Saturday, February 17...9am-12pm

Sunday, February 25...1pm-4pm

Saturday, March 3...9am-12pm

Saturday, March 10...9am-12pm

4 three-hour mini-camps consisting of large group drilling, skill-based smaller group detailed drilling, and scrimmaging. Players are split, according to skill level, into their game divisions by the end of the 4 mini-camp sessions and for the remaining 6 weeks of league games. After games start in Week 5, the families who get the most benefit from the program are the ones who still treat every session as a three-hour skills development session (instead of showing up only for a game). Our skills stations continue while the games are played on the other courts, so players can continue to develop before and after their game.

All players will be assigned a division on the first day of game play.

 

Western Conference || B.E.S.T. Introductory Division:

  • Learn fundamental movement skills & build overall motor skills, introduce team principles & concepts, play a 3-on-3 schedule plus group skill competitions
  • B.E.S.T. recommends participating 1X-2X per week in basketball & participate daily in other sports activities, and minimal 5-on-5 competition until fundamentals are further developed
  • All divisions participate in skills stations for 2 of the 3 hours and play games for 1 of the 3 hours they are at a B.E.S.T. session
  • Typically 3rd-4th grade athletes, but also less experienced older players

Central Conference || B.E.S.T. Foundational Division:

  • Learn fundamental & basic basketball-specific skills, spending ~2/3 of time on individual fundamental training and ~1/3 of time on actual game competition.
  • Learn all position concepts, play 5-on-5 games, and play group skills & smaller team games (1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, skill games)
  • All divisions participate in skills stations for 2 of the 3 hours and play games for 1 of the 3 hours they are at a B.E.S.T. session
  • Typically experienced 5th-6th grade basketball players, but also very experienced younger players and less experienced older players

Eastern Conference || B.E.S.T. Advanced Foundational Division:

  • Further develop & consolidate overall basketball skills and knowledge
  • Learn more targeted position concepts, play 5-on-5 games, and play group skills & smaller team games (1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, skill games)
  • All divisions participate in skills stations for 2 of the 3 hours and play games for 1 of the 3 hours they are at a B.E.S.T. session
  • Typically experienced 7th-11th grade players, but also very experienced younger players

 

 



by posted 10/15/2017
HIGH SCHOOL Pre-Tryout Workouts/Scrimmages

HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS

Pre-Tryout Workouts & Scrimmages​

 

Thursday Evenings:

October 12 - 6-8pm

October 19 - 6-8pm

October 26 - 6-8pm

November 2 - 6-8pm

Quest Multisport (2641 W Harrison St, Chicago  IL 60612)

​$125 (3 week pro-rated rate $100)

Monday, November 6 is the first day of basketball for IHSA 1A, 2A, 3A, and 4A high schools.

To accommodate your student-athlete's busy schedule, B.E.S.T. is offering a condensed, 4-session program for just $125. Your player will have an opportunity to take advantage of the last of this off-season time to tune up their skill set. B.E.S.T. Basketball Chicago has been holding pre-tryout training and scrimmages for the past several years and your player can be steps ahead of the competition when basketball season rolls around on November 6. Each day's program will include important high-school specific drills and competitive controlled scrimmages.

We want to help make your children into champions this offseason!


by posted 09/28/2017
Fall Session - pro-rated registration continues

B.E.S.T. Basketball Chicago

Basketball Elite Skills Training, Inc.
2017 - 2018 Basketball Clinics and Leagues
at Quest Multisport // 2641 W Harrison St, Chicago

Saturdays 9am-12pm

Boys and Girls Grades 3 - 10

Walk-In Registration starting at 8:40am each week. Rolling registration at a pro-rated rate after your player finishes their Fall sport (soccer, flag football, cross country, etc.)

 

 

 

Register for Fall Sessions

Saturdays: 9am - 12pm

9/23, 9/30, 1010/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, 12/2


10 weeks - 4 weeks of clinics, 6 weeks of clinics and games
$340 for 10 week session Now $265 (pro-rated remaining 7 weeks)

Sibling discounts available on registration page

Register for Winter Session

Saturdays: 9am - 12pm
January 6, 2018 - March 31, 2018
10 weeks- 4 weeks of clinics, 6 weeks of clinics and games
$340 for 10 week session
Sibling discounts available on registration page

 

Register for Spring Sessions

Sundays: 2pm - 4pm
April 8, 2018 - May 13, 2018
4 weeks of skills training and 3-on-3 games
$140 (payment plan available)
Sibling discounts available on registration page

 

4 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 end of the 4 mini-camp sessions and stay on those teams for the remaining 6 weeks of league games. After league games start in Week 5, the families who get the most benefit from the program are the ones who still treat every session as a three-hour skills development session (instead of showing up only for their game). Our skills stations continue while the league games are played on the other courts, so players can continue to develop before and after their league game.

Choose from one of the following divisions during registration (players may be moved into a more appropriate division after the skills clinics). All players will be assigned a team before league play.

 

Western Conference || Co-Ed B.E.S.T. Introductory Division:

  • Learn fundamental movement skills & build overall motor skills, introduce team principles & concepts, play a 3-on-3 schedule plus group skill competitions
  • B.E.S.T. recommends participating 1X-2X per week in basketball & participate daily in other sports activities, and minimal 5-on-5 competition until fundamentals are further developed
  • All divisions participate in skills stations for 2 of the 3 hours and play games for 1 of the 3 hours they are at a B.E.S.T. session
  • Typically 3rd-4th grade athletes, but also less experienced older players

Central Conference || Co-Ed B.E.S.T. Foundational Division:

  • Learn fundamental & basic basketball-specific skills, spending ~2/3 of time on individual fundamental training and ~1/3 of time on actual game competition.
  • Learn all position concepts, play 5-on-5 games, and play group skills & smaller team games (1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, skill games)
  • All divisions participate in skills stations for 2 of the 3 hours and play games for 1 of the 3 hours they are at a B.E.S.T. session
  • Typically experienced 5th-6th grade basketball players, but also very experienced younger players and less experienced older players

Eastern Conference || Co-Ed B.E.S.T. Advanced Foundational Division:

  • Further develop & consolidate overall basketball skills and knowledge
  • Learn more targeted position concepts, play 5-on-5 games, and play group skills & smaller team games (1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, skill games)
  • All divisions participate in skills stations for 2 of the 3 hours and play games for 1 of the 3 hours they are at a B.E.S.T. session
  • Typically experienced 7th-10th grade players, but also very experienced younger players

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