DEMAR DEROZAN TRAINING CAMP now available at Supreme Courts Basketball
Supreme Courts Basketball announces the start of DEMAR DEROZAN TRAINING CAMP in September 2022.
Supreme Courts Basketball, one of Chicago’s premier indoor basketball courts, is hosting a fantastic training camp for young players this September. Led by five-time NBA All-Star and three-time All-NBA player Demar Derozan, the DEMAR DEROZAN TRAINING CAMP is now open for registration.
The program is aimed at young basketball players who want to learn the game from an experienced professional international. DeRozan has played throughout his high school years, later at the collegiate level, and professionally. Incidentally, DeMar DeRozan was recognized as one of the top college recruits in the country for the Class of 2008. Now he is ready to pass on his basketball knowledge and skills to the young players in this community.
The DeMar DeRozan Skills Camp will take place on September 17, 2022 and September 18, 2022. The camp consists of a two and a half hour training session. Players registering for the camp can choose to attend either of the two camp days. The registration fee to register for either session is $295. The first day of camp is September 17th and will be held at the West Suburban Sports Complex on River Bend Drive. The camp starts promptly at 12:00 p.m. and young players in classes 7 to 9 can register for it now. The second day of camp takes place at the Libertyville Sports Complex at US-45. Camp starts bright and early at 9:00 p.m. and players from grades 7 to 9 can register. DeMar DeRozan is passionate about basketball and looks forward to coaching young players with the hope of producing passionate players.
Players interested in registering for DeMar DeRozan Training Camp can register at the Supreme Court Basketball’s official website https://www.supremecourtsbasketball.com/. The registration process simply requires filling out a short form on the website and paying the registration fee online.
A representative from the Supreme Courts Basketball was thrilled to host training camp with DeMar DeRozan, stating: “We at Supreme Courts Basketball are very excited to offer our children this outstanding opportunity. DeMar DeRozan is an outstanding athlete, and his long tenure in the NBA is a testament to his skill and professionalism. DeMar DeRozan Training Camp offers a fantastic opportunity for young players to develop great playing skills under the guidance of an experienced coach. The entire Supreme Courts Basketball team looks forward to the start of camp so we can see our young athletes develop habits and skills that will take them to great heights on the national basketball stage.”
About Supreme Courts
The Chicago-based Supreme Courts is one of the city’s most trusted and respected professional basketball venues with a state-of-the-art gymnasium. Currently, the facilities consist of large, full-fledged courts designed primarily for tournaments. In addition, the Supreme Courts are also the battlefield for many youth basketball teamswho participate in different tournaments every year. The court has received recognition for offering top-notch facilities for young basketball players who want to play professionally.
Supreme Courts Basketball
888 Frontenac Street Aurora, Illinois 60504
Phone: (630) 340-4645
E-mail: [email protected]ll.net
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