NBA BASKETBALL SCHOOL
NBA Basketball School was created to spread the NBA training method to athletes aged 6 to 18 years old worldwide. Thanks to the partnership with Warrior Symbol, it's also in Portugal. In collaboration with the National Basketball Coaches Association, the NBA Basketball School has developed a basketball curriculum to guide all the athletes during activities on the court.
NBA Basketball School is a network of tuition-based basketball development programs open to male and female players ages 6-18. Up to now, NBA Basketball Schools have been launched in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, Greece, India, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, Lithuania, Mexico, Spain, Uruguay and the UAE.
The NBA WAY not only focuses on skill development but also promotes positive NBA values such as integrity, respect, teamwork and innovation.
The mission of NBA Basketball School is to inspire young athletes and to provide a unique development opportunity through exposure to established coaches with proven training techniques. The coaches will introduce and familiarize all student-athletes with NBA Basketball School elite training methodology and techniques.
The NBA Basketball School Philosophy is to share the game of basketball with young athletes by teaching skills and values in a fun and positive environment, promoting important values such as integrity, teamwork and respect. This holistic approach is intended to strengthen the culture of youth basketball, teach life lessons and empower athletes to succeed both on and off court.
NBA Basketball School believes this philosophy leads to developing complete and well-rounded basketball players and individuals.
The NBA Basketball School curriculum has been developed to help players, parents, coaches, and organizations better understand the process of improvement. The curriculum is a developmentally-based progression that depends on players mastering new skills before advancing to the next level. It’s not based on a player’s age, but rather on his or her proficiency at key skills.
With input from NBA coaches, former NBA players, and player development experts, NBA