Saturday, January 14, 2012

Jr. NBA 2012 presented by ALASKA tip-off

Last Saturday, Jr.NBA presented by Alaska conducted a Coach's Clinic at the Treston International School in Bonifacio Global City,  Taguig City. Some of basketball coaches in different corners of the Philippines joined the Coach's Clinic and of course the PBA Alaska Aces players.
Jr. NBA presented by ALASKA returns to the Philippines for the fifth consecutive year with a more extensive program and will visit new cities in the North and South. This year, the leading youth basketball program tips off in Manila, goes Puerto Princesa, Pampanga and Cagayan de Oro, reaching over 400 schools nationwide.The program is open for boys aged 10 to 14 years old for free and approximately 40,000 students, parents and coaches will benefit from the program.

Jr. NBA 2012 is composed of four stages, the Jr. NBA Touring Clinic for coaches and players from January to March, The Regional Selection Camps in April, the National Training Camp in May and the NBA Experience later in the year. 

Jr. NBA was introduced in the Philippines in 2007. in 2008, the program expanded from 16 schools to more than 200, reaching approximately 20,000 students, parents and coaches across the country. In 2011, the program reached more than 400 schools and 40,000 students, parents and coaches across the country.

To get updated news on Jr. NBA  visit the their official website.

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