Basketball programs for Arizona kids and teens

Steven Hunter, Steven Hunter Basketball Academy
NBA veteran and former Phoenix Suns center Steven Hunter puts life skills and leadership development front and center in his program’s basketball clubs, camps and coaching. Photo courtesy of Steven Hunter Life Skills & Basketball Academy.

All-Stars Basketball Academy & Club

480-232-8572 •
East Valley area. Training and club competition in the local area’s leagues and tournaments. Specializes in boys club basketball for grades 3-9. Also offers accelerated development training and school-break shooting camps.

Arizona Elite Girls Basketball Club
480-332-9848 •
Arizona’s only Adidas Grassroots Club, this girls-only basketball program offers training and strength conditioning for girls ages 8-17. High-intensity, detail-focused, small-group training for players of every skill level. Club fees are $1,750-$3,000 per season, depending on age; includes uniforms, tournament entry fees, club insurance, skills clinics and more.

Arizona Gremlins
360-904-4186 •
Chandler/Gilbert-area recreational and competitive basketball program for boys and girls from kindergarten through high school varsity. Jr. Suns YMCA and Inspire Courts leagues, plus practice/skill building (non-league) options. Dues are $125/month plus annual uniform fee.

Hoop Code Basketball Academy
480-509-8443 •
For boys and girls ages K-12. Hoop Code Basketball Academy is Arizona’s leading youth basketball development organization based in the Greater Scottsdale Area. Programs Include: club teams, clinics, camps, Biddy Ball, Girl Code and private training. Register online for a FREE workout.

Inspire Courts
1090 N Fiesta Blvd, #101, Gilbert
480-221-7218 •
Camps, club, leagues and tournaments from first grade through varsity at a multi-sports facility with seven basketball/volleyball/futsal courts. Beginner and advanced Inspire Youth league divisions. $125 registration fee.

Jr. Suns/Jr. Mercury Basketball League
602-379-PLAY •
Fundamentals for boys and girls ages 6-17 with three divisions for varying skill levels. Also offers summer camp. League participation through Rise Athletics, Valley YMCA programs and local Boys & Girls Clubs. Membership includes a free ticket to a Suns or Mercury home game, an official jersey, appearances from Suns/Mercury players and more.

Jump Athletic
602-540-7669 •
Basketball training and competitive club play for boys and girls ages 8-17. Workshops, clinics, private training and camps also available. $130 monthly club fee.

Mesa Youth Basketball
480-472-0118 •
Camps, leagues and tournaments for grades K-8 held in Mesa Public Schools gymnasiums. Co-ed teams available for grades K-3. $100-$120 registration fee for six weeks of games.

Score Hoops 3on3 Basketball

310-359-3976 •
Score Hoops utilizes the 3on3 basketball model to teach, grow, and develop the skills of youth basketball players. We offer skills and agility training, 3on3 basketball leagues, and 3on3 tournaments. Open to both boys and girls basketball players from 2nd-8th grade.

Steven Hunter Life Skills & Basketball Academy
480-799-6765 •
NBA veteran and former Phoenix Suns center Steven Hunter created this program to provide kids an outlet and opportunity to learn core live values through the game of basketball. The program serves ages 5-16 and is catered to improving the both the strengths and weaknesses of each player, building skills, confidence and leadership in each player. Club play, camps and private training.

Team Arizona Basketball
602-615-6306 •
Skills and development training for ages 8-18, competitive club teams for boys (grades 5-7) and girls (grades 6-8) and ages 17 and older. Club dues $500 and up.

Team Walker Elite
Club basketball program fielding girls teams at the 17U, 15U, and middle school level; and boys teams at a variety of levels.

Tom Kuyper Basketball Camp
602-995-8877 •
Shooting clinics, after-school sports club, three different types of camps, club teams and leagues for girls and boys grades from preschool through grade 12. $150 registration fee.

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