BY OUR COMMUNITY, FOR OUR COMMUNITY
Full Court Legends is the premier youth Jr. NBA basketball experience, brought to you by Arcadia Sports Central. We offer basketball for boys AND girls (co-ed) ages 5-15 years old in the winter and summer seasons. Our 5 on 5 rules have been designed to mimic high school rules as much as possible, with keeping it age appropriate so the athletes can learn the fundamentals of the game and prepare for the next level of competition. Legends promotes individual player development, with the hopes that every player has a chance to be a playmaker. Our goal at Arcadia Sports Central, in all of our programs, is to keep kids excited about sports and provide a fun and safe atmosphere for our community’s kids to play. Most importantly is that the kids have fun and enjoy the sport.
Our coaches are volunteers, typically a parent of a kid on the team, and are background checked and attend a coach certification with us. We provide them with the necessary equipment to conduct successful practices throughout the season.
Player fees for this program start at $159 and increase as the season tip off draws near. You can take advantage of the best player rates when you register early. The player fee schedule is posted on the registration fee for each season with the cost and dates of each increase.
Your player fee includes:
· NBA reversible game jersey and matching NBA logo shorts
· 8 scheduled games (first round of the end of season tournament
· End of season tournament trophy or effort medal (only age
division tournament champions receive a trophy)
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These rules are intended to promote proper instruction, and to form strong fundamentals for the next level of basketball competition. We encourage you not only to read these rules, but to promote sportsmanship in the league, always keeping the spirit of teamwork and camaraderie in mind. This is not the NBA: these are kids, coaches are volunteers. Officials are human, and a positive player experience is not hinged on the outcome of any single contest.