Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program Now Available in the Durham Region-Ontario-Canada
Emailed for posting by Jojo Taduran
February 7 2017
Durham Crossover Basketball has partnered with Canada Basketball to deliver its Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program in the region. DCB Program Director Mike Cruz took this opportunity to streamline their DCB Skills Program with that of Canada Basketball and their Long Term Athletes Development. SNYB is a 12-week program that is focused on introducing the sport of basketball to 6 to 12 yrs. old kid through fun and games.
Participant learn the basic of skills on basketball like ball handling, dribbling, passing and shooting. Each session culminates with a 3x3 Basketball which enables kids to have fun and play with each other.
The initial SNYB offering in the region started last February 4 along with the DCB Team Skills Clinic. A total of 25 participants for both clinics has registered and will undergo the 12-week curriculum from Canada Basketball after each participant is expected to enjoy the game and continue playing moving forward. The clinic is held every Saturday from 2:30 PM to 4 PM at Lincoln Alexander Public School in Ajax.
Present during the start of the basketball clinics are DCB Annual awardees to inspire the participants. Awardees include Baller of the Year Gabriel Lopez, Rookie of the Year Jerone Castronuevo, Defensive Player of the Year Vincent Jabonete, Most Improved Basti Villena and Sportmanship Awardee Imory Tres Bisarra. Joshua Satchell was also adjudged Tangerine Player of the week.
DCB is a not for profit basketball organization that promotes healthy living through the sports of basketball. Based at the Durham region it provides basketball skills development program. It’s Rep Players participates in various local basketball tournaments like the newly formed Filipino Basketball League. DCB is open to all kids who would like to learn and enjoy the game or meet new friends.
To learn more about the organization and its program one can visit its website www.durhamcrossoverbasketball.weebly.com or contact one of its prime movers Coach M (4167958985), Abe Oligane (4165189987), Leslie Ruiz (4168047973) and Adrian Vicencio (4168215494).
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