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Basketball Program Information

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Our recreational basketball league has a new identity! In an effort to mirror the NBA and WNBA, it will now be known as the...
Jr. Legacy Basketball Association (Jr. LBA)
Jr. Women's Legacy Basketball Association (Jr. WLBA)

League Details
Our Recreational Leagues (Jr. LBA and Jr. WLBA) are designed to help players improve regardless of their skill or experience level. Teams are coached by volunteers. Expect a mixture of beginners and experienced players. Our player development model includes coaches discussing The Legacy Story during each practice. Divisions are now being broken down by Birth Year (check out our creative names below).

  • Jr. LBA Divisions: Naismith (Coed, 2011-2012), Wooden (Boys, 2009-2010), Jimmy V (Boys, 2006-2008)
  • Jr. WLBA Divisions: Pat Summit (Girls, 2006-2010)
  • Rosters set late-November, practices begin first Saturday in December
  • Games start first or second Saturday in January and end the final Saturday in February
  • Teams practice one night/week @ 5:00pm or later
  • Locations: Marvin AME Zion Church & Arborbrook Christian Academy

Academies & Camps
The Legacy Sports Basketball Academies & Camps are designed to help players learn to enhance dribbling, shooting, and passing skills in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. All are led by local high school and middle school coaches with years of experience (Adam Mumpower, Brian Morris, Jason Miller). Expect a mixture of beginners and experienced players along with plenty of scrimmage/game play. In most cases, we offer separate boys and girls camps. Our player development model includes coaches discussing The Legacy Story during each session.

What if I have a 5-year old ready to play?
We offer a Saturday Morning Academy for 5-year olds during the winter season that coincides with the recreational leagues. Sessions begin the first week in January with the final session usually taking place the final week in February.

What happens if there are not enough players in a division to create four (4) teams?
Our goal is to have a minimum of 4 or more teams in any given division. If we fail to get enough coaches and/or players to create 4 teams, we may combine multiple division into one (making the age gap larger), consider playing non-Legacy teams, or cancel the division.

What's the difference between Academies and Camps?
Academies run for 3-8 weeks with 1-2 sessions per week each lasting 75-90 minutes. Camps run 4 consecutive days (M/T/W/TH) with each session lasting 2-4 hours each. Both are designed to meet the description listed above with the main difference being the time frame.

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