Below are potential resources for OBBA players that have interest in additional basketball opportunities. OBBA is providing links to the information below as a resource to our players but OBBA does not individually sponsor or endorse any specific camp or program.
Keep your basketball skills sharp this summer through camps that focus on improving on fundamental skills, overall understanding of the game and having fun!
Registration details will be posted when available.
University of St. Thomas head men's basketball coach and psychology professor, Dr. Johnny Tauer, holds his youth basketball camps at the St. Paul campus. Tauer has directed one of the longest running basketball camps in the Twin Cities, and in the state of Minnesota.
The Nike Basketball Camps offer camps nationwide for both boys and girls. Whether you are a newcomer to the sport or a varsity level player, the Nike Camps are designed to help young basketball players develop athletically.
The Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx Basketball Academy provides camps and clinics throughout the year to enhance skill sets, basketball fundamentals, and create a new and fun environment for the youth around the community.
For over 40 years, Arrowood has been providing athletes with a quality camp experience, while also helping girls apply the lessons they learn from the basketball court to real life and be responsible, confident, and successful young women.
The ultimate aim of the camp is to develop a well-rounded basketball player emphasizing discipline, floor presence and team concepts. Each player will receive individual attention designed to help correct and improve areas of weakness or inexperience. Everyone gets equal time in five-on-five and half-court games. Fundamentals are taught daily and reinforced in league play.
University of St. Thomas women's basketball head coach Ruth Sinn and her staff holds summer girls' basketball camps at UST's St. Paul campus. Camps are created to enhance each individual participant's ability. Emphasis is placed on team development with many activities structured in the concept of understanding the basic fundamentals of basketball. Camps provide opportunities for girls to come together to share their interest in basketball while establishing new friendships.