This summer play BIG with Bigtime Basketball Camps in the Poconos. Bigtime Basketball Camps have helped players of all levels improve, develop, and become a student of the game. This summer Bigtime Basketball offers Junior Preps Camps for youth, Super Preps Camps for teens and, Super Preps travel teen tour weekend for high schoolers. Our combination of a fun-filled day camp experience with high-level instruction, competition, and equipment gives campers a summer to remember. Bigtime Basketball helps you Be the Best you can Be.
8:00 a.m. Optional Early Bird
8:45 a.m. Arrival
9:00 a.m. Ball handling I
9:20 a.m. Shooting I
9:50 a.m. Game Set I
10:20 a.m. Snack/Lunch
10:30 a.m. Ball Handling II
10:45 a.m. Shooting II
11:15 a.m. Game Set II
11:50 a.m. Basketball Close Out
12:00 p.m. Clean Up, Parent Pickup
NBA-Sized backboard on fully stripped courts.
Our 3 point lines are lined for high school and college distance.
At Bigtime we know shooting and we have two Shoot-A-Way machines to help players become the best they can be. We also have an extensive amount of ball handling, shooting aids, strength equipment, etc. We're here to help and our equipment reflects that.
From film watching, to birthday parties to special events, The Lions Den is an incredible space for players, coaches, and guests of the Bigtime Sports Academy. Flat-screen TVs, food and drink canteen, an arcade gaming system, air Hockey, and lounge area fill the space.
"In freshman year my son was at the end of the bench on the freshman team and after off-season training and summer camp competition at the BBC, he made varsity as a sophomore. Junior year he started varsity and was considered a top-level player."
"After a few weeks with the Bigtime training I went from being a JV starter, at the end of my sophomore year, to varsity starter and first-team all-conference my junior year. My senior year, I won conference player of the year and earned 2nd team all-state. Coach Jones helped me make Bigtime jumps in my game by giving me the space to work out 6-7 days a week during the off-season and play against top-level competition at camps and tournaments."
"With help from off-Season training, Oliver went from playing his first year of organized youth basketball as an eighth-grader to starting at the center position of my varsity team at a very competitive Long Island, N.Y. High school".
Oliver went on to receive a division 1 Scholarship.
High School Coach
LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK