NBA and Mamsa Sports Performance will launch the first basketball school in the country

 

The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Mamsa Sports Performance, an organization focused on delivering high-level sports performance, today announced a multi-year partnership to launch the first NBA Basketball School in the NBA. Dominican Republic.

The NBA School of Basketball will start with three local camps this summer for boys and girls ages 6-18, before expanding in 2023 to a year-round program with camps and clinics that will provide young athletes with on-court training , skills development and basketball education.

Registration for the first camp, to be held at Carol Morgan School in Santo Domingo for three weeks (July 4-8, 11-15 and 18-22), is now open at dr.nbabasketballschool.com/ .

The NBA School of Basketball is a network of tuition-based developmental programs open to boys and girls ages 6-18 who live outside the United States.

The Dominican Republic will become the fifth country in Latin America to launch or announce plans to open an NBA Basketball School, joining Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay.

"Our main priority is to create opportunities for boys and girls throughout Latin America and the Caribbean to learn the fundamentals and values ​​of the game through programs such as the NBA Basketball School."said the senior vice president and general manager of the NBA in Latin America, Arnon de Mello. "We are excited to partner with Mamsa Sports Performance to expand our youth basketball development efforts in the Dominican Republic and provide another platform for boys and girls across the country to play the game."

"The NBA has shown a continued commitment to growing the game in the Dominican Republic"said the director of the Mamsa Sports Performance program, Gabriel Garrido. "We look forward to partnering with the league and building on their efforts by launching the first NBA Basketball School in the country. With our first camp approaching in July, we look forward to continuing to provide boys and girls with the tools and resources to develop as players and leaders."

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The NBA School of Basketball curriculum, which is designed to develop players and provide parents, coaches and organizations with a better understanding of the improvement process, has been developed by the NBA International Basketball Operations department. the NBA in consultation with current and former NBA coaches, players and player development specialists.

Since 2017, NBA Basketball Schools have been launched or announced in Argentina, Brazil, China, Greece, India, Italy, Kuwait, Lithuania, Mexico, Spain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Uruguay.

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