New York Knicks
Need to Know Info
The New York Knicks basketball camps are one of many programs offered for youth players. Knicks partner with community organizations to offer an Elite Hoops Tournament, a Fastbreak Instructional League, Jr. Knick league, Basketball in the Boroughs, and Clinics.
The traditional Summer Basketball Camps are for boys and girls ages 8-18. Several dates are available starting beginning of June though end of August. Locations include Westchester, Long Island, Manhattan, and New Jersey. Camps will focus on improving players skills such as, offense, defense, shooting and game fundamentals.
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Clinics are similar to camps, but are only held for a few hours on one day. Knicks clinics will provide:
– Small group instruction
– Competitive games
– Appearances players and legends
– Knicks giveaway items!
Make sure to check out other basketball opportunities like the ones below.
The Elite Hoops Tournament is a competitive league based in Manhattan. The Junior Knicks League is an opportunity for over 9,000 children to learn the game of basketball and visit Madison Square Garden. Basketball in the Boroughs is Knicks events in camps throughout the 5 boroughs, as well as New Jersey, and Connecticut.
And if you’re a parent who is a huge Knicks fan, play in The Garden in the Adult league. Play right where the Knicks do! Interact with members of the basketball operations staff, coaches, players, and Knicks Legends.
Sign up for a program today before they fill up!
New York Knicks Basketball Camp
Knicks visited a school in Stanton Island to host a camp – good to watch because similar drills and counselors will be at the summer camp:
Same thing for a camp in the Bronx – looks like a solid camp and quality instructors:
Camp & Reviews and Q&A
Knicks Camp Review
My name is Thierni D, I'm 14 years old, and I live in the Bronx and attend middle school.
I went to the Knicks camp and I learned a lot of new fundamentals. Like the right way to shoot a basketball. I didn't even know I was doing it wrong!
I saw a couple of players too who signed some stuff. Like a basketball. We played a bunch of pick up games and there was good competition. Next year I'm thinking about going to the Nets camp, but only if they win more games this year!