Camp Quick Glance

Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball Camp

Need to Know Info

The Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball Camp has two options for youth players.

Option 1 is the Junior camp and is a five day camp for players between the ages 5-9

The second option is the Tunder Youth Camp. It is for players between the ages 10-16.

There’s eight different camps located throughout greater Oklahoma City. Play in locations like Hoop House, Santa Fe Life Center, Casady School, Yukon High School, and Bixby High School.

Camp Swag

All OKC Thunder campers will receive:

  • Reversible Thunder Youth Basketball camp jersey
  • Camp progress report
  • Camp group photo
  • $10 voucher to the Thunder shop
  • Training from Thunder Basketball Certified Coaches
  • Opportunity to win daily and weekly awards

To learn more about the camp, click on the link below. Sign up for one today!

Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball Camp


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Camp & Reviews and Q&A

4 Reviews , 1 Q&As
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Grandson learned a lot

by Lynne Y in Casady School
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The coaches were awesome! My grandson learned a lot of basketball moves and had a wonderful time.

There wasn't anything bad about this camp...that I'm aware of.

The only disappointing thing is that only one Thunder player came and he was a new player.

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Thunder Youth Camp - Enthusiastic Coaches

by K H B in Santa Fe Life Center
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Everything about this camp was great. The coaches were very enthusiastic around the kids.

The enthusiasm helped the kids have fun while learning new basketball skills. 5/5!

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Campers were excited to be there

by Caroline J in OKC, Oklahoma
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The kids seemed to be very engaged and have fun the entire time. My daughter reported lots of different skills that were worked on.

If I had to say something negative about the camp, it seemed to be too many campers to get any individualized help. I had been hoping for her to get help with her specific needs, not just general skills.

Overall, this camp covers very general skills. The camp included a t-shirt, ball and a happy meal on the last day. The kids seemed really fired up and excited to be there.

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Great Experience For My Grandson

by Lynee Y in Casady School
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The coaches were AWESOME! My grandson had a great time, but most important he learned a great deal during the camp.

He learned more than just basic skills. He learned life skills and values he can use as he goes from little league to middle school basketball.

Even though he learned a lot, there were a couple things I though was bad about the camp.

One coach was a little questionable. Other than that, I was disappointed that no Thunder players showed up until Friday, when a new player came.

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