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CLIPPERS FIT

The Los Angeles Clippers are proud to deliver our Clippers FIT Program to your school. This program was designed to reinforce the importance of fitness and exercise to youth in our community. The Clippers FIT program is directed at elementary and middle school students. Clippers FIT is part of NBA FIT. NBA FIT is a comprehensive health and wellness platform promoting healthy, active lifestyles for children and adults. The NBA FIT initiative encourages physical activity and healthy living for children and families.

Children and teens need physical activity to maintain a healthy lifestyle. A moderate amount of physical activity such as running, jogging and playing sports, added into a child’s daily routine can have significant health benefits.

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Get geared up to participate in an exciting program with great rewards! Fore more information and to register, click here (pdf). You may also contact the Los Angeles Clippers Community Relations office at (310) 862-6032.


JR. CLIPPERS

The Clippers, ARCO and the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks have collaborated to promote the fundamentals of basketball, sportsmanship and athletics as an alternative to negative influences. In 2001 the program began with 750 participants from three centers: Normandie, Shatto & Queen Anne.

Going into our ninth season, the program has grown to include close to 2,000 participants from 12 recreation centers representing all regions of LACRP. Recreation centers include Normandie, Shatto, Rosecrans, Hubert Humphrey, LACES, Nickerson, Imperial, Jordan Downs, Alpine, Robertson, Rancho Cienega, and EXPO Center. The Junior Clippers program serves inner-city children, ages 5-15. The season runs from early January through the end of March, culminating with a championship tournament in early April. The Junior Clippers program also includes four clinics. Three of the clinics are held at inner city recreation centers and one held at STAPLES Center prior to a Clippers home game. The Clinic Series includes basketball fundamentals, health & nutrition, and sportsmanship.


LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS CHAIRMEN

The Los Angeles Clippers Chairmen is in its eighth year as part of the Clippers family. The Clippers Wheelchair players are not only Chairmen of the Court they also participate with Clippers community outreach to children directing youth to a positive life path.

In 1997-98, the first-ever NWBA All-Star Game for its NBA-affiliated teams was held in New York as part of All-Star Weekend. Chairmen team member Sal Diaz represented the Clippers Chairmen at the 2004 NWBA All-Star game held during NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles in February of 2004.

The National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA), along with the Canadian Wheelchair Basketball Association (CWBA) offers the NBA a 50 year history of organized and competitive sports for people with disabilities. Wheelchair basketball began as rehabilitation for soldiers returning from World War II and was formalized as a competitive sport in 1948, just one season after the NBA.


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