The Warriors’ youth basketball experiences allow young people to enjoy and learn about the business of basketball. Young people receive the necessary tools to succeed on and off the court. The importance of hard work, dedication, team work, healthy lifestyles and fair play are instilled through the basketball camps and clinics, Makin’ Hoops Court Refurbishments and honorary players and team captains’ experiences.
The most popular camp program in Northern California, Warriors Basketball Camp has expanded to numerous locations throughout the Bay Area. Having served more than 14,000 youth since its inception in 2000, Warriors Basketball Camp teaches youngsters to become better basketball players while stressing the values of teamwork and sportsmanship. .
At nearly every Warriors home game throughout the season, at least one lucky youth has the opportunity of a lifetime. By being introduced to capacity crowds during pregame introductions or going over the rules with the referees and team captains, honorary players and captains get an authentic taste of what it's like to be a member of the Golden State Warriors. .
Through partnerships with a variety of youth agencies, the Warriors are able to enhance existing youth leagues by providing exciting components, such as a Coaches Clinic led by members of the Warriors coaching staff, player clinics and the Junior Warriors Classic which allows two Junior Warriors teams to play at ORACLE Arena prior to a Warriors home game. .
Through the Makin' Hoops program, the Warriors continue to help improve and revitalize Bay Area communities through basketball court refurbishments. Makin’ Hoops renovation projects primarily consist of court resurfacing, replacement of rims, backboards, poles, and other general renovations at local parks, schools, and recreation centers. .
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