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Summer & Fall 
Basketball Season 2024

This year, we're diving further into the fundamentals of basketball, mastering body language, and implementing college-level plays on both ends of the court. Our fast-paced, high-tempo game embodies the essence of elite basketball.  

If you're ready to train and play competitively until your high school season starts, register below and join us on May 23rd, 24th, and 26th at 8:00 PM at Dr. Anne Anderson Recreation Centre Gym 3.

 

Selected participants will travel across Alberta and make a quick stop in British Columbia for several tournaments. Additionally, players will be challenged through a series of highly competitive exhibition games against some of the province's top programs. 

Program Syllabus

The 2024 AAU Club Season will consist of one, ten (10) player team consisting of boys U15 to U17. Heritage Elite will be a combination of players who showcase punctuality, perseverance, good work ethics, and a desire to collaborate and grow as individuals and teammates. 

Practice Schedule:

  • 2 to 3 Team Practices Every Week 8 PM - 10 PM (May-Sept) @ Dr. Annes Recreation Centre. 

  • Season Workout Program Personalized For Each Position.

  • 1 Mandatory Specialised Training Monthly

 

Game Play:

  • Tournaments in the following cities

    • Edmonton, Alberta - (Confirmed)​

    • Red Deer, Alberta - (Tentative) 

    • Calgary, Alberta - (Confirmed)

    • Langley, British Columbia - (Confirmed)

    • Toronto, Ontario - (Tentative)

  • 2 to 3 Exhibition Game Monthly

Program Cost (Per Athlete):

With the assistance of our sponsors, HPAD Basketball will be covering the cost of gym rentals, referees, coaching staff, equipment and tournament registration fees. Being the right step towards an outcome we have had in mind since inception, we are happy to announce that players will only pay for the travel and accommodation. This will be achieved through open communication and collaboration amongst players, coaches, and more importantly parents. 

 

Anticipated Travel & Accommodation Cost:

$690  Canadian

Team Requirements

  1. Punctuality & Accountability: If you're going to be absent from practice, you are expected to notify either your coaching staff or your teammates. 

  2. Positive attitude: Players with a positive attitude towards their teammates, coaches, and the game of basketball can help create a winning culture on and off the court. By being supportive, coachable, and having an open mindset, you will overcome adversity and achieve great things.

  3. Teamwork: Basketball is a team sport, and success depends on the contributions of everyone on the team. Players should be willing to sacrifice personal goals for the good of the team and be able to adapt to different roles and responsibilities. A strong team dynamic can lead to a winning season.

  4. Effective communication: Communication is key to successful teamwork. Players should be able to communicate effectively with one another on and off the court. This includes being able to give and receive constructive feedback, being open to different perspectives, and being able to resolve conflicts respectfully and productively.

  5. Respect: Players should show respect for their opponents, officials, and the game of basketball itself. This includes following the rules of the game, maintaining a high level of sportsmanship, and upholding the integrity of the sport. Teams that show respect can gain respect from others.

  6. Mamba Mentality: attacking what’s in front of you with passion and purpose, without fear and doubt and without an ounce of quit. Every second you are on the court should define your desire to improve, to grow, and to prove to yourself that you have what it takes to get where you aspire. 

 

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