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The Micelin Minutemen jr. NBA/jr. WNBA Winter League is an instructional program where participants learn the skills and fundamentals of basketball.

In partnership with Arlington Recreation in 2017

 


 Introductory Program for Grades 1, 2 and 3


All registered players will be placed on a team and have one practice on Monday along with one game each Saturday - all taking place at the Hardy Elementary School.

Practices are Monday nights: 6pm, 6:45pm, 7:30pm

Games are Saturday mornings: 9am, 10am, 11am

INFORMATION

FREE League Shirt

Professional Coaches | Referees

30-Minute Games

Official Size 27 Junior Balls

8-foot Glass Backboard Hoops

 

The league will definitely have a fun, teaching approach. Come play with friends and make new ones!
Individuals should be prepared to play with proper footwear. 


 

ARLINGTON


 

JAN 7 - Saturday Morning Sign-Up Clinic

9 am - 12 pm

 

JAN 9 - Monday Night FIRST TEAM PRACTICES

6 - 8:30 pm

JAN 14 - Saturday Morning FIRST TEAM GAMES

9 am - 12 pm

COST: $85/player for season 

CLICK TO REGISTER ONLINE 

Teams: If you want to sign up a team, have your players sign-up and pay individually. Please then email Erin at ecampbell@town.arington.ma.us with your roster so we can assign them to your team. Teams with less that 10 players may have other individual players assigned to their team.

 

3v3, 4v4, or 5v5 Full-Court
 
Six Guaranteed Games + Six Guaranteed Practices
30 Minute Games
(two 15-minute halves)
45 Minute Practices
(fundamentals & body mechanics)
 
Certified USA Basketball Youth Coaches & Referees
 

 

CO-ED | Grade 1 (Atlantic Division)
CO-ED | Grade 2 (Central Division)
CO-ED | Grade 3 (Southeast Division)

 


HARDY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

52 Lake St.

Arlington, MA 02474


 

Micelin Minutemen Basketball

GRADES 1 - 3

Players at this age are learning to perform more than one skill at a time on the court.  They still possess a “Me” mentality and are not accustomed to the concept of team (i.e. passing the ball, offensive movement, etc.). Although they are still developing foundational hand-eye coordination, they are able to accomplish some basic basketball skills (dribbling with one hand, not moving feet during a shot, the distinction between offense and defense, etc.) Because of this, rules have been designed to allow athletes to compete in a format that coordinates with their level of mental and physical capacities.