The ABA in Australia is serious about building up new teams and new talent. Here in Australia if you don't make NBL - you play with your local club and that is it until you get tired of playing then pass the torch on to your kids. Well the ABA is changing all this, we are creating opportunities new teams & coaches to a professional league and take your skills to the next level.
We are not part of Basketball Australia or the NBL or the Australian ABA - We are from the original American Basketball Association & setting up here in Australia. We are the only professional league in Australia linked to the NBA D-league.
We will be running some Pro Camps here in Sydney first then moving to other states. We will have former NBL or NCAA coaches running our camps so this is real. We will also have new team owners sitting in on some of these sessions looking for players for their teams.
We have a news podcast linked with ABA USA media and players that stand out will be interviewed on our show and promoted to USA ABA teams as up and coming talent. NBA D-League will also be hearing about players that we feel have something special to make it in the US or Europe or become an professional ABA Star right here in Australia.
Our camps are not about taking your money and leaving you high and dry we will be working with you long term and assisting in promoting your career as well. You will be put to the test for 6 weeks:
6 Week Camp work Schedule Includes
•Intermediate Impact Training
•Performance – Speed – Flexibility Training
Our Coaches Are All Professionals in Basketball
All designed to take players to the next level - For Joining Our Camps Player Receive The Following!
Camp Attendees Receive:
We will be working with local gyms and coaches to help bring out the best in everyone that attends. If you feel you are ready to take your career to the next level then keep checking here Below we will start posting Camp Dates Soon!
ONLY 25 SPOTS AVAILABLE PER CAMP SO WHEN BOOKINGS OPEN RESERVE YOURS ASAP!!!
CJ Henderson CEO ABA League Australia