Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
(not including the Community College of Philadelphia)
If you're serious about improving your game, you don't have to look far. Boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 13 are just minutes from one of our Day Camps, conducted at various schools throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Supervised by experienced basketball coaches from the 76ers Camp coaching staff, each week of camp is designed to build a strong foundation for the game. Campers learn skill development in shooting, ball handling, passing and movement in a fun and positive learning environment. Day Camps run Monday-Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, aside from the Community College of Philadelphia which runs Monday–Thursday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
The five days of instruction and skill development will culminate in our "Skills Performance Show" on Friday at 3:00 PM. Parents and family members are welcome to attend as campers demonstrate the skills they have worked on all week.
Need more information about the 76ers Basketball Day Camps? Call us today or checkout our Frequently Asked Questions.
The Sixers Camps taught me the basic fundamentals of basketball. From there, I took what I learned and started developing my skills as a basketball player. I spent several hours each day trying to improve my game. Every summer, I looked forward to going to camp and realized how fortunate I was that my parents could send me to camp. It was a lot of fun competing against players from different cities and states.Matt CarrollCamper: 1990-19922-time Mr. Basketball in Pennsylvania
HS/College All American-NBA-Charlotte Bobcats
One of the things I remember most fondly about the 76ers Camp was the chance it gave me to have an identity- both as a person and a basketball player- apart from my older brother Phillip, who also went to the camp. I always loved the chance to compete against him in skills competitions, league games and championships (somehow the occasions when I won stick out more clearly in my mind, funny how that works). More generally, camp gave me the chance to develop my game in a competitive atmosphere that was at once friendly and fierce.Dickson CohenCamper: 1999-2004Strategy Manager at Genentech
Improve every part of your game.
Here’s what you’ll learn.
- Ball Handling
How to protect the ball and dribble with either hand.
The 5 basic passes and when to use them.
- Offense with and Without the Ball
How to shake your defender and get in triple threat position.
The fundamentals of shooting (off the pass and off the dribble) and how to make a lay up with either hand.
How to box your man out and attack the offensive boards.
A proper defensive stance, how to move your feet and stay with your man.
- Character Development
The character muscles that make you a great player on and off the court.
Improve your athleticism, balance and coordination.
- Experienced all-adult staff
- Top-notch facilities at 23 locations throughout PA, NJ and DE.
- Limited enrollment.
- For players at every level.
- For players of all positions.
- Daily character and leadership development.
Sample Day (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
|9:00 am||Stretching and Warm-up|
|12:45 pm||Team Olympics|
|1:45 pm||League Games|
|2:30 pm||Daily Contest|
|3:00 pm||Team Drill Session|
|3:30 pm||4 on 4 half court games|
|3:50 pm||Announcements, Awards and Dismissals|