2020 Summer Basketball Camp

Purpose of our camp

To allow athletes of all levels, from 1st - 8th grade, the opportunity to develop the necessary fundamental skills to play the game of basketball competitively. Our approach is based on a curriculum adapted from USA Basketball national standards in youth development. Players will learn the game at their level to better focus on what they need to work on.

Our camp is a summer basketball development program.


Please do not sign up your child if you are not willing to allow them to be coached and held accountable. We are here to teach your child the game of basketball and not to babysit them for you. Your child will come home tired at the end of the day and may be a little sore from hard work and exercise. If this doesn't work for you we are not the basketball camp for you. 

Your child will be expected to give their best effort. This is a BASKETBALL CAMP. 



473 Eucalyptus Dr, San Francisco, CA 94132

Camp Dates

Week 1 June 15th - 19th

Week 2 June 22nd - 26th

Week 3 June 29th - July 3rd

Week 4 July 6th - July 10th

Week 5 July 13th - July 17th

Week 6 July 20th - July 24th

Week 7 July 27th - July 31st

Week 8 August 3rd - August 7th

Days and Times

Monday - Friday 

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Drop off as early as 7:30 AM

at no additional cost

Pick up after 4:30 PM is an additional $10/day fee

Eligible Students

1st Grade - 8th Grade

as of September 1st, 2019


Students who will be entering the 9th grade as of September 2020 are eligible to enroll.

How do we group Students in our Camp?

Not every student has the same skill level. Our approach is to not simply place an athlete on a team by grade or age but by skill. Initially, students may be grouped by age/grade. However, our goal is to place your student in a team that builds on their current abilities. Once we have evaluated your student, or they have demonstrated the ability to complete the fundamental drills in their current group, they may be moved to another team that better suits their advanced skill level.


































Team 1

Students who are learning the game of basketball for the first time. Our focus is on the essential movement and skill fundamentals. Skill competition is utilized but we limit 5 on 5 competition to allow for a greater focus on fundamentals.

Average Age


Team 2

Students who have limited playing experience who want to improve their fundamental skills to begin gameplay. Position concepts are introduced to understand the overall game. 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 competition concepts are an area of focus.

Average age


Team 3

Students with fundamental skills and playing experience but are not ready to play at an advanced competitive level. Here we focus on translating their fundamental skills to gameplay especially 5v5 competition. Here we begin to include strength and conditioning training as well.

Average Age


TEam 4

Athletes who play at a high competitive level. Players in this group must have a strong grasp of fundamental and advanced basketball skills. Typically, players who start for their basketball teams or play AAU basketball at a high level. A consistent strength and conditioning curriculum is applied to athletes at this level. Individual skill and structured 5v5 competition is an area of focus.

Average Age 


(younger advanced players are eligible to participate in this team)

How many students are in each session?

No more than 80 students will be allowed in each session. We have lowered our enrollment numbers for the upcoming camp.

For the 2020 camp we are dropping our enrollment numbers down to allow for our coaches to focus on smaller groups and provide more instruction to each athlete. This will allow for a 1/10 ratio of coach to players which will allow for increased instruction and attention to detail. Each group will have at least 2 coaches leading drills and checking reinforce or correct athletes. You will not be allowed to register your student into a specific week once we have reached our maximum number.

VertiMax and strength training with Trx

Team 4 athletes are put through a strength and conditioning program that includes the use of our Vertimax platforms and TRX suspension trainers. 

Coaches are VertiMax and TRX Certified

Morning Sample Schedule

This is a sample schedule to give you an idea of how we run our timeline. Each group scales its intensity to fit the needs and rest to work ratios appropriate for the age and skill levels. 

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM 

8:35 AM - 9:20 AM

9:25 AM - 10:10 AM 

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Stretches/Warm Ups

Ball Handling




Afternoon Sample Schedule

11:20 PM - 12:05 PM

12:05 PM - 1:05 PM

1:10 PM - 1:55 PM

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM

2:50 PM - 3:50 PM



Team Drills offense &

defense concepts

Strength and Conditioning

Scrimmage / Film Session

how to register?

Step 1: Click on the register button below to complete our registration form via Google Forms


Step 2: Make your payment for the week or weeks you want to sign your student participate in by clicking on the options below.

There are NO REFUNDS unless we cancel our program. If you are no longer able to attend or change your mind the payment can only be used as credit toward a future program.


Wilson Team Store

SF Basketball Academy and Wilson have teamed up to provide a Team Store for families to order gear from SFBA Basketball t-shirts, hoodies, backpacks and a variety of indoor/outdoor and indoor basketballs. To access the team store follow the information below. Order your basketball backpack, basketball, shirt, and hoodie before the start of camp.

Step 1 - Team Store Link: https://www.wilsonteamshop.com/en-us/join

Step 2 - Team Store Access Code: 175A0E1

Step 3 - Open the email sent by consumerservice-us-en@wilson.com and click on the link

Step 4 - Create your own login password

Step 5 - Purchase your SFBA Wilson Basketball Gear