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TBA Overview


TBA Programs & Packages



TBA Programs

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TBA League

Arguably one of the most unique experiences in our 8-week program and in the Inland Empire. Students will have all the training tips and basketball concepts of an AAU program, without the pressure of performing at a high-intensity level. Kids will have an hour and a half game-training practice that takes place on Saturday. Titan league is structured to train kids towards playing in a team-oriented environment. This includes learning: the defense and offense of concepts as well as common basketball terminology and rules. On Sundays, we get to do what we all love to do, which is to game. With specialized TBA shorts and jerseys, kids will get to apply their tips and game strategies from their coaches in order to be successful in the game.



AAU is one of the top basketball programs a kid can play before reaching college basketball.This league is a couple notches above our development of our Little Titan League. It is a 6-month program with intense skill training, conditioning, basketball concepts, and team concepts. Playing time is based strictly off of skill set and those who are capable of learning offensive and defensive plays.


Camps & Clinics

TBA Chino Hills Basketball camps are available year-round for boys and girls ages 7-13 and ages 14-18. We offer programs for novice athletes, to those aspiring to become pros. Talk to our front desk about upcoming events, dates, and times.


Private Training

If you want all the attention and focus within an hour of training, then private lessons are a great option. This allows us to build a specific program that fits the direct needs of your child’s basketball development. We recommend finding a coach that fits with your child’s skill set. Every coach has different strengths and benefits to their training, so feel free to try several of our coaches before settling down with one. One on one gives you direct contact with your coach, so you’ll be able to tell them



Once a week for one hour for 8 weeks for only $250. Group classes are meant to teach basic basketball skills. Toddlers through Beginner classes are meant to improve and perfect the fundamental skills: dribbling, passing, shooting, and lay ups. This group training is perfect for kids just starting off and wanting to improve their skills.



As much as you want to move your kid through the ranks of our programs, they must go through our evaluation process and receive a passing score of 80 or more. Evaluations can be requested at the front desk at any time. We recommend requesting an evaluation at the start or end of a new season. Please understand that the request to move up may take more than a few seasons.


Our TBA Packages


Group Trainings + Private Lessons

Group training is best paired with a 1-on-1 or titan league program. That way, it covers the surface-level skills, they get the advanced personal training, and then o get to try everything they are learning in the games Sunday. This pairing will give your kids a better basketball training dynamic.


Titan League + Group Training

This combination will get you into the gym perfecting your craft three times a week. Group training to help with the fundamentals. Titan League to learn basketball concepts plus extra fundamental training. The best thing for kids is getting out there and playing the game on Sundays. Kids need to play basketball and experience game reps. Real situations are the best teachers.


Private Lessons + AAU

If you can get in with a coach of your choice two days a week or once a week, to get personalized training to fit your kid's direct needs. The level of detail and attention your kids your world get is higher than the normal group class. Plus, to top it off, your end goal is varsity/college basketball, you’ll need to set your kid into a good AAU program.


Not sure where your children's skill level is? Come visit for a FREE evaluation!

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