Isaiah Thomas Basketball Camps Are Here!

Former Washington and current Sacramento Kings star Isaiah Thomas is back in the area - not only for the first-annual UW Alumni Game on Sunday, June 23rd, but also for his yearly Isaiah Thomas Youth Skills Academy. If you have a child age 6-16 of any skill level, they are welcome to attend the camp, held from June 24-27 at the Henry T. Schatz Boys & Girls Club in Tacoma.

Daily camp runs from 9am to 3pm and your child can look forward to the following during the camp:

Form Shooting & Repetition
Ball Handling Skills
Defense (perimeter/post)
One on One Moves
Passing and Conditioning
In-Game Decisions
Trivia & Games
Special Guest Speakers


You can also count on first-hand instruction from the host - Isaiah Thomas, who will be on hand for 16 hours of instruction. Campers will also receive a Skills Academy T-Shirt and an Isaiah Thomas Signed 8x10 photo. Thomas will also be available for autographs at the camp.

Price for the four-day camp is $175. You can register online at eliteyouthcamps.com.

For more information, you can call 1-347-327-4995 or Email eliteyouthcamps.com

Map and Directions to the Henry Schatz Boys & Girls Club

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