1. What is the Brooklyn Nets Basketball Academy (BNBA)?

BNBA is the official youth basketball program of the Brooklyn Nets. With professional instruction in a fun environment, we offer players of all skill levels the opportunity to learn basketball and advance their skills. BNBA is committed to serving our players and participants by providing memorable experiences.

3. Who are the coaches running the camps and clinics?

Our coaching staff is made up of former basketball players at high school, collegiate or professional levels and current basketball coaches.

4. What ages can participate in BNBA events?

BNBA Day Camps are available for boys & girls, ages 6-14.

5. Are the camps and clinics for both boys and girls?

Yes! All of our camps and clinics are for both boys and girls.

6. Where and when do camps and clinics take place?

Camps and clinics take place throughout the year in the tristate area. To view our schedule, please click here.

7. What kind of activities does camp entail?

There are several games played each day in addition to station work, drills (both offensive and defensive), films and guest speakers. Campers spend the majority of their time playing basketball.

10. What do I need to send with my child for camp?

Each day campers should bring their lunch and enough water to last the day. All campers should wear sneakers and their jersey (provided on the first day of camp) every day.

11. Is lunch provided at camp?

No, lunch is not provided at camp. Players should bring their own lunch in an insulated bag and enough water to last the entire day.

12. Will there be Nets players visiting camp?

Each week includes a surprise guest speaker including past and present Nets players/coaches. Guest visits are subject to change based on health and safety guidelines. Guest visits are not guaranteed.

13. If I am not from Brooklyn, can I still attend camp?

Yes, camp is hosted throughout the area and is based on availability.

14. How are participants divided at camps and clinics?

Campers are grouped by age and skill level on the first day of camp.