News and Events
DATE: August 10, 11, 12 & 13, 2015
(Monday through Thursday)
PLACE: SASF Community/Recreational Center
9040 High Tech Court
Elk Grove, CA 95758
TIME: 6:00-7:30 pm
COST: $45.00 per participant
Make checks payable to SASF Basic Hoops*
All participants must pre-register! Space is limited to the first 40 participants. Only completed registration form with payment will be accepted - First come, first serve. *Fee includes t-shirt.
The goal of our clinic is to teach basic fundamental basketball skills in a fun environment. Please have your child wear comfortable court shoes and apparel, and have them bring a water bottle and their own basketball (27.5" or 28.5").
Registration Deadline August 1, 2015
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** Menu subject to change
Thank you for your support!
May 30, 2015 | 9AM – 2PM
This 5 hour clinic will provide kids ages 7-17 years old a chance to learn more about the game, enhance their basketball and conditioning skills and have fun! Featuring many of the best coaches and trainers in the region, with special appearances by Kings legends and talent.
$85 - Early bird clinic ticket, until May 15 at 12:00AM
$95 – General clinic ticket
Registration fee includes lunch, a Kings t-shirt, headband and one (1) ticket to a 2015-16 basketball game.
Bring your own water bottle and basketball.
Check-in begins at 8:15AM
Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation
9040 High Tech Court, Elk Grove, CA 95758
Register Online: www.kings.com/KNclinic
The Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation (SASF) is committed to promoting and supporting sports programs for youth, and young adults that develop character, leadership, citizenship, and sportsmanship. With this in mind the summer league program was uniquely built on a concept we call "the circle of life." It is our desire to teach, show, and instill in our youth a passion for community and giving back. Our summer league is an opportunity for our youth to enjoy the "sport" of basketball, develop new friendships, minimize the emphasis on "winning" and max out the idea of "family and fun." It is our dream that kids who play in the rookie and lower divisions will find the confidence to cycle back in, become a coach, and at some point a future leader who will keep the program going thus fulfilling "the circle of life." The majority of our youth participate in different levels of competitive sports that involve a high level of commitment, work, and dedication to become the best and to win. Many are in programs that work-out and train year round. The SASF program was consciously built to provide a positive experience and environment for both competitive and non competitive players.
How are we unique? The coaches are teens and college students from our community. Teams are drafted by the coaches to ensure a mixture of players from different organizations and skill level. Parents who usually sit on opposing sides now sit together to cheer for their children. Siblings run around. Grandparents come out to watch. New friendships are made at every age level and old friendships are renewed. For us, success is measured by the laughter, the hugs and handshakes, the adulation in the eyes of a 2nd grader when their 9th grade coach gives a high-five, the excitement and nervousness of a first time coach, the confidence from our youth referees...we are building our youth for the future...the circle of life. Our program is unique, not better, but we truly believe it's good for our kids. We hope you agree and that you will enjoy being part of our family.