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Camp Dates
The Red Auerbach Basketball School will be conducted from Sunday July 18th to Friday July 23rd, 2010 Registration is between 11:00AM and 12:30PM and campers should report to the Gym by 1:00PM, ready to play. Parents and campers will be part of our 50th year opening day celebration, orientation and greetings. We expect to begin the school program by 2:00 unless our speakers are so good and so exiting that we go a little longer. In any case, be sure you are on time and you are also dressed to play!

Note to Parents: Parents are encouraged to attend our Sunday Introduction and Celebration. However, the school is closed to visitors during the week so there will be no distractions for our campers. We also welcome you on Friday for our championship rounds starting at 10:00, and then join us for our luncheon awards banquet.Back to Top of the Page

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Camp Store
We will have the camp store in operation featuring some great work-out gear, such as shorts, T-shirts, sweatshirts as well as some interesting 50th year items! There will be an opportunity to buy refreshments and cold drinks for the necessary evening snacks(we can't get along without a little junk food for energy!) Required mouth guards will also be available. We appreciate all campers leaving their money in our camp bank as it is safer and easier for you when buying snacks and gear.  Back to Top of the Page

Every player will have an oral review with his coach and will also receive a written evaluation in the mail some time in September. From these evaluation forms, players receive valuable insight as to their strengths and weaknesses. Click HERE to view a sample form. Back to Top of the Page

Gift Certificates
You can give your favorite player a week at the world famous Red Auerbach Basketball School! It's a great gift that they'll thank you for the other 51 weeks of the year! Click HERE to download a sample.Back to Top of the Page

Note to Parents

Please note that parents are encouraged to attend our opening introductions on Sunday, and on Friday, our championship games and awards banquet. However, the school is closed to visitors during the week so there will be no distractions for our campers. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation! Back to Top of the Page

How the Week Shapes UpGame Time!
On Sunday, after our opening meeting, we evaluate each player's skills to create balanced teams. By evening, we will have station drills, team meetings, a practice session and our first scrimmage.

During the Week, It's a Full Day!
Wake up!
Attendance & Announcements
Stretching and warm-up
Station drills both leagues
  10:00am-11:00am College games/Pro Practice
  11:00am-12:00pm Pro games/College Practice
Attendance and Announcements
College games/Pro Practice
Pro games/College Practice
  4:15pm-5:15pm College Games/Pros Taps contests   
  6:15pm-6:25pm Attendance & Announcements  
  6:30pm-7:30pm Pro games/College Taps contests  
  7:30pm-8:30pm College games/Pros Skills time  
  8:30pm-9:30pm Pro games/College Skills time  
  9:30pm-9:45pm Catch up and days review  
  10:00pm-10:45pm Dorm time- Pizza and shower time  
Lights Out!

*Team Time is for the four competitions: Foul shooting, 3 point shooting, Team shooting, Sharp shooting

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Red with some shooting tips!

We End With a Bang!
On Friday, after our Championship games, we enjoy our break -up luncheon.  We present our Team and Individual awards, recognize our scholar athletes and give special recognition to those who have done something special.  This year we will have the pleasure of receiving terrific box lunches and have our awards presentation and lunch in the gym immediately following the final championship. All players are expected to attend and parents are welcome as well. We would plan on ending our awards and our luncheon so that we can dismiss all campers by 2:00 to 2:15. Back to Top of the Page

HonorsCoach Don Grimes proves that good grades pay off!
Anyone bringing a FINAL report card showing Honor Roll status for the academic year will be recognized for their scholastic achievement during the awards Banquet! Back to Top of the Page

What to Bring
Students should bring basketball shoes(broken-in to avoid blisters!), enough of their normal playing attire for 6 days, some casual clothes for relaxing in the dorm and some spending money for snacks and treats. Many students choose to bring personal music devices. Back to Top of the Page

Licenses and Regulations
The Red Auerbach Basketball School complies with the regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (105-CMR43000) .Back to Top of the Page

Who's Who
In the 50 years of it's existence, The Red Auerbach Basketball School counts more than its share of super stars. Bill Russell, Larry Bird, John Havlicek, K.C. Jones, Satch Sanders, Adrian Dantley, Dana Barros, Cedric Maxwell, Mal Graham, Rick Weitzman, as well as Reggie Lewis and Lennie Bias played on the Auerbach Basketball Courts. Click HERE to find out what some of basketball's most revered players have said about Red and to see Red in action offering some great tips. And click HERE to check out what www.celtics.com had to say say in an article written a few years ago.  Back to Top of the Page

About the Facilities
Bryant University boasts some of the finest facilities in New England. This includes the recent opening of the state of the art Elizabeth and Malcolm Chace Wellness and Athletic Center, with 6 permanent indoor full courts and additional space for practice. Pleasant and comfortable air-conditioned dorm rooms, and a beautiful dining hall all make for an enjoyable week of basketball.
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Directions to Bryant University

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From Route 95: Take Route 295 to Route 7 north (Exit 8B). Bryant is one mile north on the left.

From 195 West: Follow into Providence, RI, and take 95N to146N. Follow 146N to Lincoln, RI, and take the exit for 116S. Follow 116S to the light at the intersection of Route 7. Make a right on Route 7 (heading north). Follow 1 mile to the entrance of the College on the left.

From the Massachusetts Pike (Route 90): Take Exit 10A to Route 146 south. Route 146 to Route 295 south. Route 295 South to Route 7 north (Exit 8B). Bryant is one mile north on the left

From Route 146: Take Route 295 south to Route 7 north (Exit 8B). Bryant is one mile north on the left

From Route 84: Take Route 6 east to Route 295 north. Route 295 north to Route 7 north (Exit 8B). Bryant is one mile north on the left.

From Cape Cod (Bourne Bridge): Take Route 25 west to Route 495 north to Route 95 south to Route 295 south to Route 7 north (Exit 8B). Bryant is one mile north on the left

By Airplane:The Providence airport is approximately 30 minutes from Bryant, and a taxi to campus costs approximately $30.

From the airport, follow signs to Route 295 North.

Route 295 north to Route 7 north (Exit 8B)

Bryant is one mile north on the left

By Train:There is a major Amtrak station located in Providence, Rhode Island. For more information on daily routes and schedules, please visit www.amtrak.com. From Providence to the Bryant campus you may take a taxi at an approximate cost of $30.

Bryant University is located at 1150 Douglas Pike Smithfield, RI 02917. You can get custom directions through MapQuest!
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