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Resources for Training At Home

The current pandemic impacting our nation has left us all struggling to figure out our new reality.  As families around the world are forced to work from home with their children by their side, we wanted to do what we could to give you and your basketball loving children activities they can do at home - in the house, the backyard or the driveway.

We hope to see everyone on the court soon. #REPTHEDISTRICT

wizards workout wednesdays presented by capital one

Workout Wednesdays are presented by Capital One.


Let's see what you've got! Post a video of yourself working out along with Coach Brooks and use #WizardsWorkoutWednesdays

Coach Brooks' Guests Have Included:

Blair O'Donovan - Strength and Conditioning

Mike Williams - Player Development

Ryan Richman - Head Coach, Capital City Go-Go

David Adkins - Director of Player Development

Ish Smith - Point Guard

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Jr. NBA At Home

As recommended by public health officials and infectious disease specialists, social distancing is a critical way to minimize the spread of coronavirus, however we also recognize that staying home for an extended period can be difficult.

As part of NBA Together, the NBA has launched “Jr. NBA at Home,” an interactive content series providing basketball skills and drills featuring NBA and WNBA players that can be completed individually and in limited space to help young players around the world stay active and develop their game in a safe and healthy way.  The initiative will include a series of daily posts on Jr. NBA social channels (FacebookTwitterInstagram) and NBA digital properties around the world that provide drills, activities and instruction to promote skill development, physical activity and character development.

HomeCourt uses just your iPhone or iPad to capture and analyze how you play—from your shots, to your dribbling, to your movements. Integrating NBA-backed instruction with engaging, guided workouts powered by AI, you’ll learn new skills in a way that feels less like training and more like a video game.