1. How many days is the NBPA x Five-Star Camp and what time should we be there?

Our camp is a 4-day session from Monday, July 15, to Thursday, July 18, 9am-4pm daily.

2. How much does the camp cost?

The NBPA x Five-Star Camp is priced at $550 per camper.

3. Will lunch be provided?

Yes, lunch will be provided for campers.

4. Will uniforms be provided?

Uniforms will be provided–including basketball shorts and tops.

5. Will there be giveaways?

Giveaways will be provided as well as trophies for championship teams and individual awards.

6. Will there be any current NBA players at summer camp?

There will be current NBA players and NBA personalities.*

*Please note all NBA players and NBA personalities are based on availability.

7. Will transportation be provided?

Transportation will not be provided.

8. My son/daughter will be 9 years old in August; can I still register for camp now?

Yes, you can. Please contact us at (212)-655-0959 or e-mail us at camp@nbpa.com and we will help you register.

9. What is the maximum number of players in the camp session and what is the coach-child ratio?

The camp session has a 150 camper limit. The coach-to-camper ratio is usually one coach to 7-10 kids and usually depends on how many camp participants attend.

10. Who are the staff at NBPA x Five-Star Camp?

Coach Tobin Anderson, Head Coach of St. Thomas Aquinas College in Nyack, New York will serve as the 2019 NBPA x Five-Star Camp Director, leading a staff of skilled veteran college and high school coaches along with former professional and college players.

Coach Anderson is in his 5th year as the head coach of the Spartans. Anderson holds an impressive 91-36 record (.716) in his four seasons at STAC. Anderson guided the Spartans to their best season finishing with a record of 28-6 in 2016-17 and advancing to the NCAA Elite Eight for the first time in the program’s history.

Assisting Anderson will be Coach Craig Alfano, President and Co-Founder of BC Hoops, who has been directing basketball camps and clinics for the past 17 years and currently coaches high school basketball in New Jersey, where he has earned county and league ‘Coach of the Year’ honors multiple times.