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ALL IN School Year Programs

ALL IN: School Year Basketball Training

ALL IN offers the best basketball training in Chicagoland. We develop the skills you need to play more, score more and win more.

Our goal is to help young athletes achieve their full basketball potential by instructing and motivating them in a constructive and positive way. We believe that basketball should be fun. When the kids are having fun and working hard, their growth is amazing.

  • Personalized Instruction: We get to know each athlete and what they need to reach the next level.
  • Fundamental Development: Our training is practical. Every drill we run develops skills that can be used on game day.
  • Empowered Athletes: Our athletes build self-confidence by working hard and then seeing the results of their work on the court.

Fall 2019 Training Schedule

Day Level Ages Dates Time Location
Mondays Fundamental 2nd-6th Grade 9/9-10/28 6:00-7:30pm MacArthur Middle School (Prospect Heights)
Mondays Advanced 7th-12th Grade 9/9-10/28 6:00-7:30pm MacArthur Middle School (Prospect Heights)
Tuesdays Fundamental 2nd-6th Grade 9/10-10/29 4:00-6:00pm Joy of the Game (Deerfield)
Tuesdays Advanced 7th-12th Grade 9/10-10/29 4:00-6:00pm Joy of the Game (Deerfield)
Wednesdays Fundamental 2nd-6th Grade 9/11-10/30 4:00-6:00pm Joy of the Game (Deerfield)
Wednesdays Advanced 7th-12th Grade 9/11-10/30 4:00-6:00pm Joy of the Game (Deerfield)
Thursdays Fundamental 2nd-6th Grade 9/12-10/24 4:00-6:00pm Joy of the Game (Deerfield)
Thursdays Advanced 7th-12th Grade 9/12-10/24 4:00-6:00pm Joy of the Game (Deerfield)

Training Locations

  • Joy of the Game Sports Center (158 S. Waukegan Road, Deerfield, IL 60015)
    • Beginning 10/14, training sessions will move to the Berto Center (550 Lake Cook Rd, Deerfield, IL 60015).
  • MacArthur Middle School (700 N Schoenbeck Road, Prospect Heights, IL 60070).

Ages: Training is open to 2nd Grade-6th Grade & 7th-12th Grade Boys & Girls.

Drop-Off: Players will sign-in with one of the trainers upon drop-off. Players are allowed to drop-into the session, as drop-off usually takes place for the first 30 minutes of the session (i.e players can be dropped off between 4pm-4:30pm for a 4-6pm session).

Individualized Training: ALL IN trainers will break players up at each training session by age, gender, skill level, and position to appropriately challenge and develop each player.

Please have your child bring a basketball to each session, as players will participate in individual skill development drills during the training.

Training FeeS

Flex Fee: 

  • $35/day @ Joy of the Game (2 hour sessions)
  • $30/day @ MacArthur Middle School (1.5 hour sessions)

Players can purchase training sessions by the "day" and can drop-in to sessions.

Packages: $300 for 10 days
All players that purchase a 10-day package will receive a detailed player evaluation.

Attendance will be taken at each session and a "day" will be deducted each time a training session is attended.

Fall packages must be used by October 30, 2019.

All travel team players will receive a 10% discount on training. Players will receive the discount code to register after they are placed on a team.

ALL IN TRAINING DIRECTORS

Bryson "Bubby" Lewis

Bubby is from Louisiana where he was a 2-time high school basketball champion. He graduated from Trinity International with a Bachelors Degree. Bubby has trained hundreds of boys and girls through over the past 10 years. Bubby’s motivational personality and dedicated approach to the game allows him to get the most out of the players he works with.

Tyler Pearson

Tyler attended Downers Grove South & graduated from Kent State University. He currently works for the Windy City Bulls. Over the past few years, Tyler has trained and coached hundreds of players in the Chicagoland area. Tyler’s attention to detail and professional approach to the game separates him from other trainers in the area.

KAHLEAF RUSSELL

Kahleaf played collegiate basketball for the University of Miami before transferring to Florida Atlantic University. He trains over 100 players every year, which includes working with dozens of players that have gone on to play D1. Kahleaf’s ability to connect to players on a personal level and demand a high level of performance has allowed him to become one of the top basketball instructors in the Chicagoland area.