Since 1988, generations of families with children and grandchildren grades K through 8th all over the Palos Verdes community come together through the Palos Verdes Basketball Association to play, learn, enjoy and experience recreational youth basketball using the best basketball experience here on the Hill. Always played on real indoor climate-controlled basketball court, children come out and connect with their school buddies, friends, siblings and new team mates.

PVBA is a large community made up of families who continue season after season, year after year to come together to share the game of youth basketball through the Palos Verdes Basketball Association.  

Generations of PVBA Alumni can be found today at a PVBA practice and games, coaching, scorekeeping and / or cheering in the stands. Every year multiple past PVBA players come back to the PVBA come back to coach, score keep, train, workout and cheer on the current teams.

Legacy Matters:  The PVBA recognizes the value of our players who come back to coach and/or participate. These returning participates have a unique and personal insight, knowledge, direct experience and bond to pass along to new incoming generations of youth players. PVBA offers returning past players, returning parents and grandparents priority for open positions as a Coach and Student Coach whenever possible.

Everyone Plays:  The PVBA is a recreational league that plays a Winter and Summer season.  The club basketball division is competitive and plays year-round.

The PVBA is an all-inclusive, everyone plays program, regardless of skill level. Practices and scrimmages provide each and every player with a high level of direct ball handling, ball “touches” and skills training. Games are played 5 on 5 to give each player a real team feel but give these young players a chance to catch their breath with enough players for tired legs to take a break as need be.

Each player receives their official PVBA team jersey, a full basketball court indoor play, professional digital scoreboard display, independent scorekeeper at each game and a minimum of 2 CIF Referee’s to give each child a professional basketball game experience.  For family, friends and fans each practice and game always take place inside a climate controlled environment complete with stands and / or seating provided, water fountains, restroom facilities and easy access parking.

Each basketball game is played on a professionally cleaned and maintained full size basketball court with pristine flat level surface, eight-foot basket’s, digital lit scoreboard, independent objective scorekeepers, experienced and certified returning CIF Referee’s and all equipment provided by the PVBA.

Set within the High School environment, players get to play on the very same basketball court they will get to play on should they move on to play High School Basketball.

At the beginning of Winter season, the PVBA provides FREE Coaches Clinic, Student Coach Mentor Skills and Leadership Clinic.

Winter 2018 the PVBA announced the inaugural season for the Youth Challenger League division of the PVBA.  The Youth Challenger Basketball division is for children players with special needs to come out and experience youth basketball together with their families.

In addition, the PVBA offers Clinics and Camps to provide a well-rounded basketball experience to all levels of players, including those new to the game, skills camp, school vacation basketball camps and more.

** PVBA returning players and families are recognized and given priority during registration. 

Each year space fills up quickly. Register as soon as possible. Once team spaces filled, registration is closed. PVBA draws from the waitlist to fill any remaining spaces with priority given to returning players and families.


Winter League

 

 

Winter League Summary

Winter League is only open to children in Grades K-8 (Boys) or Grades 3-8 (Girls) who live in or around in Palos Verdes.

Registration takes place through this website (see link on Home page), and is typically open during the month of September.
Specific dates are announced on this site and via email to previous PVBA participants prior to
Registration opening.


Boys:
Girls:
  • Tryouts in mid-October
  • Limited Makeup Tryouts are held
  • All Players MUST attend a tryout
  • Teams are formed via draft in late October
  • Practice frequency, times and locations are
    at the discretion of each coach
  • League play begins first week of December
  • No games Christmas or New Year's weekends
  • 8-week regular season schedule plus playoffs
  • All gameson Friday, Saturday or Sunday
  • All games at Miraleste Intermediate School,
    Peninsula High Schoolor Palos Verdes High School

 

  • Tryouts in mid-October
  • Limited Makeup Tryouts are held
  • All Players MUST attend a tryout
  • Teams are assigned inearly November
  • Practice frequency, times and locations are
    at the discretion of each coach
  • League play begins first week of December
  • No games Christmas or New Year's weekends
  • All games on Saturdays or Sunday
  • All games at Miraleste Intermediate School,
    Peninsula High Schoolor Palos Verdes High School

 


Summer League

 

 

Summer League Summary

Summer League is only open to children who will be in Grades 1-8 (Boys) or Grades 3-8 (Girls) in the upcoming Fall school year andwho live in Palos Verdes.

Registration takes place through this website, and is open through the month of June.
Specific dates are announced on this site and via email to previous PVBA participants at least1 week prior to
Registration opening.


Boys:
Girls:
  • No Tryoutsrequired
  • Teams are assigned in late June
  • Very limited practice schedule
  • No standings are kept
  • League play is usually held in July
  • 2 games each week.
  • All games at Miraleste Intermediate School(subject
    to change)

 

 


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