Dear Junior NBA League Families,

Welcome to our League! We would like to say a big Extreme Attack Athletics hello
and welcome to our program. Welcome back to all of our returning families and thank you for continuing to support our programs.
A special reminder that you are a spectator watching youths, learn and enjoy the sport of basketball. Remember that our coaches and referees are volunteers doing their best to make sure all our participants have the best experience possible. Please do not pressure or criticize the staff or youths. We do ask that you continue to encourage them throughout the season to do their best, cooperate, learn and most importantly have fun.
We welcome any spectators that wish to come out and volunteer their time to assist us in improving the program. We are so glad you are here to help make the experience a supportive one for your child. Please do not hesitate to let us know your concerns/feedback.
We look forward to your participation in our program this season.

Thank You,

For further information or comments please contact: League Director Darno Demby, ddemby@extremeattackathltics.com 
Phone: 847-6094678


Spring Schedule

All games will be played at Judson University, 1151 N. State St., Elgin
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3rd - 4thGraders


Rosters will be limited to 8-10 players.


Each team will consist of no more than 5 players and no less than 4 at the start of each game.
Our motto at the Extreme Attack Athletics; Everyone on each team will play and Everyone will play an equal amount of time on the court. Coaches use their discretion as to how to ensure the playing time.
* The intent is to provide all participants equal playing time regardless of skill level or experience. It is the role of the coach to help ensure that every child plays and has a positive experience.



Volunteer Coaches: All coaches are volunteering their time to make this a great experience. We try and select coaches who are knowledgeable in skills we are trying to teach. If you have are interested in being a coach or have a concern about a coach please notify the immediately Program Director (Leeann Gonzalez) leeann@extremeattackathletics.com.

Referees: The referees are in charge of the game and their decisions are FINAL; right or wrong.
Please cooperate with the staff in creating and maintaining an environment in which each participant may have fun, learn the game and be a good sport. The referees may occasionally stop play for instructional purposes when necessary for violations. We encourage parents to focus on the children and not the referees.
Coaches agree to support and influence good sportsmanship, high moral standards and area responsible for the conduct of their players and spectators. This includes, but is not limited to, Unsportsmanlike disagreements with officials or insubordinate acts against supervisory staff.

Spectators Code of Conduct: As a spectator, we hope to provide a fun and rewarding experience for you and your child. In order to achieve our goal we ask that you adhere to the following criteria:
Applaud good plays by your own team AND the opposing team.
Never ridicule or scold a child for making a mistake during a game or practice.
Encourage players to always play according to the rules.
HAVE FUN! Make it enjoyable for you and your child.
As a parent you are not allowed to approach the coach and team’bench during a game. If you have a comment for the coach please wait until after the games are over to speak with the coach. If the coach feels you are being unnecessary then they may direct you and your complaint to the League Director Darno Demby or Programs Director Leeann Gonzalez.


Time is running
There are no overtime periods. All ties are final.
All divisions play 4 quarters.
(4) 8 minute quarters

Substitutions at 4 minutes

2nd-3rd graders: (4) 8 minute quarters

4th-6th graders: (4) 8 minute quarters
Time is running EXCEPT the last 2 minutes of the 4th quarter. If the losing team is down by more 10 points the clock will continue to run throughout the entire 4th quarter.
One minute between quarters.
3 minutes between halves (if time permits). Each team will have 2 timeouts per half.
Timeouts may be called by the coach of the offensive team while the ball is in play.
Anyone may call a timeout during a dead ball situation.



A jump ball will start the game. To start the 2nd-4th quarters the ball will be put into play with a throw in under the alternating possession procedure.
All other jump balls will be alternating possessions.
Teams will change baskets at the end of the first half.


Scoreboard will stop scoring when one team is up by 10 or more points and will continue as necessary.


Teams must play a man to man defense. However, it can only be played once the offensive team has passed 3point arc. The defensive team must retreat back across the mid-court before engaging in either tactic. On out of bound plays, the defender must stay on the court at all times.
Team may only press when there down 10 points.




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For further information or comments please contact: League Director Darno Demby, ddemby@extremeattackathltics.com 
Phone: 847-6094678