Want to join the Max's All Stars Youth Basketball Program? Please review the attached information packet (click on the first page to enlarge) to learn more about our team and the benefits of joining. If you decide that you want to be part of our youth basketball program, please complete the player application on page 11 and the waivers on pages 12-17. You can submit your completed application and waivers by scanning and emailing them to us. If you cannot scan and email them, just bring them to your first workout. To learn more about pricing and schedule, please contact us.
The Max's All Stars Youth Basketball Program is currently open to kids of all ages.
You will not be allowed to participate without fully completed paperwork!
You will not be allowed to participate until payment terms are finalized!
Please have your parents contact us so we can finalize all the details regarding pricing, schedule and more.
Since October 2015, we have laid the foundation for the Max's All Stars Youth Basketball Program. This includes:
• A dedicated coaching staff that features former collegiate/professional basketball players who are now imparting their wisdom on a younger generation ✔
• Video footage of almost every workout/game that serves as a valuable learning resource for our participants, provides exposure for them and helps us promote the team ✔
• Max’s All Stars is well connected within the NYC basketball community allowing us to secure gym rentals in convenient locations, invite special guest coaches and join premier leagues/tournaments ✔
To learn more, please contact us.
Our goals for the future are to continue growing our youth basketball program. We intend to resume hosting workouts and join leagues/tournaments. Our staff looks forward to building a strong youth basketball program that serves as a positive influence for our participants – on and off the court. We also intend to apply for USA Basketball certification, Jr. NBA status and/or become an official AAU team to further increase our presence and legitimize our youth basketball efforts. In addition, Max’s All Stars hopes to become a tax-exempt nonprofit organization under category 501(c)(3). This would provide a tax deduction for donors who make a charitable contribution.
UPDATE (Fall 2019): Two members of the Max's All Stars Youth Basketball Program are starting their collegiate careers this year - Justin Cardenas and Keone Billey. Justin and Keone were members of the Max's All Stars Youth Basketball Program in 2015 and 2016. They both attended our weekly workouts led by Corey Orgias, Jason Lewis, Patrick James and Troy Whittington. Justin played in 8 games for Max's All Stars and Keone played in 17. Justin played basketball for Thomas Edison Career & Technical High School from 2016 to 2019 and is now a freshman at the College of Staten Island. Keone is a freshman at Kingsborough Community College.