Basketball training company seeks youth players for elite sponsored team

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ST. GEORGE — Do you have an 11- or 12-year-old son who loves basketball? Is he serious about making it big in the game? Are you committed to his success?

If so, Smart Ballers wants him on their sponsored Amateur Athletic Union team! Online applications are now being accepted.

Only 12 applicants will be selected for tryouts, and eight players will be selected for the team.

Smart Ballers is an elite basketball training company in St. George. For the first time, they are forming a competitive AAU team. The team will travel to and play in as many tournaments as possible.

For eight lucky young players, this is an opportunity of a lifetime. Players will:

  • Be sponsored by Smart Ballers, including uniforms and coaching, and all tournament registration fees. Players receive Smart Ballers training typically reserved for private coaching clients who pay high fees.
  • Get NBA-level coaching: The team will be coached by Steve Palmer, basketball IQ specialist and Smart Ballers co-founder, and Smart Ballers certified coach Dave Hunter.
  • Shine in an unbeatable system: The proprietary Specialty Basketball system is how the founder of Smart Ballers, ex-NBA player Shawn Opunui, earned millions as a professional basketball player – at just 5 feet, 11 inches tall. In this system, every player is a star because every player plays to his strengths.
  • Become an elite, recruitable player within months: The Specialty Basketball system reveals exactly what players need to focus on to dominate the game with as little effort as possible.
  • Get elite recruiting exposure and opportunities: At Smart Ballers, the ultimate goal is to develop players who get recruited and paid to play. This is why they focus on AAU tournaments and not high school basketball – because AAU is where the serious recruiting opportunities are.

For more details and to apply, visit the website or reach out to Palmer with questions at 435-632-1982.

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