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Anatole "Coach Tony" L
Brookville Park
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Masai Basketball Presents: The 2018 FCP Basketball Tournament & The 2018 Summer Basketball Camp

Masai Basketball has conducted its' Summer Basketball Camp since 2013 and it's FCP Basketball Tournament starting with our Masai Basketball Summer Camp End Challenge Game 09-07-14 which featured camp participants, 14 and 15 year old members, competing against college player from DI, DII, & DIII Colleges. We have continued to offer this service in the following years including 2017 offering our first all high school Summer Basketball Tournament.

Our goal for 2018 is to continue offering the same service for the following communities: Rosedale, Springfield Gardens, Laurelton, and Cambria Heights. We offer our skills & Development Camp from ages 7 years old to College. With our membership continuing to grow, starting with five members in 2013 to over 75 members, many of which have gone off to College, we want to offer the best in league competion and the best in the development of mind, body, and spirit.

With your contributions we will be able to continue to develop the mind, body, and spirit of the youth in four communities and offer future academic opportunities to ensure the continued growth of our youth.

the steps

1. Secure park permit for Brookville Park Basketball Court #1 to run tournament and basketball camp.

2. Secure Shirts and Shorts participating tournament teams.

3. Secure Camp tee shirts for camp members.

4. Secure IAABO Referee to officiate tournament games.

5. Secure proper training equipment for Summer Basketball Camp (basketballs, timers, cones, jump ropes, basketball nets, Tie Straps to secure basketball nets).

6. Secure Trophies for tournament champions.

why we're doing it

Masai Basketball


Article 1 – Name

The name of this organization shall be Masai Basketball.

Article 2 - Purpose

Section 1: The first aim of  Masai Basketball, is to develop our Physical, Intellectual, and Spiritual attributes. We will develop our physical through hard work, we will develop the intellectual with our studies, and we will develop the spiritual with silence.

Section 2: The second aim of Masai Basketball is to unit Spirit, Mind, and Body as one unit, one being, one entity, and one life form on the Basketball court and in life.

Section 3: The third aim of Masai Basketball is to teach  the Art of Basketball and the not the game of Basketball. through the Art of Basketball the individual player will learn “the strength of the pack is in the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is in the pack”. The Participants in the Art of Basketball will develop the physical with The concept of Strength, Power, and Endurance. They will develop The mind with the exposure to Acupuncture, Anatomy, and Herbal Medicine. They will develop the spirit through the Dance of Basketball, Tai Qi, Ya’ra, and Silence.

Section 4: The Fourth aim of Masai Basketball is to develop an internship program in four areas of professionalism. The four areas of professionalism will be Law, Electrical Engineering and Power generation, Music and Mathematics, and Real Estate and Investments.Each one of these areas will be taught, by professionals in their field 

of expertise, so that the youth participating as ball players will have an opportunity to learn a skill other than basketball and an opportunity tohave a summer job in these fields that is offered so that they get a chance to apply the skills that they have learned. Masai Basketball is not just another sport organization but an adventure into life to be all 

that you can be.

Section 5: The fifth aim of Masai Basketball is to show young men and women how to advance themselves through basketball, Education and knowledge.

Section 6: To assist in the planning and development of young individuals as players and teammates. To further assist in the formation of teams using these same developed young individuals.

Section 7: To unite the youth of four communities, Rosedale, Laurelton, Cambria Heights, and Springfield Gardens, into one organization for the sole purpose of learning and growing in the Art of Basketball and in life.



The budget breakdown was as follows:

·         Tournament Shirts & Shorts for 8 Teams: $726.56

·         Equipment-Basketballs & Nets: $199.93

·         Tournament Trophies: $346.75

*         Skills & Development Basketball Camp Tee Shirts: $200.00

SUBTOTAL = 1,500
ioby Platform Fee  $35
ioby Fiscal Sponsorship Fee (5%) $75
ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%) $45



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