Latest Rockets News
Orders close November 7th, with orders available for pickup from 13th November.more
Junior Trials for the under 10, 12 and 14 age groups in both Girls and Boys will be conducted for the 2015 / 2016 season.
All current players are required to attend. Any new players wishing to try out are invited and welcome to come along. Please click here to download the flyer and full details.more
Aric has agreed to run a couple of clinics for our kids in the holidays. For dates and time click more.more
U23.1 Women’s Grand Final - Summer 2014/15 - The next day the U23 girls then took their turn to play in the Division 1 Youth League Grand Final against Forestville.more
Please click on more to access and download the application form.more
Activities include meeting our Premier League players for 2015 season, GAMES 2 U will be onsite, scrimmages juniors with Premier League Players, bbq and more.more
Special mention to Brett Aistrope, Kane Della-Pia and Taryn Moore who stayed all day, and members of our seniors team who helped out.
Brendan Teys from the Adelaide 36ers finished the day off with some drills that delighted both the players and the parents watching.more
NABC is thrilled to announce the signing of US guard Aric Miller for the 2015 ABA season.
Aric is a 6’4” guard who can play both the Point Guard and Shooting Guard position and is an exceptional shooter. He was named an All American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches for his outstanding play at Armstrong Atlantic State University.more
ABL WOMEN’S HEAD COACHmore
Having beaten the big C, Josh is now keen to visit his old college, and spend some relaxation time in the US with his family
NABC is hosting a fundraiser and invite everyone to Hillcrest on Sunday February 2nd between 3 and 6 pm for a $5 beer, and a $5 burger. Gold coin entry at the door.more
Coming Up - Car parking at the Adelaide LIGHTNING game Sat 5th October (Adelaide Arena)
Coming Up - BBQ at Bunnings Windsor Gardens Mon 7th Octobermore
The Free Throw Foundation is delighted to announce today a wonderful opportunity for the
basketball coaching fraternity here in South Australia to attend a “Coaches” coaching clinic conducted
by 3 x NBA Chicago Bulls Championship Centre Luc Longley!more
- Love to dance/cheerlead?
- Love the North Adelaide Rockets?
- Want to make some new friends?
Then we want you to come along and help us make a cheer squad to cheer half time in ABA games, sit with the squad and cheer on our boys and girls through the game!more
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The North Adelaide Rockets are lucky to have a very loyal and supportive group of sponsors, including some who have been backing the club for many years. The Rockets would like to thank them for their contributions which help the club in so many ways, but most importanatly allow for yearly subscription fees to be kept to a minimum. To read more about this loyal group click on more on this message. The rockets would also ask that where possible club members and their families and friends support our sponsors as well.more
Some new details are available for the Aussie Hoops program at Hillcrest in 2012. The program is an excellent introduction and development scheme for young players, including those who are new to the game. Details are available by clicking on more below or on the Junior Development tab on the website, then on Aussie Hoops. More details are also available from Junior Development Manager Jaimi Rock on 0433- 574-411.more
Over the last few years there has been a considerable growth in open forums, such as Facebook, Twitter and Hoops and the club felt it was appropriate to address their use in as far as it affects parents, players, coaches, officials and the club in general.
While these forums are a very accepted part of every day life, it is the club’s belief that they are not an appropriate way of airing an individual’s views on basketball related matters. There have been a number of instances where these sites have been used for criticism of players, coaches and officials and even cases of bullying and this is unacceptable as far as the club is concerned.
Please be responsible in your use of these mediums and be aware that if inappropriate material is brought to the club’s attention it will result in disciplinary action against the person or persons involved.
While often only a passing comment these items can cause considerable concern for other parties involved.
The Business Directory includes the valued companies and businesses who generously support the North Adelaide Basketball Club. We ask that when you need the services or products outlined in the directory that you give strong consideration to supporting those people who support the Rockets. A copy of the directory has been provided to every North family by team managers. A copy is now also available on the net and can be downloaded by clicking on more on this message. Feel free to pass it around to friends and relatives.more
The Junior Operations Group (JOG) have updated the Junior Club Booklet which contains a wealth of information related to playing basketball at the North Adelaide Rockets, including club values and objectives, team selections and player movements. A copy of the booklet is now available on the website. Just click on more. A copy can also be found under the "So You Want to Play Basketball" tab.more
The recent coaching clinic run by North Adelaide's coaching mentor Dean Kinsman has been immortalised on DVD and is now available for all Rockets coaches. If you were at the clinic you already know how valuable the session was and if you missed it this is a chance to learn some great new skills or reinforce what you already know and do. To get a copy of the DVD coaches can contact David Durant at firstname.lastname@example.org.