Welcome to the Hudson Basketball Association (HBA) website.
This is the home for basketball information in Hudson, Wisconsin. HBA is a non-profit, volunteer organization that is focused on providing basketball opportunities for boys and girls of all skill levels. Our programs range from PreK through 8th grade. This year we have 543 boys and girls in our traveling and in-house basketball programs!
Hudson Travel Basketball Practice Schedule
Below is the schedule for Feb 2017 Travel (boys and girls) as well as the 5th and 6th grade Boys Indianhead league.
The March practice schedule for those teams still practicing for State, etc is now posted. There are not practices the week of spring break so the soonest practice date will be March 13th.
Hudson Basketball Association
The Hudson Basketball Association is sponsoring an upcoming development clinic featuring NBA trainer Lucky Legend Basketball. Lucky Legend has trained NBA stars Mo Williams, Draymond Green, Blake Griffen and Julius Randle among others. But they also have a long history of working with kids and youth programs around the country. The Lucky Development Program offers skill development designed to help boys and girls of all skill levels improve fundamentals necessary to become better basketball players.
The skills session schedules are as follows:
Tues, April 4th at Hudson Middle School: 6:00pm–7:30pm 4th/5th Grade Boys
7:30pm–9:00pm 6th-8th Grade Boys
Thurs, April 6th at Hudson Middle School: 6:00pm-7:30pm 45h/5th Grade Girls
7:30pm–9:00pm 6th-8th Grade Girls
THIS CLINIC IS FREE and intended for kids in the travel/Indianhead program, and players should bring along gym shoes, a basketball and water bottle. No pre-registration is needed, so players just need to show up for their time slot and be ready to work. We are excited about this opportunity to give players a jump start on their off-season basketball development. Hope to see you there!
The Hudson Basketball Association is proud to promote the following opportunities for additional basketball instruction and camps