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Holiday Training Sessions

For players who will be in town for the holiday don’t forget to get some work in to improve your skills and conditioning.

Players who have been in the performance and recovery program with Dr. Grant have been making great strides and currently has only 4 slots in 3 sessions for the holiday period:

Dec 20 4:30-5:30, Dec 27 5:00-6:00, Jan 3 4:30-5:30

Players looking to get shots up have been getting an average of 325 shots per half hour on our shot machine!

Blue Chip Jr NBA Champions!

CONGRATS TO THIS SEASON’S CHAMPS!

WINTER NFLBL & Jr NBA REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

This Fall season we had 68 teams participating. Winter season will be the largest league of the year in North Florida consisting of 90-100+ teams participating. We will have 4-8th grade recreational and competitive teams in NFLBL (NFLBL.com) and we will have JV & Varsity High School Divisions in Jr NBA.

Our offers are going out this week to players registered for our competitive teams who will have weekly practice in the gym. We will have an update midweek for any available tryout slots, so if you have a skilled or athletically gifted player who wants to play at a very competitive level make sure to preorder a slot under a staff coach.

Click register here below for:

Blue Chip Ballers program – new and developing players under 10.

4-8th grade players who want a low-cost registration to play on a team in NFLBL Recreational or Competitive games because they are already on a team or want to be connected to a volunteer coach who has outdoor practices.

9-12 Grade players who want to play competitive Jr NBA games

Blue Chip Jr NBA Update

CONGRATS TO 10U & 12U Champions!

We had a very exciting playoff weekend for our younger divisions. Middle and High School Championship tournaments are this coming Saturday starting at 8am with all 3 remaining championship games at 6, 6:45 & 7:30

10U WINNER

12U WINNER

Check the Weekend schedule here:

WINTER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Register now for Winter (Jan-Feb) season activities. This is an especially important part of the season as soon as teams are formed they can immediately start practices as Winter season basketball activities for many players is usually team preparation for AAU Spring /Summer tournament season as well as our normally very active recreational/competitive Spring Jr NBA Season (Mar-May)

Shot Machine Training

Blue Chip Players now have access to convenient shot machine training

This machine is also used by NBA and D1 teams to help get their players’ shooting to the next level. Players can get up to 500 shots in during a 30-minute session and the system executes workouts focusing on all areas of shooting and ball handling.

At the end of a session, the player will have detailed session stats to track their progress. For longer conditioning sessions, the system can also include ball handling drills during the workout.

After school, players can ride their bikes to their Blue Chip Strength and Conditioning Program @ St Johns Strength & Performance across from Patriot Oaks and then finish the day getting their shots in.

Text any questions to us @ (904) 395-5527

Winter NFLBL & Jr NBA Registration NOW OPEN!

WINTER REGISTRATION OPEN!

Individual and Team Registrations are now open and we expect to have 80+ 4-8th grade teams in the NFLBL and 20+ teams in Blue Chip Jr NBA High School.

We have our traditional Blue Chip Registration option which teams competitive and recreational players up with a volunteer coach and weekly outdoor practices at the coach’s discretion.
As well as our very popular 10-year-old and under player development academy, BC Ballers

We also have new options for competitive tryout teams with weekly indoor practices and paid coach

Text any questions to us @ (904) 395-5527

Fall Blue Chip Season Photos and Videos

Here are some photos of our players from our current Jr NBA Fall Season!

Blue Chip Elite Intense Development Program

We currently have 50+ boys and girls developing in 8U-16U player pools and Coach Laettner is excited to see that so many players have been developing into great basketball players over this past year!

Here are a few fun clips of Coach Laettner getting no looks and dishes from some of the legends of the game.

Strength, Conditioning & Recovery Program

Blue Chip Basketball Association has established an exclusive relationship with St Johns Sports Performance & Recovery with the goal of providing an unparalleled (quality, value and convenience) strength, conditioning, recovery and injury prevention program accessible to ALL of our Blue Chip Players and community athletes.

Our relationship is not a financial arrangement. We understand the many benefits of improving the physical health of our community’s athletes. We are extremely fortunate to have access to these resources right in our community. We only ask that St John’s Sports Performance offers registered Blue Chip players a significant discount over non-members and that the services and associated costs at the advertised price are the same or significantly better than what might be found at much less convenient locations.

This is a Doctor & Certified Trainer supervised program. Limited slots are available for after-school sessions. The facility is located across from the entrance of Patriot Oaks Academy. Our Athletes’ 8th Grade and under sessions start at 3-3:15 and our high school sessions start at 4:30-4:45.

Athletes preparing for an upcoming season will most likely be focused heavily on conditioning focused sessions and others who are in season may be doing more injury prevention, recovery and therapy focused sessions.

The Process

Performance Evaluation & Injury Screen

Determines a player’s strengths, weaknesses, potential injury risks, and creates goals for the player to
aim. Periodic reevaluation to quantify performance improvements and monitor injury risk.

Program Execution

Based on the athlete’s current goals and sports activities they will begin participating in supervised activities at different levels of intensity based on their particular needs. These activities can include:

  • 1 on 1 and/or Small Group Training
    • Strength & power
    • Speed & agility
    • Conditioning & stamina
    • Flexibility & mobility
    • Pliometrics
    • Skills training
  • Injury Prevention
    • Nutritional, manual & soft tissue therapies
    • Exercise rehabilitation
    • Soft-Tissue Therapy
  • Recovery
    • Massage
    • Theragun
    • Chiropractic
    • Normatec Boots – Clinically proven to promote recovery and decrease muscle fatigue, inflammation, and soreness. This makes them a great tool when recovering from a big game or hard training session.

Blue Chip Basketball Association has established an exclusive relationship with St Johns Sports Performance & Recovery with the goal of providing an unparalleled (quality, value and convenience) strength, conditioning, recovery and injury prevention program accessible to ALL of our Blue Chip Players and community athletes.

Our relationship is not a financial arrangement. We understand the many benefits of improving the physical health of our community’s athletes. We are extremely fortunate to have access to these resources right in our community. We only ask that St John’s Sports Performance offers registered Blue Chip players a significant discount over non-members and that the services and associated costs at the advertised price are the same or significantly better than what might be found at much less convenient locations.

This is a Doctor & Certified Trainer supervised program. Limited slots are available for after-school sessions. The facility is located across from the entrance of Patriot Oaks Academy. Our Athletes’ 8th Grade and under sessions start at 3-3:15 and our high school sessions start at 4:30-4:45.

Athletes preparing for an upcoming season will most likely be focused heavily on conditioning focused sessions and others who are in season may be doing more injury prevention, recovery and therapy focused sessions.

The Process

Performance Evaluation & Injury Screen

Determines a player’s strengths, weaknesses, potential injury risks, and creates goals for the player to
aim. Periodic reevaluation to quantify performance improvements and monitor injury risk.

Program Execution

Based on the athlete’s current goals and sports activities they will begin participating in supervised activities at different levels of intensity based on their particular needs. These activities can include:

  • 1 on 1 and/or Small Group Training
    • Strength & power
    • Speed & agility
    • Conditioning & stamina
    • Flexibility & mobility
    • Pliometrics
    • Skills training
  • Injury Prevention
    • Nutritional, manual & soft tissue therapies
    • Exercise rehabilitation
    • Soft-Tissue Therapy
  • Recovery
    • Massage
    • Theragun
    • Chiropractic
    • Normatec Boots – Clinically proven to promote recovery and decrease muscle fatigue, inflammation, and soreness. This makes them a great tool when recovering from a big game or hard training session.

Blue Chip Spring 2021 Season Recap

Congrats to all Blue Chip coaches, players and parents on a great season and tournament. Players worked hard and battled all season and most seemed to improve every week and it culminated in a Season ending tournament battle with many close games and an unbelievable last 2 minutes with a dramatic buzzer beating ending to the NCAA D1 division Championship game that will be remembered by everyone involved for a lifetime. Make sure to at least check out the last 2 minutes here: 100% on the excitement meter

Check out all the Championship results, pics and videos in the recap below.

NCAA DIVISION II

Winner


NCAA DII

NCAA DII Semi-Final NCAA DII Championship
Tritons 
June 5, 2021
18-12
Patriot Oaks Academy
Tritons
June 5, 2021
49-29
Patriot Oaks Academy
Grizzlies
 
Argonauts
June 5, 2021
33-4
Patriot Oaks Academy
Argonauts
 
Saints

STANDINGS

PosTeamWLGBSTRKPFPADIFF
11000W10231410
2466L121174
3366.5L11323-9
4277.5L21520-6

UPCOMING

DateGameTime/Results

RESULTS

DateGameTime/Results
NCAA DII Championship
UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez) vs Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling)
UWF Argonauts (Hayes) vs Flagler Saints (Pinkney)
UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez) vs Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling)
UWF Argonauts (Hayes) vs Flagler Saints (Pinkney)
Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling) vs UWF Argonauts (Hayes)
Flagler Saints (Pinkney) vs UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez)
UWF Argonauts (Hayes) vs UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez)
Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling) vs Flagler Saints (Pinkney)
UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez) vs Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling)
Flagler Saints (Pinkney) vs UWF Argonauts (Hayes)
Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling) vs UWF Argonauts (Hayes)
UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez) vs Flagler Saints (Pinkney)
UWF Argonauts (Hayes) vs UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez)
Flagler Saints (Pinkney) vs Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling)
UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez) vs Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling)
UWF Argonauts (Hayes) vs Flagler Saints (Pinkney)
Flagler Saints (Pinkney) vs UCSD Tritons (Rodriguez)
Oakland Golden Grizzlies (Gatling) vs UWF Argonauts (Hayes)

Click Team For Schedule

NCAA DIVISION I

Winner


NCAA DIV I Tournament

STANDINGS

PosTeamWLPCTGBSTRKPFPADIFF
1820.8000L1342015
2820.8000W429236
3640.6002L128235
4460.4004L12431-7
5360.3334.5L22327-4
6D1 White000.00030000
7090.0007.5L91734-17