Toronto Triple Threat Basketball Club (TTTBC) was developed by people who love to play and coach basketball. Our programs have been designed to deliver accessible, developmentally appropriate sport and life-skills experiences through basketball.
Toronto Triple Threat Basketball club is a proud member of Ontario Basketball.
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It may sound cliche, but there is a lot of truth in the expression, "You are what you eat." High performing athletes need to make sure they get a balanced diet. Throughout basketball season players are reminded that one of the most important things they can do to prepare to play well is ensure they eat well. Want ideas for healthy food choices? We've done the legwork for you and put together a document on the best foods for growing athletes to help guide better food choices.
This dynamic and fun 8-week program runs September - November and is devoted to teaching and enhancing skills for beginner to advanced players, while building the foundation for the tenets of the triple threat -- PASS, DRIBBLE and SHOOT. Combining defensive skills and game play, children become not only better players, but better teammates and overall athletes in the process. Lead by a team of dedicated coaches, parent volunteers and educators in a safe and engaging environment, participation in this program is a prerequisite for TTT Rep team tryouts for players in Novice, Atom and Major Atom divisions.
Back by popular demand, Toronto Triple Threat's ever popular summer skills basketball camp returns this August 13-17. Learn the three tenets of the Triple Threat program: pass, dribble, shoot, while having fun and meeting other basketball enthusiasts. Open to beginners as well as returning players ages 5-12, this week-long day camp will take place at Western Technical Commercial School.
The safety of all players is paramount to our basketball club. If your child sustains a head injury of any kind during a game, OBA may require that they produce a doctor's note confirming they have cleared all concussion protocol before they can be cleared for play. Find out why it is essential for all players, coaches and families to follow these guidelines.