The Toronto Triple Threat Basketball Club (TTTBC) Squirts Basketball Program introduces young players, aged 5-7 to the sport of basketball in an environment that fosters fun and fair play. The program is devoted to teaching and enhancing skills for younger players. The tenets of the triple threat -- PASS, DRIBBLE and SHOOT -- are combined with an introduction to skills and game play.
Based on the principles of fair play, teamwork, and individual growth through sport, TTTBC takes a whole person approach to developing young players, not only by teaching basketball skills, but also by providing an environment in which respect, cooperation, participation, and self-awareness are promoted. TTTBC has earned a reputation for providing energetic, fun, high-quality and wholesome experiences for children and teens.
The cost for the program is $150 per player and runs for 8 weeks beginning January 13th (excluding Family Day weekend).
There are three ways to register for our Squirts skill development program:
- Online (below)
- In person: Saturday, January 13th, 930-10a at Humberside
- By mail: Download the Registration Form and send it with your payment to:
Toronto Triple Threat Basketball Club
PO Box 84532
2336 Bloor St. West
Toronto, ON, M6S4Z7
We highly recommend online registration to avoid disappointment.
January 13 - March 3, 2018
The fee for the program is $150 per player. Each player receives a free Toronto Triple Threat reversible jersey. This jersey must be worn to every session.
Squirts (b. 2010, 2011, 2012) Saturdays 10-12 am
There will be no skills on the Family Day weekend.
We believe all children have the right to play. We do not believe that socio-economic circumstances should be a barrier to participation in Toronto Triple Threat. We are also not in a position to know anyone’s particular socio-economic circumstances nor do we want the responsibility of assessing them to determine whether some participants can afford to pay while others cannot.
As part of Canadian Tire's Jump Start program, players with Toronto Triple Threat who may be in need of subsidy can submit a Jump Start application directly to the Canadian Tire foundation to receive financial assistance.