Offseason Basketball Training Camps

Below are excellent basketball training opportunities for the offseason.

Officials Whit Summer Training Camp

This camp is for anyone interested in officiating high school or college basketball. The camp will consist of top AAU teams from across the United States. There will be classroom sessions and guest speakers including coaches from the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) and Division I officials Jim Schipper and Lamont Simpson.

The camp will be held on Saturday April 20th and Sunday April 21st in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The camp will start each day at 8AM and run until 5:00PM. Please use the link below to complete the registration form. Completed registrations are due by April 13th. Full payment (mailed) at the time of completing the registration form is preferred; however, due to the late notification, a (mailed) deposit of $100 due by April 13 with the remaining to be paid onsite will be acceptable.

For those planning to spend the night in Grand Rapids, hotel information is forthcoming.

For more information, please send inquiries to

Wallace Whitfield (248) 981-7887 or

 Motor City Area Basketball Officials Camp

The camp will take place on the campus of Wayne State University at their state-of-the-art facility in conjunction with the WSU Boys Basketball Team Camp on Saturday, June 8th and Sunday, June 9th, 2024.

The Motor City Area Basketball Officials Camp is directed by long time NCAA Official, and Wayne State University Basketball Hall of Famer, Delonda Little. Delonda has an extensive, decorated career in basketball as a player, a referee and as an assigner. She will be assisted by Associate Director, Malcolm Pennington. He brings a wealth of experience from all facets of officiating. Additionally, the camps staff of clinicians will be comprised of NCAA referees, with each having vast experience at the collegiate and high school levels.

Stay tuned for the upcoming launch of the MCABOC online registration. For more information, please send inquiries to Delonda Little at or by calling or texting (313) 220-0012. You may also contact Malcolm Pennington at, or (313) 407-6599.

Thank you more than ever this year for your patience, dedication

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