Interested In Becoming a Sponsor?

Your sponsorship will help to keep the league effective and affordable and support Little Dribblers Basketball.

This league is perfect for the first time player looking to get started in sports or the experienced player looking to refine their skills. Players will learn dribbling, passing, shooting and game play through one practice each in the evenings and games on Saturdays. Volunteer coached needed!

Questions? Contact or 815-464-1265 x218.

Next League Starting January 2020! Registration is OPEN!

2020 Game Schedule

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Next Season is starting January 2020

Learn the fundamentals of basketball such as dribbling, shooting, passing and teamwork! Volunteer coaches needed!

Open to K-3rd. Co-Ed League.

Register early and save! Pricing:

  • $80 ends Nov 22nd
  • $90 ends Dec 20th
  • $100 after Dec 20th


  • Practice Begins the week of January 13th
    (Practices are M, T, W or Th from 6pm-7pm or 7pm-8pm depending on your team)
  • Games run from Saturday. Jan 25th – Saturday, March 14th
  • Location: Ivy League Rec Center, 8500 W. 191st St., Mokena, IL
  • Groups and individual players welcome! Get your friends to play with you!
  • If you have a specific team or practice request, please put that on your registration form and we will do our best to accommodate you; however, requests are not guaranteed.
  • Games are one hour on Saturday’s between 9am-3pm (game schedule TBD)
  • All players receive a team shirt and trophy
  • Sportsmanship from players and parents is MANDATORY


  • K-1st (27” junior size basketballs and 8’ goal height)
  • 2nd-3rd Grade (27” intermediate size basketballs and 8.5’ rims)


Basketball is the perfect sport to teach a child the importance of teamwork. Each of the players must rely on their team to accomplish their goal. Friendship and trust is also built on the court.


As with many sports, basketball helps children gain confidence as they learn and master new skills. Because practice is fun and improvement can be seen almost immediately, youth find that hard work pays with results.

Fitness made Fun

Little Dribblers enjoy the benefits of a great workout that uses all their muscle groups. Dribbling, shooting and passing are great ways to improve a child’s coordination, fine motor skills, speed and agility.

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