Announcing The Ultimate Fantasy Basketball Weekend for Kids September 8-10 at Fairleigh Dickinson University

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Boys and Girls, ages 8 to 18, will have the opportunity to learn from the pros at JD's Ultimate Fantasy Basketball Weekend coming up September 8th through 10th at the Rothman Center on the Fairleigh Dickinson University campus in Teaneck, New Jersey.

Registration is open for JD's Ultimate Fantasy Basketball Weekend ( happening September 8-10 at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Rothman Center in Teaneck, New Jersey. Several pro basketball players will be on hand to teach boys and girls ages 8 to 18 how to play like a pro, including Ben Gordon, Smush Parker, Channing Frye, Andre Iguodala, Charlie Villaneuva, Becky Hammon and Swin Cash.

“It's the event of a lifetime for any basketball player or fan to learn from the pros,” says Jonathan Marks, founder of JD's Ultimate Fantasy Basketball Weekend. “Plus, the weekend will also benefit kids from the families of 9/11 and remember those lost in the tragic events. Scholarships toward future college tuition will be given on behalf of the Police and Firefighters to basketball players who lost loved ones.”

Kids can sign up for all or part of the weekend. Events will include:

  • Special hands on instruction
  • Lectures and Q&A with pro basketball players
  • Pictures and autograph sessions
  • Games & activities (bball video game tournament against pro players)
  • Film sessions
  • Slam dunk demonstration
  • Shooting demonstration by the world’s best shooter
  • Raffles, prizes & giveaways

Parents can attend with children while watching all the activities and take pictures with their sons or daughters with the basketball stars.

Registration and event details are available at

About JD's Ultimate Basketball and founder Jonathan Marks:

JD'S Ultimate Basketball is a complete hoops experience. The organization specializes in camps, events, gifts, and entertainment. Mini-camps focus on skills to take serious players to the next level. Fantasy basketball camps allow players of all ages and skill levels to learn, play, have fun with NBA players; an experience they will remember the rest of their lives. Jonathan Marks was the starting Point Guard at Brandeis University under former Celtics coach Chris Ford and majored in economics and international business.


Jonathan Marks

JD'S Ultimate Sports & Entertainment, Inc.



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