Become a Champion is a Colorado non-profit organization, established to provide a variety of services to youth across Colorado and the Metropolitan areas. BAC and its staff works with the youth to make a positive impact in their lives and futures.
By stimulating the minds and bodies of children and instilling confidence, BAC is investing in the future of Colorado and improving the lives of future generations.
Due to a large increase in interest in our club, we foresee the need to expand the number of Elite coaches and teams. Please contact Arzelle Lewis at 303-990-7372 or leave a message on our contacts page. Assistant coaches are also welcome. Teams/players MUST be very competitive.CHECK OUT THE ROSTERS!
COLORADO SPORTS RANKINGS
CSR is a system that evaluates Colorado’s top Students and Athletes as a result of competition in a particular sport. Our system analyzes the results of competition in order to provide a rankings list of the top players - COMING HALLOWEEN 2015!LEARN MORE!
OUR NEW HOME
24hr Fitness is the Home of Team Colorado! The opportunity to play on a competitive team in these environments offers Elite players the highest challenge and great college scouting exposure. Our sincere thanks to 24Hour Fitness for their incredible support of BAC!SUPPORT US TODAY!
BAC and its staff works with the youth to make a positive impact in their lives and futures. By stimulating the minds and bodies of children and instilling confidence, BAC is investing in the future of Colorado and improving the lives of future generations.Read More
Four of Colorado’s best eighth grade players each have different styles, come from different backgrounds and play for different teams. But what they hope to do is make a mark on the high school game next year. They are the future of basketball in a state that often gets overlooked.Read More
Basketball in the city
Every summer, BAC hosts a series of free basketball camps for inner city youth. Five under-privelaged neighborhoods are selected and free basketball camps are held for 100 kids in each neighborhood. Basketball in the city is conducted by BAC professional instructors alongside NBA Nuggets, college players and oversees professionals.Read More
I have had a great experience while playing for the B.A.C Champs and I have gotten a lot better and elevated my game. My experience with B.A.C. has been great so far because I get to do something I love (play basketball) while being coached by some of the best coaches in Colorado. I also get to become a better basketball player, hang out with my friends and have fun. I started to play for Champs when I was in 4th grade have made many friends and have gotten a lot better at basketball. Because of B.A.C. I have had one of the greatest experiences of my life and I thank Arzelle and the whole B.A.C. staff for that.
We are very excited to have had the opportunity to participate in the BAC basketball program. Our son Eric, has benefited greatly from the skills based practices and high expectations from Arzelle and other members of the Coaching Staff. We played a very inspired Spring Jam season falling short of a championship. We were excited to see the team play well. Little did we know, that was the just the beginning, Over the course of the summer the team came together in an amazing way. Exhausting defense, unselfish passing, and a will to out hustle our opponents made us a very difficult team to play. We literally ran through, around, and between some very good teams.
We moved our team over to BAC from another club due to the commitment to creating strong young men and the philosophy of using the game of basketball as a tool to further their educational opportunities and life skills. When we first came to the JCC to watch a practice, we were amazed at not only the skills of the 5th grade players, but also their discipline and determination and we decided that we wanted our guys to be a part of this program.
One obvious strength of BAC players is their understanding of how team basketball should be played. Many BAC players can play 2, 3 or 4 different positions for their team. This fundamental understanding of how to play multiple positions allows BAC coaches to create individual mismatches with size, speed, and ball handling abilities. When a BAC player understands the challenges that a teammate faces at their position, it makes every player on the court a better player and a better teammate.
Just wanted to thank you for all that you did for the boys this past season, including Las Vegas. I can easily appreciate and respect all the work & all that you must have had to deal with in Las Vegas. I hope it was good for you as it was for the boys! Robby had a great time. Thanks again!