Have a question about Play For Keeps Basketball programs? See below a list of frequently asked questions. Should you need additional information, please ask your coach or send us your question on the CONTACT US tab. We want to make sure all your questions get addressed. Thanks for asking!
What AAU Teams are offered?
P4K offers AAU Travel teams at the 11u, 13u, 14u, 15u, 16u, and 17u level. Levels dependent on season.
How much does P4K participation cost?
Spring 2022 P4K AAU Travel Team participation is $550/player/season for spring tournament season
+ $200 (inc tax/fee) Uniform cost (Total of $750)
+ $16 AAU fee.
Clinics generally cost $30/participant per clinic.
Individual training costs vary. Fall season prices will vary.
We accept VENMO and PAYPAL.
How does P4K communicate to parents?
P4K leverages the REMIND application for smart phones to communicate all P4K program information, including up-to-the-minute tournament and practice changes. Instructions on how to setup the REMIND app on your phone can be found under the CONTACT US/REMIND tab.
Where and when are practices?
Click on the PRACTICES/CLINICS tab for up-to-the-minute schedules
Is transportation included in cost?
No, It is the parents responsibility to get players to/from all practices and tournaments.
Hotels at Tournaments?
Play For Keeps does not do room blocks. All parents should plan separately for hotel rooms. Most tournaments are Saturday and Sunday. We encourage all parents to book early.
How do I sign up with AAU?
All Play For Keeps players MUST be signed up as AAU players to play in tournaments. The fee is $16/player.
Go to https://play.aausports.org/joinaau/membershipapplication
and sign up.
Our AAU Club Code is : TBD
What AAU tournament level does P4K play?
Play For Keeps plays mostly at the Platinum/Division I level. Depending on the tournament, we may enter teams at Gold and Silver or play up in age. Our goal is to challenge our players so that they may continue to develop against top talent. We particularly want our players to be highly prepared for their High School and Collegiate programs.