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ABOUT US

Our Story

Supreme Courts was built in 2013 and is a 32,000 square foot 4-court basketball facility that is conveniently located on the border of Aurora, Oswego and Naperville. 

Be Supreme

What Sets Us Apart

All our training programs, classes, and teams are professionally coached and we welcome boys’ and girls’ players of all skills levels from the beginner through the elite in grades K-12.

The philosophy behind everything we do is to drive each player to be the best they can be on the court, while also teaching them skills that will benefit them throughout their lives including integrity, teamwork, self-confidence, hard work, communication, respect for others, and critical thinking.

The facility is home to 4 travel programs, including the Illinois Attack which is 1 of only 10 basketball programs nationally sponsored by Wilson Sports.

    

We regularly host events 49 weekends a year from local and national brands that include Prep Hoops, NY2LA, Under Armor, USA Hoops, JR NBA, the Chicago Youth Basketball Network, Otter Basketball, Western Suburban Youth Sports League, and Playmakers United.

Giving Back

Giving Back to the Community

Supreme Courts was purchased in 2019 by MWBA which believes in giving back to the local community. We pride ourselves not only on how we develop our players and our staff, but also the charities we support in our local area to help the homeless and hungry.

Supreme Courts was recognized as a top 10 facility by the Best in the Midwest in 2019.

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Supreme Courts is a state-of-the-art basketball gymnasium. Supreme Courts in Aurora, IL has 4 full size courts for tournament and League play. It is the host to local youth basketball clubs, as well as running leagues & tournaments.

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