Jr. Dub Knicks

Jr. Dub Knicks aims to serve children ages 5-14 by introducing the game, improving the youth sports experience, and encouraging kids to play basketball.


On Nov. 14 at Eastview Middle School in collaboration with the White Plains Youth Bureau, 100 children participated in the Jr. Dub Knicks Open Run/Clinic at Eastview Middle School. Westchester Knicks players Jaylen Bond and Kevin Capers stopped by to teach the kids some techniques, and take some pictures and autographs. For pictures from the event, check out our photo gallery here.

The next day at Highland Middle School, Westchester Knicks and the White Plains Recreation and Parks hosted a Jr. Dub Knicks Clinic for 100 children from the Rec and Parks basketball program. New York City NBA legend Kenny Anderson spoke to the kids about teamwork and working on and off the court. For pictures from the event, check out our photo gallery here.

On Nov. 6 in collaboration with Jr. NBA week, participating children were given the opportunity to serve as honorary ball kids and had the chance to meet and take photos with New York Knicks player Ron Baker at a New York Knicks game.