Kenny Goldman Youth Basketball League

announcement: covid-19

The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit is closely monitoring all pertinent health and safety-related news and updates regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In light of recent global developments and growing concerns around the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the JCC and the Kenny Goldman Basketball League have made the decision to postpone all upcoming Kenny Goldman Basketball League games & practices through 3/29.

We will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves.

Please call the league's office at the JCC at 248.432.5498 with any questions.


Kenny Goldman Basketball League’s Basketball Clinic with Elite Trainer Al Hundley 
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At the JCC’s Kenny Goldman Youth Basketball League, children learn essential basketball skills while having fun and competing against other teams. Each team plays about eight games, playoffs and a championship, and receives approximately five practices. All players receive trophies or medals at the end of each season.  

The success of our Kenny Goldman Basketball League relies heavily on good coaching. Any parents who are interested in coaching should indicate their interest on the bottom of their child’s registration form, or call Bruce Wineman (248.432.5498) or Leah Worthy (248.432.5404).

2019-2020 Brochure

Kenny Goldman Spring 2020

April 26 – June 14

5 & Under 7 & Under 9 & Under
11 & Under 13 & Under 15 & Under
17 & Under20 & Under


Game Schedule

Winter 2020 Games 9U Winter 2020 Games 11 West Winter 2020 Games 11 East

Winter 2020 Games 13 East   Winter 2020 Games 13 West    Winter 2020 Games 15U



Winter Standings 9UWinter Standings 11 East  WinterStandings 11 West

 Winter Standings 13 East Winter Standings 13 West Winter Standings 15U 



Fall Playoffs 9U Fall Playoffs 11U Fall Playoffs 13U

Fall Playoffs 15U Fall Playoffs 17U


Kenny Goldman Basketball League
The Kenny Goldman Basketball program, which offers programming, leagues and instruction in basketball for kids ages 5 to 20, was endowed and founded by the family of Kenny Goldman, a young basketball enthusiast who was killed in an automobile accident in 1982. The program offers training camps, year-round league play and high quality instruction from our well-qualified staff members.


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