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It was 2013, and brothers Bobby and Mark Timinski – standout high school basketball players in their day – had a mattress and furniture business, with a warehouse in Edison. And they had a lot of extra space.
Basketball junkies their whole lives – Bobby played at St. Joe’s and Colonia while Mark played scholastically in Florida before playing for the Gators in College – they decided to open a training facility with the leftover space.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
Bobby says they noticed while there were a slew of travel and AAU teams around, there were few places to work on the fundamentals of the game.
Basketball Warehouse welcomes basketball players ranging from age 8 through those already in college, and hosts summer camps, as well as individual and group sessions, where players can work at their own pace.
Mike Pavlichko got a chance to talk with Bobby Timinski about the origins of Basketball Warehouse, and why it’s the ideal place to go for anyone looking to up their game on the court, at any level.
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