In 2006, the Potter's Home built a Basketball/Volleyball court, secured by an eight-foot
high fence. Neighborhood children use this court for recreation and the Potter's Home sponsors
tournaments with basketballs and Spurs apparel for prizes.
Churches, organizations or individuals use this facility as a way to build relationships with
inner city children and encourage the value of teamwork.
Basketball teaches habits that can help children be successful in life.
When young people feel confident with who they are, they produce good habits, which help to
create positive and productive relationships.
Basketball helps children to make a mental commitment to do what is necessary to help their team succeed.
It takes self-confidence to put the team's success first, and it develops character.