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The Rhode Island Breakers Boys Basketball Organization is the longest running (24 years consecutively est.1994) boys AAU program in the state. The program has an established culture of our basketball players to be proud, hardworking, and the importance of becoming a contributing member of society. Serving all areas of Rhode Island and Nearby Massachusetts and Connecticut. The Breakers tradition and reputation for putting high character, competitive teams on the court is widely recognized.  Financial aid is available to those, if needed, to play for a reduced fee. Always looking for High Character, Qualified Coaches...



I just wanted to let you know my son Haydens experience with the Breakers has been 100% positive, great coaching, great group of kids and I would highly recommend the team.  Please let me know if there will be a chance for a high school team in the fall or next year he will be 10th great. Again thanks for another great season.

Michelle McLean

Hi Dave.

I know how much work goes into these weekends. I also know the amount of complaints you get. I felt like this was the best tournament I have attended all spring, well organized, on time, decent officials, refreshments, and supervision. The east coast panthers will be back.

Thanks, Larry Rheingold


"I would like to take the time and tell you that I think you have amazing men working in your Breakers organization. My son Dylan has had the pleasure to be mentored by Ern Corey and Ray. The emotional and physical support they provide during the season is amazing. But what  is soooo much more impressive is the support they provide off season. Both Ern and Corey take the time to text him and push him mentally with words of encouragement as well as workouts in preparation for his high school try outs. So thank you for allowing them to be a part of my son's life."

Sherrye Durante

"Thank you so very much for all the time and effort devoted to those young children. My son, Ben McGarry, had a great time and really enjoyed learning new skills.

With Appreciation,"

Nicole McGarry

" Austin will no longer be able to play unfortunately. We have moved to South Carolina. Thank you for all that you have done for him. If we are going to be in the area over breaks for camps, I'll contact you to see if there's room for him to join. " Thank you again for the opportunity you have given Austin!

Amy Devolve

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