Fall youth camps are a GO! We've set two dates, September 16 and November 11. More information to follow in the coming days - but mark your calendars NOW!
Let's Go Wizards!
Do you want excitement, some fast action, and high-scoring basketball entertainment? Well, you've found it with the Wichita Wizards.
We think Wichita is the perfect location for a professional team - and the Wichita Wizards have proven us right every year since their first tip-off. The inaugural season for the Wichita Wizards was in 2019 when they went undefeated with a 14-0 record and were ranked #1 for the final seven weeks of the season to become the premier team in the league. The team adds to an extensive collection of professional sports proving Wichita truly is a sports city.
Each season, the Wizards play approximately 14 regular-season games against teams based all over the United States. The team is made up of former college players and those looking to play at the next level professionally. The sophomore season for the Wizards was sadly devastating for the team, but Wichita was all-in. During the Covid-affected season of 2021, all 12 active roster players were local Wichitans. In 2022, the team ownership recruited an assortment of more Wichitans - local professionals to help boost the behind-the-scenes business of the game and help recover from the pandemic.
2023 Season tickets are on sale now!
• 8-5 overall record, 6-2 in conference play • #1 seed in the Finals • Averaged more than 1oo points per game • Heartland Conference Regular Season Champions
• 8-1 record • Averaged more than 1oo points per game • Kaelon Gary received the MVP Award for the 2021 Season • Heartland Conference Regular Season Champions
2020 SEASON CANCELLED DUE TO COVID
Covid put a halt to all play in our league and others in the spring of 2020. The staff kept working and the team practiced at home, to be ready for 2021.
• 14-0 Regular Season Record, finished 14-1 • Ranked #1 in the league for the last 7 weeks of the season • 5 Wizards selected to All-Star Weekend • Averaged +120 points per game • Heartland Conference Regular Season Champions