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Fall 2023 Workout August

Skills Session - Open to Players of All Ages
8/25 | $20
5th-8th Grader Friday Open Run
8/25 | $20

Ball Handling Wizardry and Finishing School


Ball Handling Wizardry

In today’s game where players are asked to be multi-positional and playmaking with the ball in one’s hands has become essential to creating offense, this is the program to build those skills!  Our Ballhandling Wizardry program provides young basketball players with the tools they need to become exceptional ballhandlers. Through personalized instruction and expert guidance, we help our athletes build confidence and improve their ballhandling skills. Our goal is to help them reach their full potential and become the best ballhandlers they can be.

Finishing School


One of the most underrated skills in today’s game is the ability to finish shots close to the rim. Our finishing school program focuses on mastering the “soft touch” that is needed when shooting closer to the rim - whether that’s the shot off the glass with a “touch of jelly,” or the high floater over the outstretched arm of a shot blocker.  We teach players how to score in all facets of the game, whether it’s in transition or in the half-court. Learn the tools on how to be a versatile scorer.

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Deadeye Shooting Academy

Shooting has become an essential skill that is required in the modern game of basketball!  Our coaching staff has put together a program that consists of drills and exercises that will give your child the tools to work on their shoot long after they leave our training.  We emphasize that building shots from the ground up / inside-out, teaching players that having a balanced and consistent form is going to lead to the most consistent shooting results.

Things we teach include:

> Understanding your shooting base > Squaring your lead hip to the rim > How to reduce your guide hand from impacting your shot negatively > Getting your feet set early > Learning how to shoot quicker without rushing your shot

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