We’ve always believed. . .
For a player to reach his potential he/she needs what I call the “personal touch”. . . and that is the individual coach working with the individual player on his weaknesses until they become his strengths.
We have always given. . .
Our campers a personal workout sheet, so they have an organized way to work individually on their skills when they leave camp.
We stress . . .
That the players that reach their potential are those that work hard and work smart. One of our primary goals is to teach them how to work smart.
We want them to understand. . .
Whatever makes basketball work, will make life work. The hard work, sacrifice and dedication which they learn to bring to the game of basketball, they will soon learn to bring to all areas of their life.
The good players . . .
Have their priorities in order:
God/or their personal spiritual belief
We want . . .
Our campers to play with class and character . . . always remembering that nothing great is accomplished without enthusiasm.