The Five Pillars

1.) Give every player an opportunity to learn 
We take pride in creating an environment that gives the players an opportunity to learn, grow, and develop as people and as players.

2.) Long-term development
We want players to leave each session a little better than when they walked in. With that being said, we also want players and parents to understand that development is a long-term process. Consistency is key- there are no short-term fixes!

3.) Redefine “Fundamental Skills Training”
In our opinion, fundamental skills training is not doing a bunch of “on-air” drills scripted by a coach. Building a skill requires decision-making, which we try to create in all of our drills.

4.) Small-Sided Games
We believe players maximize their development in a context that resembles an actual game but also understand the importance of maximizing repetitions within that game. Whether it’s 1 v 1, 2 v 2, or 3 v 3, we believe players improve through competing against live defense.

5.) Relationships
We want our players to feel a part of a “basketball community”. Every player that comes into our gym is important to us; we go to great strides to connect with each individual!