Spring Lil' Dribblers

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For Beginning Hoopaholics!
 
Who: Boys and Girls - Ages 5-9
Where: Ballard Boys & Girls Club
When: Sundays April 12 - May 31 [8 weeks]
 
Skills 1 & League [Ages 5-7]
Class: 11:00-11:45am  League: 11:45-12:15pm
 
Skills 2 & League [Ages 8-9 or Return 7 year olds]
Class: 12:30-1:15  League: 1:15-1:45pm
 
Coaches: Katy Doughty
Head Varsity Coach, Nathan Hale Girls Basketball
 

 

Boys Spring Trainings

Spring Trainings start week of March 9th

 

TRAINING LEAGUE - REGISTER NOW!

 

TRAINING REGISTER SOON!

 

Mondays at Calvary
4:30-5:30 2nd to 6th
5:30-6:30 7th to HS
 
Tuesdays at Briarcrest
Max 5 players, must email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
4:30-5:30pm 3rd to 6th
5:30-6:30pm 7th to HS
 
Tuesdays at Calvary
7:30-8:45pm 7th to HS
 
Wednesdays at Briarcrest
Max 5 players, must email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
4-5pm 3rd to 6th
5-6pm 7th to HS
 
Thursdays at Calvary
4:30-5:30pm 2nd to 6th
5:30-6:30pm 7th to HS
 
Saturdays at Emmanuel
10:30am-11:30am 2nd to 6th
11:30-12:30pm 7th to HS

 

Calvary Christian Assembly

6801 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115

 

Briarcrest Elementary

2715 N.E. 158th, Shoreline, WA 98155

 

Emmanuel Phinney Ridge - Back Entrance

510 N. 49th St. Seattle, WA 98103

 
 

Spring Season Tryouts

Great turnout for Spring, over 250 Hoopaholics!

All Boys 3rd-8th Tryout Attendees will receive an email

by Wednesday, March 4th. Thanks for your patience!

 

Missed Tryouts? Last Chance tryout REGISTER HERE

 

Lakeside Middle School

13510 1st Ave. NE - Seattle, WA 98125

 

Wednesday, March 4th

Boys

9th-11th: 7:45-9:00pm

 

Thursday, March 5th

Girls

3rd to 6th: 6:30-7:45pm
7th to HS: 7:45-9:00pm
 
Tuesday, March 10th
LAST CHANCE - Boys
at Calvary Christian Church
 
3rd-4th
5:00-6:15pm
 
5th-6th
6:15-7:30pm
 
7th-HS
7:30-8:45pm
 

 

Questions? Contact Dave at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ballard Summer Camps

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Ballard Boys & Girls Club

Space is limited, sign up today!

Extended care after each camp is available
AM: 7-9:30am and PM: 2:30-6pm
To register for extended care, CLICK HERE

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Boys and Girls Grades 2nd to 8th

 

Mon-Thurs June 29-July 2

9:30am-2:30pm

SINGLE PLAYER          2 PLAYERS

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Mini Camp K-2nd Only

 

Mon-Fri July 20-24

9am-Noon

SINGLE PLAYER

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Boys and Girls Grades 2nd to 8th

 

Mon-Fri August 3-7

9:30am-2:30pm

SINGLE PLAYER          2 PLAYERS

 

Mon-Fri August 17-21

9:30am-2:30pm

SINGLE PLAYER          2 PLAYERS          

 

Mon-Thurs August 31-September 3

9:30am-2:30pm

SINGLE PLAYER          2 PLAYERS 

 

 

One Day Camp Registration or Questions

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CLICK HERE TO READ MORE!

Hoopaholics Welcome

Hoopaholics is Hooked on Hoops!
 
The difference is our coaching!
Value and teach the details of the game
Care about their players and their successes
Years of coaching with Hoopaholics
High School Varsity level coaches
 
We offer many programs to fit your players' 
goals: trainings, camps, and teams.
Opportunites for all skill levels!
 
Questions? Call Dave: 206-795-0687
Or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HoopaScoop of the Week

"IMMEDIATELY OR NOT AT ALL"

 

"This concept is very simple, but few good players understand the importance of it.  If you decide to go one-on-one, do it immediately after you get the ball, or don't do it at all.  There is a very good reason for this.  The longer you hold the ball and look around or jockey for position, the more time the defense has to get in good help-position to stop you and clog the lane.  If there is an opening to go one-on-one, your best chance is immediately, not after you hold the ball for several seconds.

 

The same concept applies to taking a shot from outside. If you are free and in your range, take a shot. If you aren't don't take it. But don't stand there deciding then shoot. Anytime you have stood there deciding, decide not to shoot. Why? Because tentative shooters are poor shooters. If something about the situation causes your instincts to delay, something about your instincts is likely to disrupt the smooth flow of your shooting motion.

 

A good rule to follow is this: when in doubt, pass. Or, if you have held the ball, pass.  Seldom does a team lose for having passed up open shots. You lose by missing shots, by shooting too fast, by taking bad shots, and by shooting tentatively. Passing up a shot rarely hurts, and it often helps.

 

The players who take the scoring initiative should be those who know at the instant they get the ball that they have an opportunity. If they do not have one, they should take it immediately or not at all."

 

-Excerpt from STUFF! good players should know by Dick Devenzio

 

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