Lil' Dribblers Program Info
Lil' Dribblers Program Information and Registration
Winter 2 Season Lil' Dribblers
When: Sundays, January 8th to February 26th (OFF Jan. 22)
Where: Ballard Boys and Girls Club
Coach: Jeff Brown (bio below)
Winter Season Lil' Dribblers
Skills Class is introductory skills class with lowered hoops
League is informal play to learn how to play in games!
Coach: Jeff Brown
Jeff has been coaching basketball for four years, since the beginning of 2013. He got his start at the Kirkland Boys and Girls Club. And has since coached with Northshore YMCA, Bellevue YMCA, Hoopaholics (Lil Dribblers), and most recently with North City AAU program. He has experience coaching both boys and girls teams, from age groups 2nd grade - 6th grade. Jeff grew up playing basketball at the local clubs in Tacoma. Playing and coaching basketball is his favorite hobby. He is heavily involved in the fan movement to bring NBA basketball back to Seattle, through the "Bring Back Our Sonics" social media campaign. And he is a current season ticket holder and writes about the Seattle Storm for SB Nation/SonicsRising.
Lil' Dribblers FAQ
Q: My player is brand new to basketball, would this program be a good fit?
Yes! This program is for brand new and newer players to the game of basketball. We understand they might be nervous to start with this experience. Our coach does an excellent job making them feel comfortable and enjoy this new game right away!
Q: How does the 'Skills Class' work?
Players will be working togther on skill-specific fundamentals with our coach. The very basics are taught in a fun, learning environment.
Q: How does the 'league' work?
Coach will be informally placing players on teams to get up and down the court. We have two full length courts so players will be out on the court! There is no score kept and players are split up generally by age and if necessary, by skill. Great way to get in game experience!
Q: Will my player get to play on a team with their friends?
Players will get to play with different teams and make new friends each week! League play is informal and is a great way for players to learn how to play with teammates in a 'game-like' setting.
We hope to see your player out on the court!