Winter Break Clinics

Winter Break Clinics2018-11-08T14:46:39+00:00

Junior Basketball 2-Day Clinic

Dates: December 27 & 28

Time: 8:30A-11:30A

Boys and Girls Grades 2-4

Skill Level: Players must have some foundation in dribbling and shooting and be able to shoot on a 10 foot hoop.

Cost: $120 ($99 before 12/14)

You will learn:

  • Proper shooting form

  • How to play defense the right way

  • How to attack the basket

  • Proper footwork on layups and shooting

Clinic will consist of games and skill work!

 

Pure Offense Basketball Clinic

Dates: December 27 & 28th

Time: 12P-3P

Boys and Girls Grades 5-8

Skill level: Clinic is focused on skill building for players who already have some or all of the key fundamental basketball skills, i.e. ability to make layups, shoot foul shots, basic dribbling & ball handling skills, passing and footwork (jump stops and pivoting).

Cost: $120 ($99 before 12/14)

You will learn

  • Game like shooting drills to drive up your shooting percentage.

  • How to create more uncontested shots with dribble moves that create at least 2-3 feet of separation from your defender.

  • Advanced hand-eye coordination and ball handling drills that will accelerate your feel for the basketball. These drills will make dribbling during game situations feel easy.

  • How to develop an explosive first step. This is probably one of the most important aspects of being a playmaker, but it is rarely broken down and taught properly. Learn about the proper shin angle, head position, shoulder position, and hip position.

  • Critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.

  • How the top pros create advantages which allow them to make plays for themselves and their teammates.

 

Coaching Staff

Brett Stinchfield has been coaching AAU for Starland for 2 years. He played at East Bridgewater High School and has a degree in Sport Management from UMass-Amherst. While at UMass, he was a student manager for the UMass Men’s Basketball team where he worked closely with the head coaches helping shape his coaching style he uses today. He is currently the Freshmen Basketball Coach at Marshfield High School.

Malcolm Bailey has worked the last 20 years coaching youth teams with players ranging from age 5 to 18 years old.  He is a coach, former college player, and a 15-year licensed basketball referee who is well acquainted with the general practices, principles, and philosophical aspects of youth programs. Malcolm loves the game of basketball and has a passion to improve the quality of life for youth through sports and academics to develop the total athlete.

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