COMING UP AT SOLID ROCK

CALENDAR:

June 2021

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
  • Rockin' Rookie Camp
2
  • Rockin' Rookie Camp
3
  • Rockin' Rookie Camp
4
5
6
7
  • T.P.U. Camp
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (2nd-4th)
8
  • T.P.U. Camp
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (5th-8th)
9
10
11
12
  • OK Fadeaway Hoops (hosting)
13
  • OK Fadeaway Hoops (hosting)
14
  • Solid Shot Shooting Camp
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (2nd-4th)
15
  • Solid Shot Shooting Camp
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (5th-8th)
16
  • Solid Shot Shooting Camp
17
18
19
20
21
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (2nd-4th)
22
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (5th-8th)
23
24
25
  • Hoops on Broadway Session II
26
  • Hoops on Broadway Session II
27
  • Hoops on Broadway Session II
28
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (2nd-4th)
29
  • Buddy Buckets Academy (5th-8th)
30

ACTIVITIES THIS MONTH:

SUMMER BUDDY BUCKETS ACADEMY

DATES: June 7th/8th – July 26th/27th
Monday Nights: 2nd-4th grade
Tuesday Nights: 5th-8th grade

REGISTER HERE

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HOOPS ON BROADWAY SESSION II

DATES: June 25th – 27th
2nd-HS teams

REGISTER HERE

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SUMMER CAMPS

JUNE – AUGUST
K-9th grade

CAMP DATES & DETAILS 

GET IT ON THE CALENDAR:

HOOPS ON BROADWAY FINALE

DATES: August 13th – 15th
2nd-HS teams

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WHY 3v3?

Players touch the ball more often. 

In the 5 on 5 game, players can go almost the whole game without repeatedly touching the ball. In 3 on 3, you could touch the ball EVERY possession. When the player gets more experience handling the ball during game situations, the player is going to improve much more than the players who hardly touch the ball in 5 on 5. It doesn’t matter if you are the point guard or the star post player, you’re still going to get more touches in 3 on 3.

More room to operate.

A lot of younger players, especially under the age of 12 don’t have the skill, strength, or experience to utilize their basketball skills with 10 players on the court. 3 on 3 gives them more room to operate and practice their skills.

Players learn the game.

When there are only six (3 on 3) players on the court, players are more inclined to run the pick-and-roll, screen away, and screen the ball without a coach even telling them to do so, because there are fewer options out there. After a while, they will start to figure things out for themselves which is FANTASTIC and exactly what you want the players to do. With ten (5 on 5) players on the court, a lot of those options aren’t there because they lack skill, strength, and experience. Now, with fewer players on the court, it gives them a split second longer to recognize a situation.

Our 3 on 3 League will give players on average 150% more shots, moves, passes and possessions compared to a typical one hour 5 on 5 game.