Thursday, December 18, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: UNC

Posted by Aj Holland | Thursday, December 18, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

With amazing athlete's coming in and out of the UNC Tar Heels program, Roy Williams has designed an offense that benefits these players and is tough for opposing teams to defend. Most teams in the NCAA do not have four guys that can play above the rim making the Tar Heels nearly impossible to defend. In the play below, you will see one of the sets ran that demonstrates how UNC takes advantage of their personel.



The play above begins with P1 dribbling off of a ball screen with P4. P5 then sets a backscreen on P2 for a lob over the top. If the lob is not there P3 comes off of a staggered screen while the ball is being passed to P5. Next P1 runs off a flare screen set by P4 looking for a shot. If P1 is not open, P2 sets a back screen for P4 diving to the rim for the easy layup.

A.J. "Young Popovich" Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball


Thursday, December 11, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Pop

Posted by Aj Holland | Thursday, December 11, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

Sometimes a play does not have to be extremely difficult to be effective. With enough movement and misdirection some plays can be used in a rec league with 7 year olds and still be useful enough to use on a high major college basketball team. "Pop" is a set that can be used that doesn't take many risk of turning the ball over and also can slow the game down to get a clean look when the opposition is on a run.



Play begins with the players lined up in a stack formation. Once all players pop out to free throw line extended, P1 passes to P2 and cuts to the ball side corner. P4 then sets a screen for P5 looking to get a post touch. If the opposing team is fronting the post, P2 passes the ball to P4 looking for the high low action. If not there, P4 swings the ball to P3 and finishes the staggered screen being set for P1 looking for the shot at the top of the key.

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Duke

Posted by Aj Holland | Thursday, December 4, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

During games, sometimes the opposition feels so confident on defense that they begin to lunge for steals and pressure the ball to the point where the offensive players are uncomfortable. "Duke" is a playset that has a number of options and different looks to throw the defense off balance. If ran correctly, the defense will most likely stop playing the passing lanes and respect the offense which takes pressure off of the players.


"Duke" starts in a 4 out set with P1 passing the ball to P2 and cutting to the corner. On the catch, P3 flashes to the ball side elbow. When the ball is in the air between P3 and P2, P4 should start his cut to the basket looking for a layup then clear to the corner. P2 then sets a downscreen for P1 curling off of a handoff from P3. P5 sets a backscreen for P3 rolling to the rim then finishes by screening away for P2 in the corner looking for a shot.

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Monday, December 1, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Michigan

Posted by Aj Holland | Monday, December 1, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

Inbounds plays can be the difference between winning or losing a gameby two points. This is a time during the game when the ball is close to the basket and the defense is guarding from a position they are not used to being in on defense. With this being said, the offense needs to have a number of different options to go to from out of bounds. "Michigan" is a playset that forces the defense to play against their principles and often leads to wide open shots if the timing is correct.


"Michigan" begins with P3 taking the ball out of bounds with P5 on the block, P1 and P4 on the elbows, and P2 in the weak side corner. On the slap of the ball, P5 pops to the corner to receive the pass and P1 steps out free throw line extended. When the ball is passed to P1, P2 sets a screen for the inbounder cutting over the top for a layup. P5 then sets a screen for P2 looking for a shot in the corner. If not open, P1 has the option to pass to the 

Coach A.J. "Baby Popovich" Holland

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Close

Posted by Aj Holland | Tuesday, November 18, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

Need a play to get a hot player a shot? Most of the time coaches will put the best defender on a player to completely shut them down to the point where they can’t even touch the ball. Well “close” might be exactly the play that you need. This play is great to use for any player on the team but is perfect for players who can stroke it but cannot create a shot for themselves.

In "close", P1 starts by passing the ball to P2 and cutting to the strong side corner. The ball is then reversed around the perimeter to P3. P5 then sets a backscreen for P2. Once P2 gets to the block, P1 sprints back to the top of the key and P4 gets in position to screen with the 5. When the ball is being passed to P1, P2 turns and sprints between P4 and P5 while they close the gap before the defender is able to squeeze between. The ball is then passed to P2 for the wide open 3pt shot.

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Rebels

Posted by Aj Holland | Thursday, November 6, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

In order to get a player an open look or create shots for teammates, a play needs to be designed with several options if the first does not go according to plan. "Rebels" is a set that contains a number of staggered screens and ball screens to free up people for open looks. If all fails, the ball can be entered to the post and players can play off of that.



Rebels begins with P1 dribbling P2 to the corner and P3 setting a cross screen. P2 curls off of screens set by P3 and P4 to the top of the key for a shot. If shot is not there P4 sets ballscreen for P2 and pops looking for a shot while P5 cuts to the strong side block for a post touch. Lastly, a staggered screen is set for P3 looking for a shot or curl for a layup.

Coach A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Friday, October 31, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Post

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, October 31, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

Many teams that have a talented back to the basket big man underestimate their passing ability and court vision while others know how skilled the post is but don't have any playsets to take advantage of these skills. "Post" is a set that can slow the game down if things begin to get out of hand and also gives the post a touch with the option to make a play with a pass. There are counters to however the defense chooses to defend which lowers the risk of mistakes.


"Post" begins in a 4 out 1 in set with P1 entering the ball to the wing and cutting to the ball side corner. P2 then makes a post entry to P5. At that time, P1 sets a screen for P2 looking for a shot in the corner and at the same time a downscreen is being set for P3 by P4 on the weak side block. P5 then has the option to make a post move for a score or pass to any of the other teammates for an open shot. 

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball Trainer


Friday, October 17, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Twist

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, October 17, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

Many coaches throughout the country have decided that the best offense for their team is the 4 out motion. This allows players to have a variety of options on floor and lets them play freely while making reads at the same time. One problem that some people have come across is finding a way to score in the late clock without a desperation shot. In the play below the answer to this problem is solved.

With about 15 seconds left, P1 executes a dribble handoff with P2 while P3 and P4 exchange spots. As soon as P2 gets lane line extended the ball is swung to P4 and P2 L cuts off of a backscreen from P5. P5 then turns around to set a pin screen for P3 looking to catch and shoot. If P3 cannot receive the pass he finishes his cut to the opposite corner. Next, P5 pops out to swing the ball to P1 and follows with a ball screen. When P1 comes off of the ball screen, P5 continues to set a down screen for P3 while P4 sets a down screen for P2. If P2 is not open for a shot he continues across the lane to set a backscreen to free P5 for a layup. There are 10 scoring options to this play in 15 seconds.

Coach A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Friday, October 10, 2014

Elite Hoops Basketball Playset: Wisconsin

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, October 10, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

Inbounds plays can be the difference between winning or losing a gameby two points. This is a time during the game when the ball is close to the basket and the defense is guarding from a position they are not used to being in on defense. With this being said, the offense needs to have a number of different options to go to from out of bounds. "Wisconsin" is a playset that forces the defense to play against their principles and often leads to wide open shots if the timing is correct.


"Wisconsin" begins with P3 taking the ball out of bounds with P5 on the block, P1 and P4 on the elbows, and P2 in the weak side corner. On the slap of the ball, P5 pops to the corner to receive the pass and P1 steps out free throw line extended. When the ball is passed to P1, P2 sets a screen for the inbounder cutting over the top for a layup. P5 then sets a screen for P2 looking for a shot in the corner. If not open, P1 has the option to pass to the open man for a bucket!

Coach A.J. Holland

Friday, October 3, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Stanford

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, October 3, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

"Stanford" is a play ran by many teams throughout the NCAA. This set is structured but gives players the opportunity to play out of it if they see an opening. Also, if the defense breaks down or is not ready, it is possible to get a quick layup. The key to this play is to hit a body on every screen. This will allow players the space they need and set up the next action. At the end of the play the players are in a 3 out 2 in set where they can go into their motion.



"Stanford" begins in a 1-4 set with the pg entering the ball to the wing on cutting off of a backscreen by the P4. The ball is then reversed to the top of the key and a staggered screen on the weak side is set by P3 and P5. P1 then curls to the wing looking for a shot. If not there, P3 sets a cross screen for P5 and P4 immediately sets a downscreen for P3. P1 then has the option to pass to the post or hit P3 for a shot coming of the downscreen.

Coach A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball Trainer

Friday, September 26, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: San Antonio

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, September 26, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

In order to be a successful team in the NBA, you need to be able to get your 3pt shooters in position to score. Players that may be on the older side, or just are not explosive enough to create a shot for themselves can benefit greatly from set plays and misdirections designed to free them up for a shot. One team that had that figured out last year was the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs have been successful over the past year and looking at plays like this you can see why.



The play above begins with P5 flashing to receive the pass from P1 as soon as P1 crosses halfcourt. Once P5 catches the ball, P2 cuts to the opposite corner and P4 sets a flare screen for P1. P5 then throws the skip pass to P1 and finishes the staggered screen away with P3 for P2 to come off for a shot. While this is happening P4 is diving to the strong side block to be an option for the post entry. This play is great for a team consisting two knock down shooters on the perimeter.

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Friday, September 19, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Warriors

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, September 19, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments

In order to be a successful team in the NBA, you need to have plays that are putting your best players in position to score. It is alright to have plays for role players on the team but the majority of the focus needs to be set on figuring out how to make the game as easy as possible for the stars. One team that has this figured out is the Golden State Warriors. The "splashbrothers" have gained a lot of national attention over the past year and looking at plays like this you can see why.



The play above begins with P5 flashing to receive the pass from P1 as soon as P1 crosses halfcourt. Once P5 catches the ball, P2 cuts to the opposite corner and P4 sets a flare screen for P1. P5 then throws the skip pass to P1 and finishes the staggered screen away with P3 for P2 to come off for a shot. While this is happening P4 is diving to the strong side block to be an option for the post entry. This play is great for a team consisting two knock down shooters on the perimeter.

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

NIKE Boys Basketball Camp: Championship Friday at Cannon School

Posted by Morgan Moynihan | Tuesday, August 12, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments


As the last camp of the summer, and the first  camp to ever be held at Cannon School, we have all agreed that every aspect of the camp was the best way to end the summer and bring in a new NIKE Elite Hoops Basketball Camp Location. Majority of campers were new faces, some familiar, truly making this camp an experience filled with a lot of learning. We are extremely happy with how it turned out, and the amount of hard work the campers gave and brought each and every day. We can't wait to see you again next summer at Cannon School!

Throughout this week, the NIKE Boys Basketball Camp at Cannon School had exciting and great moments. Championship Friday was nothing less than inspirational for all the staffers and campers. That morning, the campers walked into the gym with an extra bounce in their step. Anyone could notice the focused and determined look in the eyes of the campers. We started off the day with living by numbers. Next we quickly jumped into our individual skills stations for a quick review. Each day the campers rotated between 3 different skill stations. Individual skills, 3on3, and video session gives helps teach all parts of the game to the campers. 

Now its championship time! The first championship round was the 5on5 games.  The NBA and high school division championships was balanced throughout the week. Next was our Living By Numbers Championships. With so many returning campers, there was a lot of anticipation of who will be selected. Living by Numbers (LBN) program online has been extremely beneficial to most of the campers. Lastly the crowd favorite was 3on3 Cut Throat Championship. All week the campers have been earning points and learning different ways to be successful with their teams. Coaches, players, and parents enjoyed the intensity during the 3on3 games.


Championship Friday ended with our NIKE Awards Ceremony. All the campers received camps T-shirts, workbooks, players evaluations, and various fun prizes. Below is the list of LBN winners and the photos of the individual winners. We are sad the camp ended today, but we are more excited about the improvement of all the campers. See you next year Cannon School!


Living By Numbers Division Champions

Switch Cone Slides
HS: Zion Booker
COL: Nathan Sequiera
NBA: Myles Jackson

Figure 8
HS: Brandon Nelson
COL: Christian Jarrell
NBA: Michael Bagnasco

Cone Layups
HS: Wesley Tubbs
COL: Brantley Lyons
NBA: Justin Taylor

Hot Shot
HS: Brandon Nelson
COL: Dwayne Richards
NBA: Michael Bagnasco

Individual Awards

High School:

M.O.U Award: Awarded to Wesley Tubbs and Brandon Nelson for moving up from the High School division to the College Division.

Most Improved Award: Trey Betler

MVP: Zion Booker
College:

Coaches Award: Luke Cashion

M.O.U Award: Michael Bagnasco was awarded the M.O.U from moving up to the NBA Division. 

MVP Award: Christian Jarrell

NBA:

Coaches Award: Christopher Brown

Most Improved: Corbin Goodson and Hayden Bullard

M.O.U Award: Justin Taylor received this award because he moved up from the College Division to NBA

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NIKE Coed Basketball Camp: Championship Friday at A Game Sportsplex

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This past week at A Game Sportsplex has truly been one for the books. Drew Maddux, officially holds the record for most successful camp with 150+ campers. This camp was definitely one to save for the books. With a lot of talent, a lot of hard work, and a lot of listening ears, the camp was able to successfully run all week long and still have the feel of a small camp. Even with such a large amount of campers, coaches were still able to get to know each and every player. With lots of hard work, organization, and patience, the campers and coaches were able to work together and help each other get better 1% each day. 

Throughout this week, the NIKE Boys Basketball Camp at A Game had exciting and great moments. Championship Friday was nothing less than inspirational for all the staffers and campers. That morning, the campers walked into the gym with an extra bounce in their step. Anyone could notice the focused and determined look in the eyes of the campers. We started off the day with living by numbers. Next we quickly jumped into our individual skills stations for a quick review. Each day the campers rotated between 3 different skill stations. Individual skills, 3on3, and video session gives helps teach all parts of the game to the campers. 

Now its championship time! The first championship round was the 5on5 games.  The NBA and high school division championships was balanced throughout the week. Next was our Living By Numbers Championships. With so many returning campers, there was a lot of anticipation of who will be selected. Living by Numbers (LBN) program online has been extremely beneficial to most of the campers. Lastly the crowd favorite was 3on3 Cut Throat Championship. All week the campers have been earning points and learning different ways to be successful with their teams. Coaches, players, and parents enjoyed the intensity during the 3on3 games.


Championship Friday ended with our NIKE Awards Ceremony. All the campers received camps T-shirts, workbooks, players evaluations, and various fun prizes. Below is the list of LBN winners and the photos of the individual winners. We are sad the camp ended today, but we are more excited about the improvement of all the campers. See you next year A Game Sportsplex!


Living By Number Division Champions

Switch Cone Slides
HS:Arthur Bennett and Quentin Jenkins
COL: Connor English and Braden Zapp
NBA:Vincent Helms
WNBA: Kawmeka Thomas

Figure 8
HS: Tre Wood
COL: Braden Zapp
NBA: Vincent Helms
WNBA: Kawmeka Thomas

Cone Layups
HS: Evan Gainer
COL: Daniel Harrington
NBA: Alex Eagon
WNBA: Ava Maddux and Addison Burns

Hot Shot
HS: Nicki Bennett
COL: Connor English and Sam Kirkpatrick
NBA: Cade McDowell
WNBA: Mikela Wise

Individual Awards


MVP Award: Arthur Bennett (HS), Braden Zapp (College), Vincent Helms (NBA), and Morgan Terry (WNBA).

Coaches Award: Ethan Daugharty (HS), Connor English and Reggie Cooper (College), Cade McDowell (NBA), and Chloe Wampler (WNBA).




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Monday, August 4, 2014

NIKE Boys Basketball Camp: Championship Friday at GAC July

Posted by Morgan Moynihan | Monday, August 4, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments


As our summer has quickly come to an end, we always love to spend our last week of basketball camps in Atlanta at Greater Atlanta Christian School. The beautiful facilities allow us to end the summer with a little over 100 eager campers who have been waiting all summer for camp. It allows us to bring in the top staff, and run camp under the legendary head coach of GAC, Eddie Martin. With a mix of so many positive aspects, it is hard for this camp to end on a bad note. Campers each day came to get better, and learn many new things that they can take with them into their upcoming season. After an extremely successful week of camp at GAC with some top players of the summer, we are sad to say goodbye to summer and the camp season, but ready to say hello to fall training and camp planning for summer of 2015. See you next year GAC!

Throughout this week, the NIKE Boys Basketball Camp at GAC had exciting and great moments. Championship Friday was nothing less than inspirational for all the staffers and campers. That morning, the campers walked into the gym with an extra bounce in their step. Anyone could notice the focused and determined look in the eyes of the campers. We started off the day with living by numbers. Next we quickly jumped into our individual skills stations for a quick review. Each day the campers rotated between 3 different skill stations. Individual skills, 3on3, and video session gives helps teach all parts of the game to the campers. 

Now its championship time! The first championship round was the 5on5 games.  The NBA and high school division championships was balanced throughout the week. Next was our Living By Numbers Championships. With so many returning campers, there was a lot of anticipation of who will be selected. Living by Numbers (LBN) program online has been extremely beneficial to most of the campers. Lastly the crowd favorite was 3on3 Cut Throat Championship. All week the campers have been earning points and learning different ways to be successful with their teams. Coaches, players, and parents enjoyed the intensity during the 3on3 games.


Championship Friday ended with our NIKE Awards Ceremony. All the campers received camps T-shirts, workbooks, players evaluations, and various fun prizes. Below is the list of LBN winners and the photos of the individual winners. We are sad the camp ended today, but we are more excited about the improvement of all the campers. See you next year GAC!


Living By Numbers Division Champions

Switch Cone Slides:
HS: Samuel Otero
COL: Micah Smith
NBA: Johnny Coulston

Figure 8:
HS: DJ Brooks
COL: Christopher Spears and Andrew McConnell
NBA: John Sexton

Cone Layups
HS: Josh Parker
COL: Andrew McConnell
NBA: Ryan McIlwain

Hot Shot
HS: Kyle Jones
COL: Alex Johnson
NBA: Michael Joseph

Individual Awards

HS:
M.O.U Award: Josh Parker
This award is given to campers who move up a division!

Defensive Award: Jairus Griffin

MVP: Chad Jackson

College:

Coaches Award: Ray Martinez


MVP: Micah Smith
NBA:


Coaches Award: John Sexton

MVP: Michael Joseph

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NIKE Boys Basketball Camp: Championship Thursday at Smyrna Community Center

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Our very first camp at Smyrna Community Center was an extremely successful one filled with talented and hard working campers. Our college division championship was an exciting one: a three point shot at the buzzer brought the game into over time. Campers took the floor each morning ready to work hard and push themselves. Coaches set the goal for our campers to get 1% better every time they took the floor. Campers proved that they were serious about getting better on "No Walk Wednesday" when they were required to sprint everywhere they went. Camp was an all around success in Smyrna this week. We are looking forward to growing next summer in Smyrna.

Now its championship time! The first championship round was the 5on5 games.  The NBA, college, and high school division championships was balanced throughout the week. Next was our Living By Numbers Championships. With so many returning campers, there was a lot of anticipation of who will be selected. Living by Numbers (LBN) program online has been extremely beneficial to most of the campers. Lastly the crowd favorite was 3on3 Cut Throat Championship. All week the campers have been earning points and learning different ways to be successful with their teams. Coaches, players, and parents enjoyed the intensity during the 3on3 games.

Championship Thursday ended with our NIKE Awards Ceremony. All the campers received camps T-shirts, workbooks, players evaluations, and various fun prizes. Below is the list of LBN winners and the photos of the individual winners. We are sad the camp ended today, but we are more excited about the improvement of all the campers. Until next year Smyrna!


Living By Numbers Champions:

Switch Cone Slides:
High School: Kristopher Brown
College: Genki Aikawa
NBA: Carmel Gumbs


Figure 8:
High School: Luke Wilson
College: Bryan Farrington
NBA: KJ Shade


Cone Layups:
High School: Jalen Leonard

College: Nick Myer
NBA: Chris Anderson


Hot Shot:
High School: Josh Reed
College: Garrison Powell
NBA: Jaylen Johnson


Individual Award Winners:
High School:
 Hustle Award - Russell Overly

MVP - Jalen Leonard

 College:
 Coaches Award - Ford Jackson 

MVP - Garrison Powell

NBA:
 Coaches Award - Jaylen Johnson 

MVP - KJ Shade

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

NIKE Boys Basketball Camp: Championship Friday at St. Francis

Posted by Morgan Moynihan | Tuesday, July 29, 2014 | Category: | 0 comments






St. Francis is one of Elite Hoops favorite locations. It is not only a camp spot for us, but also a fall training location for us Elite Hoops Fam. We always enjoy our time here whether it is in the fall or summer. This past week was definitely a top week at St. Francis. Campers were ready to learn and eager to hit the hardwood. Coaches all agreed that the campers were determined each day to get better allowing camp to run extra smooth. The week went by fast and it was all because the campers stayed organized by listening to their coaches! Those are the campers we love to have each week!

Throughout this week, the NIKE Boys Basketball Camp at St. Francis had exciting and great moments. Championship Friday was nothing less than inspirational for all the staffers and campers. That morning, the campers walked into the gym with an extra bounce in their step. Anyone could notice the focused and determined look in the eyes of the campers. We started off the day with living by numbers. Next we quickly jumped into our individual skills stations for a quick review. Each day the campers rotated between 3 different skill stations. Individual skills, 3on3, and video session gives helps teach all parts of the game to the campers. 

Now its championship time! The first championship round was the 5on5 games.  The NBA and high school division championships was balanced throughout the week. Next was our Living By Numbers Championships. With so many returning campers, there was a lot of anticipation of who will be selected. Living by Numbers (LBN) program online has been extremely beneficial to most of the campers. Lastly the crowd favorite was 3on3 Cut Throat Championship. All week the campers have been earning points and learning different ways to be successful with their teams. Coaches, players, and parents enjoyed the intensity during the 3on3 games.


Championship Friday ended with our NIKE Awards Ceremony. All the campers received camps T-shirts, workbooks, players evaluations, and various fun prizes. Below is the list of LBN winners and the photos of the individual winners. We are sad the camp ended today, but we are more excited about the improvement of all the campers. See you next year St. Francis!


Living By Numbers Division Champions

Switch Cone Slides
HS: Matthew Hopkins and Gavin Gardella
COL: Eli Rothman
NBA: Kolby Johnson

Figure 8
HS: J Park
COL: Derrick Modest
NBA: John Sexton

Cone Layups
HS: J Park
COL: Landon Harkness
NBA: Jackson Bolgla

Hot Shot
HS: Brady Allen
COL: Eli Rothamn
NBA: Zach Morris

Individual Awards

High School:


M.O.U Award Receivers!
Hustle Award: Nolan Clement

MVP: Matthew Hopkins

College:
M.O.U Award: Matthew Cleveland

MVP: Derrick Modest

Offensive Award: Eli Rothman

NBA:

Coaches Award: Jake Borah

MVP: Christian Pleasant




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