Session No. 1: Fundamentals First

June 8th – 11th, 2020, Grades 1st – 4th: 9AM-12PM, Grades 5th – 8th: 1PM – 4PM

Cost: $159.99 + Tax 

($175.99 after May 15, 2020 for Session #1 and June 30, 2020 for Session #2)


Hoop Dreams Summer Camps are 4-day experiences for players who are seeking development and improvement in ALL areas of their game. These sessions include competitive opportunities for players to showcase what they have learned in camp and implement it in game play.

Fundamentals First is an opportunity for players to engage in drills, skills and competitions to truly improve all areas of their basketball skill set.

Players will learn the importance of working on each and every aspect of their game while engaging in highly effective drills with high-quality game situations. This youth basketball camp is a perfect way to start your summer – getting better!

Areas of emphasis will include shooting, passing, competition, footwork, defense, speed, and agility. All participants in the Fundamentals First Camp will receive a T-Shirt for their participation.

Fundamentals First (K-4TH GRADE)
Fundamentals First (5TH-8TH GRADE)

The Shooting Lab

Session No. 1: June 15th -17th, 2020

Elementary (Grades 3rd-5th – MUST be able to shoot on 10 FT goal with ease): 9AM-12PM

Middle School: 1PM-4PM

Session No. 2: July 20th – 22nd, 2020

Middle School: 9AM-12PM

High School: 1PM-4PM


“The Shooting Lab” is our signature skills clinic that focuses solely on the shooting form and proper mechanics of each participant. Players will learn to master the art of shooting the basketball with precision to improve shooting accuracy. Players will break down their shooting form to its core, only to build and increase the muscle memory that all good shooters possess. Players will engage in thousands of repetitions throughout the three-day clinic to ensure the growth and confidence your player is seeking. This is a MUST for all players’ looking to put the ball in the basket!

THE SHOOTING LAB #2 (Middle School)
THE SHOOTING LAB # 2 (High School)

Point Guard Academy

Dates and Times:

July 6th-8th, 2020
Middle School: 9AM-12PM
High School: 1PM-4PM


HD’s Point Guard Academy is the ultimate experience for the devoted player. Our PG Academy is centered around the philosophy that “great players make everyone around them better.” Each day participants will participate in intense workouts that are strategically designed to develop them as both a player and a leader in their programs. Players will also learn the importance of practicing with enthusiasm and promoting a positive work ethic and attitude. Players will leave with the understanding of how to establish themselves as leaders both on and off the floor. You DO NOT have to be a Point Guard to attend this clinic — just a motivated player looking to grow not only their ball-handling and decision making skills, but also their ability to lead. Coaches will be utilizing film to critique and instruct throughout the 3-day event. This clinic is for focused players ONLY. There is limited space. Bring your work ethic and a desire to grow. 


The Elite Scoring Camp

Dates and Times:

July 27-29th, 2020
Middle School: 9AM-12PM
High School: 1PM-4PM


HD’s Elite Scoring Camp will feature all of the elements needed for a player to become an elite scorer. This skills clinic will teach players how to be more than just a shooter, but a true offensive threat ready to make an impact each and every time they step on the floor. Participants will learn how and when to be aggressive, to always put pressure on the defense, and how to be an elite scorer but also a great teammate. We will not be teaching ball-hogging skills — being an elite scorer means efficiency and consistency! Join our 3-day clinic if you are serious about accelerating your effectiveness on the court. This  is for players of all positions. This is NOT your average camp. Come focused and ready to work. For middle and high school players only.


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