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Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City presented by Score Basketball offers outstanding instruction from this area’s best basketball coaches and players in the finest facilities. All campers will be provided with a written evaluation of your skills, strengths, and areas of need; a packet of workout plans, a camp basketball and an official camp t-shirt. After attending Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City, you will have the tools and knowledge to continue your improvement. Give us a call today to learn more about how you can gain access to the very best Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City through Score Basketball. Our numbers 918-955-7160, and we look forward to making your better player and a better individual both on and off the court. You can also check us out online at www.scorebball.com for more information on all of our camps and private lessons.

During the Summer months many youth basketball players will attend Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City. It’s not easy for the kids to understand what a tremendous opportunity they have when they are fortunate enough to attend a camp. But as the kids grow up and get older, they develop better understanding and appreciation of many opportunities they had at younger ages. Attending a camp is one of the activities the kids and parents together will value and appreciate more as they get older.

It is common for the kids to think that a Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City is a place you go for a week, and then you come home and are all the sudden a great basketball player. If it was that easy, everybody would be a great player. Much like the idea that you can be a better player if you’re wearing air Jordans, basketball camps do not make you a great player. It’s all about what you for into a somewhat you take home after the sessions are finished. Our mission is to focus on self-discipline, determination, commitment, focus, and tenacity. With all of these things in mind we can help you win games and win in life.

The basketball camp is to learn how to play the game of basketball. The improvements happen when you leave the camp and go home to practice and develop the skills taught at the camp. Many kids don’t understand this. They think their job is to go to camp, work hard and do their best for a week. Not at all, the kid’s job just starts when the camp is over and they return home to practice and execute the skills taught at the camp. When camp is over, your parents job is done. Your parents signed you up, paid a very expensive fee in some cases, and arranged to get you to and from the camp. Get to work every day and devlop the basketball skills that you learned at camp – this is where the greatness starts! By the way, don’t forget to help and teach somebody else about what you learned at camp along the way. There are always a lot of little guys looking up to you that need your help – give it to them just like many have given to you. There is no better way to be rewarded for hard work than knowing you helped someone else get better.

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One of the things we love doing at Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City presented by Score Basketball is helping coaches become better at what they do. We do this by developing both defensive and offenses skill sets for your team. Developing offenses for your team is probably the most visible part of a coach’s job. After all, the object of the game is to put the ball in the basket. It is a vehicle that coaches use, not only to score, but to include players in their team concept, give them value and affect their self image. Want to see a player’s self esteem go up? Run a few plays for him and watch him score. Basketball Camps in Oklahoma City are designed to help players and coaches across Oklahoma area become better at the game of basketball all around. Call us today at 918-955-7160 for more information or visit us online at Score Basketball www.scorebball.com.

Your players have to know what they are expected to do within their offense and what their abilities and talent can bring to the team. This is an area that more coaches fail to address than any other. Do you want your 5-man to dribble and shoot 3’s? If not, you have to tell him, if you do, you have to tell him that, too. Do you want your 4’9″ point guard to post up on their 6-8 center? If not, you have to tell him. We have all had players who are great people, work very hard but could not hit water if they fell off a dock. Do you want him shooting 3’s when the best shooter in the state is the next pass? If not, you have to tell him. Coaches have trouble telling players not to shoot that shot. They are concerned about their player’s confidence or running the risk of not being liked. It is impossible to steer a player toward his strengths without pushing him away from his weaknesses.

Every offense has to have an objective. You should not run your number two play without teaching your team that the objective is to get the ball to John on the block. You might think that this is readily apparent due to the nature of the play, but it is not. Remember, you as a coach, developed the play and can see the big picture, players live pass to pass.

There are several different types of offenses and it is important that the type you choose is not only appropriate for your personnel, but something you are comfortable with. Once the ball goes up and the game starts, there is little you can do to make decisions for your players. You really have to decide what you can live with and what you can’t. Be sure to put those priorities into your practices so your players are more comfortable with them in game situations.

In a free form offense, player roles must be very clearly defined. Players must know who the shooters are, who the penetrators are and who the passers are. They must understand their own roles, the roles of their teammates, embrace those roles and play toward their strengths. They must understand that being open is not a good enough reason to shoot the ball if there is a better shooter open for the next pass.

 

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