Very few! We believe in rewarding good decisions, both on and off the court. We believe in creating a good work ethic. This can only come with rewarding players who are working together as a team for a common goal. Our teams use all players to run a motion offense with minimal focus on set plays. We believe if you teach a child the entire game, and not just one play or one position, they can then transition to any game situation and find success. The purpose of a motion offense is to develop decision-making skills for players of all ages and in any position on the court. This gives the player control and provides them the ability to act and react quicker in a variety of basketball situations.
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Why Elevation Basketball?
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What is a process oriented instruction and why do you use it?
What plays/offense do you run?
What type of defense do you run?
What is the Flyer Drill and why do you teach it?
How do you determine which team my son should be on?
Why do you travel to tournaments outside of the state?
Why do some teams play in league play and other primarily play tournaments?
Why do tryouts take place in March and October?
What should my player expect in the transition from U13 to U14 year?
Why are high school students offered a different set of skill options in the fall?