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Why Elevation Basketball? 
What type of time commitment can I be expected to make?  
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? 

Process oriented instruction focuses on the various steps a player needs to take to achieve a specific outcome.  We teach the process, not the outcome.  For example, when we teach shooting, we do not focus on the ball going through the basket, we focus on the proper process that need to take place in order to get the shot off in the first place.  This would include, but is not limited to, footwork, ball handling, posture, and shooting technique.