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Jul
16
Mon
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League
Jul 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League @ HUB Sports Center

The Summer Volleyball league is a time for you to get your High School Volleyball season off to a great start.  The Summer League will have 2 levels of Competition, Varsity and Junior Varsity leagues.  The Gold Division is for schools with enrollment 1000+. The Silver Division is for schools with enrollment less than 1000.

 

The purpose of this league is to provide competition and maximize playing time for teams to work together prior to the fall volleyball season.  Teams are provided an opportunity to work with different line ups, integrate new players and systems.

 

The Summer League will be played on Monday or Tuesday nights beginning the week of July 9th and run for 4 weeks through July. Each team will play 2 matches (2 sets to 25 points) each week. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm and 8:00pm.  Teams are responsible for their own scorekeeping and officiating.

 

General Information

Uniforms – Will not be required, but a jersey with a number on it is strongly suggested.

Officials – Each team will collaborate with who they are playing to keep score and officiate.

Scorekeeping – Flipcards will be used as the official score.

Libero – The Libero will be used and must have a unique uniform.

Substitutions – There will be no limit on substitutions.

Warm-ups – The team that was not playing will have 10 minutes warm-up between matches.

Registration Fees

Team registration Fees will be $150 if received before June 1st. This means that it is less than $20/team per match. Late or as room allows registration will be $180.  We ask that this be in one check and be accompanied with a completed Team Registration Form. Upon receiving your Registration form your captains will be notified of your acceptance and a schedule and Waiver form will be sent out one week before the Summer League begins.

CLICK HERE for Registration form

CLICK HERE for Online Registration

 

Jul
17
Tue
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp
Jul 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team.

  • Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. Skyhawks’ cheer camp will ensure that each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is no stunting, just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and when available, a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football or basketball tournament!
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate cheerleader.
    Food to Bring: Two snacks & water bottle.
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Cheerleading (SSA101432)
Fee: $135.00
Date: 07/16/2018 – 07/20/2017  Days: M-F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Ages : 5 – 10
 Registration Link
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball)
Jul 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) @ HUB Sports Center
  • This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes.
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning athlete.
    Included with Purchase: T-shirt, sport ball and merit award.
    Food to Bring: Snack & water bottle
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) – SSA101431
Fee: $135.00
Date: 7/16/2018 – 7/20/2018  Days: M, Tu, W, Th, F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Organization: Skyhawks
Ages : 4-7
Pickleball Drop In
Jul 17 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Drop in and play some pickleball with us!  The HUB has rackets, balls and nets you can use.

 

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Pickleball Drop In
Jul 17 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Drop in and play this fantastic sport.  Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

What is Pickleball?  Visit our Pickleball page to find videos and more information.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Northwest Taekwondo Academy
Jul 17 @ 4:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Northwest Taekwondo Academy @ HUB Sports Center

Our children’s Taekwondo program is geared towards the development of discipline and self-esteem. As they progress we will focus on leadership qualities and skills as well. Our unique program strives to teach children skills that prepare them for life, as well as self-defense techniques enabling the child to defend him/herself when the need arises.

Classes tuition: $45/month (once per week) or $80/month (twice per week)

*Uniforms (dobak) are not included in tuition costs.

Classes meet:

Tuesday Thursday
5:00-5:45pm

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

5:45-6:30pm

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

6:30-7:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

7:45-8:45pm

 

Adults

Mr. Himebaugh has more that 28 years of experience in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, & Kenpo Karate.

He is a 3rd Degree Kukkiwon Certified Black Belt in Taekwondo.

Mr. Himebaugh has been instructing Taekwondo for 15 years. He has taught hundreds of students and lead more than 10 students to achieve the level of 1st Dan Black Belt and beyond.

He brings with him an enthusiasm to teach and continue to mentor youth and adults in the art of Taekwondo.

 

Contact for more information:

Phone: (509) 994-7933 Mr. Himebaugh 
http://www.facebook.com/nwtkdacademy/

Click here to register

Catch Spokane Basketball Men’s League
Jul 17 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Catch Spokane Basketball Men's League @ HUB Sports Center

Former college and professional players,  regional college recruits, current standout varsity high school players, online stats and league tracking app, Hudl highlights, Wooter apparel uniforms, SPOKANE ELITE player/coaches, NBA (23’9″) three-point line, and WIAA certified referees all for 7 games plus playoffs.

More info coming Soon!  

Details – League start June 26

Where– The Hub-Liberty Lake

Game Days– Tuesday nights from 6-9pm

Register HERE: https://catchspokane.org/

HUB Summer HS Volleyball League
Jul 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League @ HUB Sports Center

The Summer Volleyball league is a time for you to get your High School Volleyball season off to a great start.  The Summer League will have 2 levels of Competition, Varsity and Junior Varsity leagues.  The Gold Division is for schools with enrollment 1000+. The Silver Division is for schools with enrollment less than 1000.

 

The purpose of this league is to provide competition and maximize playing time for teams to work together prior to the fall volleyball season.  Teams are provided an opportunity to work with different line ups, integrate new players and systems.

 

The Summer League will be played on Monday or Tuesday nights beginning the week of July 9th and run for 4 weeks through July. Each team will play 2 matches (2 sets to 25 points) each week. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm and 8:00pm.  Teams are responsible for their own scorekeeping and officiating.

 

General Information

Uniforms – Will not be required, but a jersey with a number on it is strongly suggested.

Officials – Each team will collaborate with who they are playing to keep score and officiate.

Scorekeeping – Flipcards will be used as the official score.

Libero – The Libero will be used and must have a unique uniform.

Substitutions – There will be no limit on substitutions.

Warm-ups – The team that was not playing will have 10 minutes warm-up between matches.

Registration Fees

Team registration Fees will be $150 if received before June 1st. This means that it is less than $20/team per match. Late or as room allows registration will be $180.  We ask that this be in one check and be accompanied with a completed Team Registration Form. Upon receiving your Registration form your captains will be notified of your acceptance and a schedule and Waiver form will be sent out one week before the Summer League begins.

CLICK HERE for Registration form

CLICK HERE for Online Registration

 

Jul
18
Wed
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp
Jul 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team.

  • Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. Skyhawks’ cheer camp will ensure that each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is no stunting, just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and when available, a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football or basketball tournament!
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate cheerleader.
    Food to Bring: Two snacks & water bottle.
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Cheerleading (SSA101432)
Fee: $135.00
Date: 07/16/2018 – 07/20/2017  Days: M-F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Ages : 5 – 10
 Registration Link
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball)
Jul 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) @ HUB Sports Center
  • This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes.
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning athlete.
    Included with Purchase: T-shirt, sport ball and merit award.
    Food to Bring: Snack & water bottle
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) – SSA101431
Fee: $135.00
Date: 7/16/2018 – 7/20/2018  Days: M, Tu, W, Th, F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Organization: Skyhawks
Ages : 4-7
Pickleball Drop In
Jul 18 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Drop in and play this fantastic sport.  Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

What is Pickleball?  Visit our Pickleball page to find videos and more information.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Pickleball Evening Drop In
Jul 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Drop in and play some pickleball with us!  The HUB has rackets, balls and nets you can use.

 

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Jul
19
Thu
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp
Jul 19 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team.

  • Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. Skyhawks’ cheer camp will ensure that each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is no stunting, just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and when available, a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football or basketball tournament!
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate cheerleader.
    Food to Bring: Two snacks & water bottle.
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Cheerleading (SSA101432)
Fee: $135.00
Date: 07/16/2018 – 07/20/2017  Days: M-F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Ages : 5 – 10
 Registration Link
Police Activities League
Jul 19 @ 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Police Activities League @ HUB Sports Center

The Police Activity League is a partnership between HUB Sports Center, Spokane Valley Police Department, Liberty Lake Police Department, Central Valley and East Valley School Districts.  This event is about providing opportunities for our youth to interact with local law enforcement in a positive activity and help establish respect and understanding.

Participating youth need to be pre-registered before attending.  The day will consist of group games, lunch, and rotating through various sport stations as well as a STEM station.

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Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball)
Jul 19 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) @ HUB Sports Center
  • This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes.
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning athlete.
    Included with Purchase: T-shirt, sport ball and merit award.
    Food to Bring: Snack & water bottle
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) – SSA101431
Fee: $135.00
Date: 7/16/2018 – 7/20/2018  Days: M, Tu, W, Th, F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Organization: Skyhawks
Ages : 4-7
Pickleball Drop In
Jul 19 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Drop in and play some pickleball with us!  The HUB has rackets, balls and nets you can use.

 

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Pickleball Drop In
Jul 19 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Drop in and play this fantastic sport.  Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

What is Pickleball?  Visit our Pickleball page to find videos and more information.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Northwest Taekwondo Academy
Jul 19 @ 4:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Northwest Taekwondo Academy @ HUB Sports Center

Our children’s Taekwondo program is geared towards the development of discipline and self-esteem. As they progress we will focus on leadership qualities and skills as well. Our unique program strives to teach children skills that prepare them for life, as well as self-defense techniques enabling the child to defend him/herself when the need arises.

Classes tuition: $45/month (once per week) or $80/month (twice per week)

*Uniforms (dobak) are not included in tuition costs.

Classes meet:

Tuesday Thursday
5:00-5:45pm

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

5:45-6:30pm

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

6:30-7:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

7:45-8:45pm

 

Adults

Mr. Himebaugh has more that 28 years of experience in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, & Kenpo Karate.

He is a 3rd Degree Kukkiwon Certified Black Belt in Taekwondo.

Mr. Himebaugh has been instructing Taekwondo for 15 years. He has taught hundreds of students and lead more than 10 students to achieve the level of 1st Dan Black Belt and beyond.

He brings with him an enthusiasm to teach and continue to mentor youth and adults in the art of Taekwondo.

 

Contact for more information:

Phone: (509) 994-7933 Mr. Himebaugh 
http://www.facebook.com/nwtkdacademy/

Click here to register

Jul
20
Fri
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Cheerleading Camp @ HUB Sports Center

Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team.

  • Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. Skyhawks’ cheer camp will ensure that each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is no stunting, just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and when available, a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football or basketball tournament!
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate cheerleader.
    Food to Bring: Two snacks & water bottle.
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Cheerleading (SSA101432)
Fee: $135.00
Date: 07/16/2018 – 07/20/2017  Days: M-F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Ages : 5 – 10
 Registration Link
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball)
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) @ HUB Sports Center
  • This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes.
  • Ability Level: This camp is perfect for the beginning athlete.
    Included with Purchase: T-shirt, sport ball and merit award.
    Food to Bring: Snack & water bottle
    Gear to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water bottle, comfortable athletic shoes and sunscreen.

 

Program Name: Mini-Hawk Camp (Soccer, Baseball & Basketball) – SSA101431
Fee: $135.00
Date: 7/16/2018 – 7/20/2018  Days: M, Tu, W, Th, F
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Organization: Skyhawks
Ages : 4-7
Jul
22
Sun
Pickleball Evening Drop In
Jul 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Drop in and play some pickleball with us!  The HUB has rackets, balls and nets you can use.

 

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Jul
23
Mon
Pickleball Drop In
Jul 23 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Drop in and play this fantastic sport.  Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

What is Pickleball?  Visit our Pickleball page to find videos and more information.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

HUB Summer HS Volleyball League
Jul 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League @ HUB Sports Center

The Summer Volleyball league is a time for you to get your High School Volleyball season off to a great start.  The Summer League will have 2 levels of Competition, Varsity and Junior Varsity leagues.  The Gold Division is for schools with enrollment 1000+. The Silver Division is for schools with enrollment less than 1000.

 

The purpose of this league is to provide competition and maximize playing time for teams to work together prior to the fall volleyball season.  Teams are provided an opportunity to work with different line ups, integrate new players and systems.

 

The Summer League will be played on Monday or Tuesday nights beginning the week of July 9th and run for 4 weeks through July. Each team will play 2 matches (2 sets to 25 points) each week. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm and 8:00pm.  Teams are responsible for their own scorekeeping and officiating.

 

General Information

Uniforms – Will not be required, but a jersey with a number on it is strongly suggested.

Officials – Each team will collaborate with who they are playing to keep score and officiate.

Scorekeeping – Flipcards will be used as the official score.

Libero – The Libero will be used and must have a unique uniform.

Substitutions – There will be no limit on substitutions.

Warm-ups – The team that was not playing will have 10 minutes warm-up between matches.

Registration Fees

Team registration Fees will be $150 if received before June 1st. This means that it is less than $20/team per match. Late or as room allows registration will be $180.  We ask that this be in one check and be accompanied with a completed Team Registration Form. Upon receiving your Registration form your captains will be notified of your acceptance and a schedule and Waiver form will be sent out one week before the Summer League begins.

CLICK HERE for Registration form

CLICK HERE for Online Registration

 

Jul
24
Tue
PlayUnplugged SV Brag Badge College
Jul 24 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
PlayUnplugged SV Brag Badge College @ HUB Sports Center

Play Unplugged is happening Summer 2018 for elementary students. HUB Sports Center is hosting a Brag Badge College where student can come and earn multiple badges at one time and location.  Join us between 3:00-6:00pm on June 28, July 24, and/or August 22 at the HUB Sports Center.

Play Unplugged is all about encouraging kids to put down their electronics so they can get out and play. It all begins with providing the right kind of motivation. The kind that get’s kids playing and active without them even knowing it. This motivation is based on the Brag Badge. Kids earn a Brag Badge for every activity they complete. Each Brag Badge has points they can collect and then turn in for real life rewards as defined by their parents. Our goal is to help kids re-engage with the real world, help parents plan a fun and exciting summer and give much needed visibility to local businesses.

What is a Brag Badge? A Brag Badge is a plastic tag, somewhat resembling a “military dog tag” that represents a Play Unplugged challenge or activity. On the front of the Brag Badge you’ll find one of our Braggers representing specific activity. On the back of the badge, you’ll find information used for tracking the badge.

Each badge has been sequentially numbered and contains the title of the activity as well as a point allocation we call Brags. The more difficult the activity associated to the badge, the higher the Brags. These Brags can then be tracked and used in drawings, contests, etc. Special attention to every detail has been considered to ensure each Brag Badge maintains a highly collectible feel and desirability.

Head to www.weplayunplugged.com for more information about the program.

2018 Brag Badges Sponsored By:
Baker – Just Chillin’ Eats & Sweets
Ball Catcher – Spokane Indians
Basketball Baller – HUB Sports Center
Bike Rider – The Bike Hub
Book Hunter – STCU HQ
Bouncer – Spokane Gymnastics
Car Washer – AutoCraft
Caught Ya – Spokane Valley Police Department
Collector – Modern Electric Water Co.
Dancer – Emily Osborne – State Farm Agent
Donator – Washington Trust Bank
Dough Maker – Alaska USA
Duct Tape Master – Humanix
Exerciser – Strikezone Arena
Explorer – Horizon Credit Union
Fort Maker – Viking Builders, LLC
Gear Head – Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson
Gold Star Kid – PACE Partners Advancing Character Education
Hero Hunter – Spokane Valley Fire Department
Hiker – Gee Automotive Companies
Jumping Jack – Hayden Homes, LLC
Lemonade Squeezer – Numerica Credit Union
Money Maker – INB
Paper Pilot – BECU
Politician – City of Liberty Lake
Putter – Umpqua Bank
Reader – Spokane County Library District
Road Warrior – Dishman Dodge Ram Chrysler Jeep
Room Cleaner – Windermere Valley/Liberty Lake
Seat Belter – Dishman Dodge Ram Chrysler Jeep
Super Saver – STCU
Swimmer – Advanced Dermatology & Skin Surgery
Teddy Bear Doctor – MultiCare Health System – Inland NW
Tooth Tickler – KiDDS Dental
Treasure Hunter – Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson
Volunteer – STCU HQ

Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

In this 3-day camp for high school, and middle school players, they will improve your overall skills like ball handling and shooting — however a big emphasis of the camp will be “decision making”. Players will learn when to pass, when to shoot, when to dribble, when to drive, angles to take, how to be more aggressive, and more.  The camp is for boys and girls from 7th grade to 12th grade who are SERIOUS basketball players that want to get better.

What Will Players Get out of the Camp?

Here’s a brief summary of what you’ll get out of this 3-day camp…

Improve Your Ball handling

Considerable time will be spent on your dribbling and passing skills — allowing you to reduce turnovers, handle any game situation, improve decision making, and improve overall ball handling skill.

Improve Your 1on1 Moves

You will learn how to beat your defender off the dribble, when to attack, how to create space, and how to develop a more explosive first move. In today’s game, so many players misuse the dribble. They use it and lose their advantage against the defense. You will learn how to effectively use the dribble and cover more space with fewer dribbles at a faster pace.

Improve Confidence

During the camp, Coach Edwards will teach the mental aspects of the game, help you build confidence, and become more aggressive. You will learn how to train your mind not just physical skills.

Improve Decision Making

A major emphasis of the camp will be to improve decision making using Chris Oliver’s BDT (Basketball Decision Training) methods. You will improve your ability to think and act in decisive ways. The unique decision making drills and skills will help you perform under pressure at the highest level.

Improve Shooting

Shooting is a critical skill to be an effective player. You’ll learn Jamal Edward’s keys to effective shooting and experience a variety of shooting drills to help you improve accuracy and ability to score points.

Become More Aggressive

One of the biggest benefits to the BDT training camp is the development of a confident attacking mindset. The drills, tools, and knowledge you’ll receive at the camp will help you become more aggressive and assertive in games.

Improve Speed & Agility

Throughout the camp, Coach Edwards will integrate speed and agility drills to help you improve defense, your first step, and overall agility.

Finishing Moves

With a ball in your hands throughout most of the camp, you’ll get opportunities to improve your finishing moves and ability to finish at the basket. You’ll learn what to do with the ball after you beat your defender and how to score more points.

Campers will leave with a better sense of self and a better understanding of what it takes to be successful in basketball and, in turn, every aspect of life. We will address technical, tactical and applied aspects of basketball that will help a player develop their game beyond the level they are currently at.

What is BDT (Basketball Decision Training)?

In this 3-day camp you will improve your overall skills like ball handling and shooting — however a big emphasis of the camp will be “decision making”…

Players will learn when to pass, when to shoot, when to dribble, when to drive, angles to take, how to be more aggressive, and more.

The BDT methods will:

  • Train the mind of players to make faster decisions within the practice environment
  • Improve the ability to think and act in decisive ways
  • Develop a confident attacking mindset
  • Learn how to train your mind not just physical skills
  • Identification, cause and correction of the most common fundamental errors
  • Knowledge of the skills necessary to catch, shoot, dribble and attack on offense
  • Game-like understanding of the application of perimeter offensive skills

During the camp, Coach Edwards will use decision training drills and rhythm clapping to enhance the teaching of basketball’s most important offensive skills – shooting, passing, dribbling and 1 on 1 moves. Combining decision training with rhythmic clapping enhances the learning experience for the player due to:

  • Increases in motivation
  • Stimulation of creativity
  • Development of an awareness of basketball rhythm
  • Repetition of all the fundamentals without getting bored
  • Work is done with effortless concentration
  • Development and refinement of basketball skills at game speed
  • Awareness of the continual possibility of improvement

Coaches will promote a fun and safe environment that encourages positive and purposeful learning experiences.

 

Who is Jamal Edwards?

Coach Jamal Edwards has had the opportunity to learn the BDT concepts from our very own Coach Chris Oliver who has put on over 100 BDT Camps throughout the United States. Jamal’s road to how he got to this point in his life is outlined below.

  • During a basketball course in his senior year of college, Coach Edwards had an assignment to teach one offensive drill and one defensive drill to a group of classmates.  His group consisted of international students with no experience in basketball and English was their 2nd language.  He felt at ease instructing his group through the drills, and it was from that experience he realized his true calling, “coaching”.
  • Coach Edwards was invited back to be an assistant coach at his alma mater (University of Windsor) and wasted no time in making an immediate impact.  Under the guidance of current Head Basketball Coach Chris Oliver, Coach Edwards mastered the key components of Oliver’s Basketball Decision Training (BDT) and was responsible for player development and recruiting.
  • Having a desire to give back to those who gave so much to him, Coach Edwards started the Taylor Made Basketball Academy (2005) in efforts to give the kids from his hometown the same instruction he was exposed to.
  • After executing many successful events through the Taylor Made Basketball Academy, Coach Edwards realized teaching fundamentals and discipline needed far longer than a 3-5 day camp to make a lasting impact in the lives of youth.  Now he’s offering programs targeting underserved communities (inner city, rural, international and military youth), through Taylor Made Prep in Phoenix, AZ (2014).
  • Coach Edwards is committed to spreading his passion for academics, athletics, and the benefits of organized sports from the grassroots level to his post graduate college sports prep program.
  • He has played at Alpena Community College, University of Minnesota- Crookston, the University of Windsor, and in Switzerland, Germany, and Austria
  • Coach Edwards has worked camps throughout Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa (Breakthrough Basketball), Kentucky, Arizona, and Ontario, Canada.
  • In addition to coaching at multiple levels (College Basketball, AAU, Nike Elite Training Programs), Coach Edwards has trained and developed multiple Division I student athletes.
  • Coach Edwards has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Windsor and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Sports Management at American Public University.
Pickleball Drop In
Jul 24 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Drop in and play some pickleball with us!  The HUB has rackets, balls and nets you can use.

 

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Pickleball Drop In
Jul 24 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Drop in and play this fantastic sport.  Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

What is Pickleball?  Visit our Pickleball page to find videos and more information.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Northwest Taekwondo Academy
Jul 24 @ 4:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Northwest Taekwondo Academy @ HUB Sports Center

Our children’s Taekwondo program is geared towards the development of discipline and self-esteem. As they progress we will focus on leadership qualities and skills as well. Our unique program strives to teach children skills that prepare them for life, as well as self-defense techniques enabling the child to defend him/herself when the need arises.

Classes tuition: $45/month (once per week) or $80/month (twice per week)

*Uniforms (dobak) are not included in tuition costs.

Classes meet:

Tuesday Thursday
5:00-5:45pm

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

5:45-6:30pm

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

6:30-7:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

7:45-8:45pm

 

Adults

Mr. Himebaugh has more that 28 years of experience in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, & Kenpo Karate.

He is a 3rd Degree Kukkiwon Certified Black Belt in Taekwondo.

Mr. Himebaugh has been instructing Taekwondo for 15 years. He has taught hundreds of students and lead more than 10 students to achieve the level of 1st Dan Black Belt and beyond.

He brings with him an enthusiasm to teach and continue to mentor youth and adults in the art of Taekwondo.

 

Contact for more information:

Phone: (509) 994-7933 Mr. Himebaugh 
http://www.facebook.com/nwtkdacademy/

Click here to register

Catch Spokane Basketball Men’s League
Jul 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Catch Spokane Basketball Men's League @ HUB Sports Center

Former college and professional players,  regional college recruits, current standout varsity high school players, online stats and league tracking app, Hudl highlights, Wooter apparel uniforms, SPOKANE ELITE player/coaches, NBA (23’9″) three-point line, and WIAA certified referees all for 7 games plus playoffs.

More info coming Soon!  

Details – League start June 26

Where– The Hub-Liberty Lake

Game Days– Tuesday nights from 6-9pm

Register HERE: https://catchspokane.org/

HUB Summer HS Volleyball League
Jul 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League @ HUB Sports Center

The Summer Volleyball league is a time for you to get your High School Volleyball season off to a great start.  The Summer League will have 2 levels of Competition, Varsity and Junior Varsity leagues.  The Gold Division is for schools with enrollment 1000+. The Silver Division is for schools with enrollment less than 1000.

 

The purpose of this league is to provide competition and maximize playing time for teams to work together prior to the fall volleyball season.  Teams are provided an opportunity to work with different line ups, integrate new players and systems.

 

The Summer League will be played on Monday or Tuesday nights beginning the week of July 9th and run for 4 weeks through July. Each team will play 2 matches (2 sets to 25 points) each week. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm and 8:00pm.  Teams are responsible for their own scorekeeping and officiating.

 

General Information

Uniforms – Will not be required, but a jersey with a number on it is strongly suggested.

Officials – Each team will collaborate with who they are playing to keep score and officiate.

Scorekeeping – Flipcards will be used as the official score.

Libero – The Libero will be used and must have a unique uniform.

Substitutions – There will be no limit on substitutions.

Warm-ups – The team that was not playing will have 10 minutes warm-up between matches.

Registration Fees

Team registration Fees will be $150 if received before June 1st. This means that it is less than $20/team per match. Late or as room allows registration will be $180.  We ask that this be in one check and be accompanied with a completed Team Registration Form. Upon receiving your Registration form your captains will be notified of your acceptance and a schedule and Waiver form will be sent out one week before the Summer League begins.

CLICK HERE for Registration form

CLICK HERE for Online Registration

 

Jul
25
Wed
Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp
Jul 25 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

In this 3-day camp for high school, and middle school players, they will improve your overall skills like ball handling and shooting — however a big emphasis of the camp will be “decision making”. Players will learn when to pass, when to shoot, when to dribble, when to drive, angles to take, how to be more aggressive, and more.  The camp is for boys and girls from 7th grade to 12th grade who are SERIOUS basketball players that want to get better.

What Will Players Get out of the Camp?

Here’s a brief summary of what you’ll get out of this 3-day camp…

Improve Your Ball handling

Considerable time will be spent on your dribbling and passing skills — allowing you to reduce turnovers, handle any game situation, improve decision making, and improve overall ball handling skill.

Improve Your 1on1 Moves

You will learn how to beat your defender off the dribble, when to attack, how to create space, and how to develop a more explosive first move. In today’s game, so many players misuse the dribble. They use it and lose their advantage against the defense. You will learn how to effectively use the dribble and cover more space with fewer dribbles at a faster pace.

Improve Confidence

During the camp, Coach Edwards will teach the mental aspects of the game, help you build confidence, and become more aggressive. You will learn how to train your mind not just physical skills.

Improve Decision Making

A major emphasis of the camp will be to improve decision making using Chris Oliver’s BDT (Basketball Decision Training) methods. You will improve your ability to think and act in decisive ways. The unique decision making drills and skills will help you perform under pressure at the highest level.

Improve Shooting

Shooting is a critical skill to be an effective player. You’ll learn Jamal Edward’s keys to effective shooting and experience a variety of shooting drills to help you improve accuracy and ability to score points.

Become More Aggressive

One of the biggest benefits to the BDT training camp is the development of a confident attacking mindset. The drills, tools, and knowledge you’ll receive at the camp will help you become more aggressive and assertive in games.

Improve Speed & Agility

Throughout the camp, Coach Edwards will integrate speed and agility drills to help you improve defense, your first step, and overall agility.

Finishing Moves

With a ball in your hands throughout most of the camp, you’ll get opportunities to improve your finishing moves and ability to finish at the basket. You’ll learn what to do with the ball after you beat your defender and how to score more points.

Campers will leave with a better sense of self and a better understanding of what it takes to be successful in basketball and, in turn, every aspect of life. We will address technical, tactical and applied aspects of basketball that will help a player develop their game beyond the level they are currently at.

What is BDT (Basketball Decision Training)?

In this 3-day camp you will improve your overall skills like ball handling and shooting — however a big emphasis of the camp will be “decision making”…

Players will learn when to pass, when to shoot, when to dribble, when to drive, angles to take, how to be more aggressive, and more.

The BDT methods will:

  • Train the mind of players to make faster decisions within the practice environment
  • Improve the ability to think and act in decisive ways
  • Develop a confident attacking mindset
  • Learn how to train your mind not just physical skills
  • Identification, cause and correction of the most common fundamental errors
  • Knowledge of the skills necessary to catch, shoot, dribble and attack on offense
  • Game-like understanding of the application of perimeter offensive skills

During the camp, Coach Edwards will use decision training drills and rhythm clapping to enhance the teaching of basketball’s most important offensive skills – shooting, passing, dribbling and 1 on 1 moves. Combining decision training with rhythmic clapping enhances the learning experience for the player due to:

  • Increases in motivation
  • Stimulation of creativity
  • Development of an awareness of basketball rhythm
  • Repetition of all the fundamentals without getting bored
  • Work is done with effortless concentration
  • Development and refinement of basketball skills at game speed
  • Awareness of the continual possibility of improvement

Coaches will promote a fun and safe environment that encourages positive and purposeful learning experiences.

 

Who is Jamal Edwards?

Coach Jamal Edwards has had the opportunity to learn the BDT concepts from our very own Coach Chris Oliver who has put on over 100 BDT Camps throughout the United States. Jamal’s road to how he got to this point in his life is outlined below.

  • During a basketball course in his senior year of college, Coach Edwards had an assignment to teach one offensive drill and one defensive drill to a group of classmates.  His group consisted of international students with no experience in basketball and English was their 2nd language.  He felt at ease instructing his group through the drills, and it was from that experience he realized his true calling, “coaching”.
  • Coach Edwards was invited back to be an assistant coach at his alma mater (University of Windsor) and wasted no time in making an immediate impact.  Under the guidance of current Head Basketball Coach Chris Oliver, Coach Edwards mastered the key components of Oliver’s Basketball Decision Training (BDT) and was responsible for player development and recruiting.
  • Having a desire to give back to those who gave so much to him, Coach Edwards started the Taylor Made Basketball Academy (2005) in efforts to give the kids from his hometown the same instruction he was exposed to.
  • After executing many successful events through the Taylor Made Basketball Academy, Coach Edwards realized teaching fundamentals and discipline needed far longer than a 3-5 day camp to make a lasting impact in the lives of youth.  Now he’s offering programs targeting underserved communities (inner city, rural, international and military youth), through Taylor Made Prep in Phoenix, AZ (2014).
  • Coach Edwards is committed to spreading his passion for academics, athletics, and the benefits of organized sports from the grassroots level to his post graduate college sports prep program.
  • He has played at Alpena Community College, University of Minnesota- Crookston, the University of Windsor, and in Switzerland, Germany, and Austria
  • Coach Edwards has worked camps throughout Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa (Breakthrough Basketball), Kentucky, Arizona, and Ontario, Canada.
  • In addition to coaching at multiple levels (College Basketball, AAU, Nike Elite Training Programs), Coach Edwards has trained and developed multiple Division I student athletes.
  • Coach Edwards has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Windsor and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Sports Management at American Public University.
Pickleball Drop In
Jul 25 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Drop in and play this fantastic sport.  Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

What is Pickleball?  Visit our Pickleball page to find videos and more information.

Need to find the dates and times of play?  Visit our Pickleball page.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Pickleball Tournament Prep Drills (3.0-4.0 Skill Levels)
Jul 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Pickleball Evening Drop In
Jul 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Drop in and play some pickleball with us!  The HUB has rackets, balls and nets you can use.

 

Please check the Pickleball page to confirm this night is “in play”.

http://www.hubsportscenter.org/pickleball

Jul
26
Thu
Police Activities League
Jul 26 @ 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Police Activities League @ HUB Sports Center

The Police Activity League is a partnership between HUB Sports Center, Spokane Valley Police Department, Liberty Lake Police Department, Central Valley and East Valley School Districts.  This event is about providing opportunities for our youth to interact with local law enforcement in a positive activity and help establish respect and understanding.

Participating youth need to be pre-registered before attending.  The day will consist of group games, lunch, and rotating through various sport stations as well as a STEM station.

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Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp
Jul 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakthrough Basketball Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

In this 3-day camp for high school, and middle school players, they will improve your overall skills like ball handling and shooting — however a big emphasis of the camp will be “decision making”. Players will learn when to pass, when to shoot, when to dribble, when to drive, angles to take, how to be more aggressive, and more.  The camp is for boys and girls from 7th grade to 12th grade who are SERIOUS basketball players that want to get better.

What Will Players Get out of the Camp?

Here’s a brief summary of what you’ll get out of this 3-day camp…

Improve Your Ball handling

Considerable time will be spent on your dribbling and passing skills — allowing you to reduce turnovers, handle any game situation, improve decision making, and improve overall ball handling skill.

Improve Your 1on1 Moves

You will learn how to beat your defender off the dribble, when to attack, how to create space, and how to develop a more explosive first move. In today’s game, so many players misuse the dribble. They use it and lose their advantage against the defense. You will learn how to effectively use the dribble and cover more space with fewer dribbles at a faster pace.

Improve Confidence

During the camp, Coach Edwards will teach the mental aspects of the game, help you build confidence, and become more aggressive. You will learn how to train your mind not just physical skills.

Improve Decision Making

A major emphasis of the camp will be to improve decision making using Chris Oliver’s BDT (Basketball Decision Training) methods. You will improve your ability to think and act in decisive ways. The unique decision making drills and skills will help you perform under pressure at the highest level.

Improve Shooting

Shooting is a critical skill to be an effective player. You’ll learn Jamal Edward’s keys to effective shooting and experience a variety of shooting drills to help you improve accuracy and ability to score points.

Become More Aggressive

One of the biggest benefits to the BDT training camp is the development of a confident attacking mindset. The drills, tools, and knowledge you’ll receive at the camp will help you become more aggressive and assertive in games.

Improve Speed & Agility

Throughout the camp, Coach Edwards will integrate speed and agility drills to help you improve defense, your first step, and overall agility.

Finishing Moves

With a ball in your hands throughout most of the camp, you’ll get opportunities to improve your finishing moves and ability to finish at the basket. You’ll learn what to do with the ball after you beat your defender and how to score more points.

Campers will leave with a better sense of self and a better understanding of what it takes to be successful in basketball and, in turn, every aspect of life. We will address technical, tactical and applied aspects of basketball that will help a player develop their game beyond the level they are currently at.

What is BDT (Basketball Decision Training)?

In this 3-day camp you will improve your overall skills like ball handling and shooting — however a big emphasis of the camp will be “decision making”…

Players will learn when to pass, when to shoot, when to dribble, when to drive, angles to take, how to be more aggressive, and more.

The BDT methods will:

  • Train the mind of players to make faster decisions within the practice environment
  • Improve the ability to think and act in decisive ways
  • Develop a confident attacking mindset
  • Learn how to train your mind not just physical skills
  • Identification, cause and correction of the most common fundamental errors
  • Knowledge of the skills necessary to catch, shoot, dribble and attack on offense
  • Game-like understanding of the application of perimeter offensive skills

During the camp, Coach Edwards will use decision training drills and rhythm clapping to enhance the teaching of basketball’s most important offensive skills – shooting, passing, dribbling and 1 on 1 moves. Combining decision training with rhythmic clapping enhances the learning experience for the player due to:

  • Increases in motivation
  • Stimulation of creativity
  • Development of an awareness of basketball rhythm
  • Repetition of all the fundamentals without getting bored
  • Work is done with effortless concentration
  • Development and refinement of basketball skills at game speed
  • Awareness of the continual possibility of improvement

Coaches will promote a fun and safe environment that encourages positive and purposeful learning experiences.

 

Who is Jamal Edwards?

Coach Jamal Edwards has had the opportunity to learn the BDT concepts from our very own Coach Chris Oliver who has put on over 100 BDT Camps throughout the United States. Jamal’s road to how he got to this point in his life is outlined below.

  • During a basketball course in his senior year of college, Coach Edwards had an assignment to teach one offensive drill and one defensive drill to a group of classmates.  His group consisted of international students with no experience in basketball and English was their 2nd language.  He felt at ease instructing his group through the drills, and it was from that experience he realized his true calling, “coaching”.
  • Coach Edwards was invited back to be an assistant coach at his alma mater (University of Windsor) and wasted no time in making an immediate impact.  Under the guidance of current Head Basketball Coach Chris Oliver, Coach Edwards mastered the key components of Oliver’s Basketball Decision Training (BDT) and was responsible for player development and recruiting.
  • Having a desire to give back to those who gave so much to him, Coach Edwards started the Taylor Made Basketball Academy (2005) in efforts to give the kids from his hometown the same instruction he was exposed to.
  • After executing many successful events through the Taylor Made Basketball Academy, Coach Edwards realized teaching fundamentals and discipline needed far longer than a 3-5 day camp to make a lasting impact in the lives of youth.  Now he’s offering programs targeting underserved communities (inner city, rural, international and military youth), through Taylor Made Prep in Phoenix, AZ (2014).
  • Coach Edwards is committed to spreading his passion for academics, athletics, and the benefits of organized sports from the grassroots level to his post graduate college sports prep program.
  • He has played at Alpena Community College, University of Minnesota- Crookston, the University of Windsor, and in Switzerland, Germany, and Austria
  • Coach Edwards has worked camps throughout Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa (Breakthrough Basketball), Kentucky, Arizona, and Ontario, Canada.
  • In addition to coaching at multiple levels (College Basketball, AAU, Nike Elite Training Programs), Coach Edwards has trained and developed multiple Division I student athletes.
  • Coach Edwards has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Windsor and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Sports Management at American Public University.
Northwest Taekwondo Academy
Jul 26 @ 4:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Northwest Taekwondo Academy @ HUB Sports Center

Our children’s Taekwondo program is geared towards the development of discipline and self-esteem. As they progress we will focus on leadership qualities and skills as well. Our unique program strives to teach children skills that prepare them for life, as well as self-defense techniques enabling the child to defend him/herself when the need arises.

Classes tuition: $45/month (once per week) or $80/month (twice per week)

*Uniforms (dobak) are not included in tuition costs.

Classes meet:

Tuesday Thursday
5:00-5:45pm

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

4-6 Year Olds

7+ White & Yellow Belts

 

5:45-6:30pm

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

Orange/Green/Blue

 

6:30-7:15pm

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

Purple/Red/Black

 

7:45-8:45pm

 

Adults

Mr. Himebaugh has more that 28 years of experience in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Judo, & Kenpo Karate.

He is a 3rd Degree Kukkiwon Certified Black Belt in Taekwondo.

Mr. Himebaugh has been instructing Taekwondo for 15 years. He has taught hundreds of students and lead more than 10 students to achieve the level of 1st Dan Black Belt and beyond.

He brings with him an enthusiasm to teach and continue to mentor youth and adults in the art of Taekwondo.

 

Contact for more information:

Phone: (509) 994-7933 Mr. Himebaugh 
http://www.facebook.com/nwtkdacademy/

Click here to register

Jul
27
Fri
Breakthrough Basketball Youth Skills Camp
Jul 27 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakthrough Basketball Youth Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

We’re excited to provide this 3 day youth and middle school camp with Coach Natalie Knight, that focuses on developing the complete player. You will develop shooting, ball handling, passing, footwork, defense, rebounding, athleticism, and other essential skills to become a great a basketball player. This camp is for boys & girls 4th-9th grades.

  • You will learn the techniques and skill needed to become a great shooter.
  • You will learn the essential skills to becoming a great ball handler… no fluff.
  • You will learn how to make more lay ups.
  • You will learn how to become a defensive stopper and rebounding machine.
  • You will learn the critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.
  • Basically, we will teach you all of the critical skills and concepts that coaches love and help players excel.

Here are some of the topics covered throughout the camp:

Ball Handling

  • Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball.
  • Dribbles move to help you blow by the defense at will.
  • Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.

Shooting

  • How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight.
  • A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home.
  • Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release.
  • How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

Lay Ups / Finishing

  • Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers and make more shots.
  • 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

Defense and Rebounding

  • How to improve quickness and play better on-ball defense.
  • How to improve speed with hip-turns, push step, and better movement fundamentals.
  • 5 fundamental keys to effective close-outs.
  • How position away from the ball and be a great team defensive player.
  • How to effectively box out your man every time.

Offense

  • How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more.
  • How to attack down screens, back screens, and more.

Footwork

  • How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor.
  • How to utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Passing

  • Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills with the Steve Nash passing series.
  • Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.

 

Who is Natalie Knight?

Coaching Credentials:

  • University of Kansas (KU) Women’s basketball staff (2 years)
  • Lawrence Freestate High School Assistant Varsity Coach (1 year)
  • Private Lessons and Personal Training Experience
  • Master Degree in Sports Management

Player Credentials:

  • Played in two Division 1 NCAA sweet Sixteens for the University of Kansas
  • Logged 114 career starts after recovering from ACL injury
  • 28th Jayhawk to reach over 1,000 career points
  • All big-12 Honorable mention for two years
  • Voted Co-captain for two years
  • 38.2% three point field goal percentage, is second best all time in KU record book
  • Named Kansas Gatorade player of the year in high school in 2011
  • DiRenna award winner for two consecutive years
  • State championship in 2010
  • McDonald’s All-American nominee
Jul
28
Sat
Breakthrough Basketball Youth Skills Camp
Jul 28 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakthrough Basketball Youth Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

We’re excited to provide this 3 day youth and middle school camp with Coach Natalie Knight, that focuses on developing the complete player. You will develop shooting, ball handling, passing, footwork, defense, rebounding, athleticism, and other essential skills to become a great a basketball player. This camp is for boys & girls 4th-9th grades.

  • You will learn the techniques and skill needed to become a great shooter.
  • You will learn the essential skills to becoming a great ball handler… no fluff.
  • You will learn how to make more lay ups.
  • You will learn how to become a defensive stopper and rebounding machine.
  • You will learn the critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.
  • Basically, we will teach you all of the critical skills and concepts that coaches love and help players excel.

Here are some of the topics covered throughout the camp:

Ball Handling

  • Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball.
  • Dribbles move to help you blow by the defense at will.
  • Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.

Shooting

  • How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight.
  • A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home.
  • Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release.
  • How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

Lay Ups / Finishing

  • Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers and make more shots.
  • 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

Defense and Rebounding

  • How to improve quickness and play better on-ball defense.
  • How to improve speed with hip-turns, push step, and better movement fundamentals.
  • 5 fundamental keys to effective close-outs.
  • How position away from the ball and be a great team defensive player.
  • How to effectively box out your man every time.

Offense

  • How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more.
  • How to attack down screens, back screens, and more.

Footwork

  • How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor.
  • How to utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Passing

  • Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills with the Steve Nash passing series.
  • Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.

 

Who is Natalie Knight?

Coaching Credentials:

  • University of Kansas (KU) Women’s basketball staff (2 years)
  • Lawrence Freestate High School Assistant Varsity Coach (1 year)
  • Private Lessons and Personal Training Experience
  • Master Degree in Sports Management

Player Credentials:

  • Played in two Division 1 NCAA sweet Sixteens for the University of Kansas
  • Logged 114 career starts after recovering from ACL injury
  • 28th Jayhawk to reach over 1,000 career points
  • All big-12 Honorable mention for two years
  • Voted Co-captain for two years
  • 38.2% three point field goal percentage, is second best all time in KU record book
  • Named Kansas Gatorade player of the year in high school in 2011
  • DiRenna award winner for two consecutive years
  • State championship in 2010
  • McDonald’s All-American nominee
Jul
29
Sun
Breakthrough Basketball Youth Skills Camp
Jul 29 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakthrough Basketball Youth Skills Camp @ HUB Sports Center

We’re excited to provide this 3 day youth and middle school camp with Coach Natalie Knight, that focuses on developing the complete player. You will develop shooting, ball handling, passing, footwork, defense, rebounding, athleticism, and other essential skills to become a great a basketball player. This camp is for boys & girls 4th-9th grades.

  • You will learn the techniques and skill needed to become a great shooter.
  • You will learn the essential skills to becoming a great ball handler… no fluff.
  • You will learn how to make more lay ups.
  • You will learn how to become a defensive stopper and rebounding machine.
  • You will learn the critical components of basketball IQ required to become a great offensive player from an individual and team aspect.
  • Basically, we will teach you all of the critical skills and concepts that coaches love and help players excel.

Here are some of the topics covered throughout the camp:

Ball Handling

  • Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball.
  • Dribbles move to help you blow by the defense at will.
  • Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.

Shooting

  • How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight.
  • A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home.
  • Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release.
  • How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

Lay Ups / Finishing

  • Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers and make more shots.
  • 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

Defense and Rebounding

  • How to improve quickness and play better on-ball defense.
  • How to improve speed with hip-turns, push step, and better movement fundamentals.
  • 5 fundamental keys to effective close-outs.
  • How position away from the ball and be a great team defensive player.
  • How to effectively box out your man every time.

Offense

  • How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more.
  • How to attack down screens, back screens, and more.

Footwork

  • How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor.
  • How to utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Passing

  • Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills with the Steve Nash passing series.
  • Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.

 

Who is Natalie Knight?

Coaching Credentials:

  • University of Kansas (KU) Women’s basketball staff (2 years)
  • Lawrence Freestate High School Assistant Varsity Coach (1 year)
  • Private Lessons and Personal Training Experience
  • Master Degree in Sports Management

Player Credentials:

  • Played in two Division 1 NCAA sweet Sixteens for the University of Kansas
  • Logged 114 career starts after recovering from ACL injury
  • 28th Jayhawk to reach over 1,000 career points
  • All big-12 Honorable mention for two years
  • Voted Co-captain for two years
  • 38.2% three point field goal percentage, is second best all time in KU record book
  • Named Kansas Gatorade player of the year in high school in 2011
  • DiRenna award winner for two consecutive years
  • State championship in 2010
  • McDonald’s All-American nominee