• John Wooden's 8 Laws of Learning

    In his time as the head coach at UCLA in the 1960’s and 70’s, John Wooden won 10 National Titles, finishing undefeated in four of those seasons. He was the first person to ever be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame both as a player and as a coach. So it’s no surprise that his legacy is used today in so many ways to teach leadership and coaching.

  • Is Your Child Ready for a Travel Team?

    As a child improves in a certain sport, the opportunities for them to play more and face tougher competition increase. Before allowing your child to make the jump to travel team play, here are some questions to ask.

  • Does Height Still Matter in Basketball?

    The old theory is that no matter how old you are, if you are considerably taller than the other athletes your age, you’ll probably do well at basketball. If you see a middle school student taller than six feet, it’s considered a crying shame if that person isn’t playing on the school basketball team. This theory still holds true to some degree, but there’s an important factor to size in the game of basketball: while it’s good to be tall, it’s much better to be tall with skills.