Sibling Rate - $110 per sibling
Group rate - $99 (sign up and pay with a group of 5 or more)
Time: Between 6 and 8 PM
Location: 5200 Bonita Canyon Dr. Irvine, CA 92603
What to expect: Hands-on coaching from world renown player development specialist Nick Graham. Nick, who has been mentored by some of the games best minds, most notably Chauncey Billups has also coached at Iowa State, where he assisted in preparing Iowa State to play in the nations top conference, the Big 12. Graham will use experiences to develop both the skill and feel of young players who take advantage of this league.
✅Players will sign up as individuals and be placed on teams by our coaching staff.
✅We will do all of the coaching
✅Unlike any other 3 on 3 leagues around, this league is played on a condensed full court which forces players to play at a fast pace, and forces all players to handle the ball (even post players).
✅Only 24 spots for each division
✅Each game will last 24 minutes.
✅Teams will play two games per night. Teams will either play back to back, or play, sit one game, and then play their second game
✅Each team will have 4 to 5 players. This is a full court league, at the intensity level players will be required to play at it will be impossible to play without a sub!
✅This is a developmental League. The purpose of the league is to produce better, smarter, and more competitive basketball players through the best coaching available. Players will be placed on teams, that are subject to change from week to week, or even game to game to make sure that players are placed in the proper environment to develop and maintain a high level of competition. Teams will be coached by our player development staff.
✅Although this is a developmental league we expect players to be highly competitive. We will keep score and expect players and teams to win.
Nick’s league, which he ran previously in Denver, has aided in the development of over 50 players that have gone on to play college or professional basketball, most notably Josh Perkins who led Gonzaga to the 2017 NCAA championship game and current NBA player Derrick White.