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Two Day Camp – Grand Rapids, MI

Want to know what it takes to be successful at a high level of basketball?  OtterBasketball’s Two Day Camp will introduce you to advanced concepts vital to crushing your basketball goals!  This camp will start off by helping players understand the importance of rhythm, developing footspeed and agility by taking them through our Level I Jump Rope program.  Players are then taken through stationary ball handling drills with emphasis on the player’s stance and foundation, making sure they are maintaining proper alignment.  Players are taught to stretch their dribbles, keeping the ball in their hand as long as possible which is important in their ability to make reads on the defense, not moves.  They will understand dribble location pertaining to situations of where the defense is located and how to make the proper read.  Efficiency of Movement is the main focal point of this camp.  The second day will build off of concepts covered on Day 1 and continue to advance.  If players truly want to maximize their athletic ability, they must be able to move efficiently and effectively.  THIS is the camp that will help players become successful against players that are longer, taller, quicker…more athletic.  Players will be introduced to proper triple threat and see the first 4 steps of our shot development program.

This camp is open to players in 4th grade through college age and is highly recommended to attend this camp before any others, if at all possible.  You are registering for TWO days of camp.  April 30th & May 1st, 8am-Noon.

Hourly Schedule

Day 1

8:00am - 12:00pm
Two Day Camp
Session I

Day 2

8:00am - 12:00pm
Two Day Camp
Session 2



OtterBasketball currently travels all over the world training players of all age ranges from the younger, serious student of the game to elite high school players to college, NBA and professional players. It is our commitment to make everyone who attends our camps not just better players, but better people