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PLEASE NOTE: All ESYC participants (parents, players, coaches, officials & spectators) are to adhere to our Zero Tolerance Policy.

GENERAL SCHEDULE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE!):

Basketball is one of the most competitive sports today. Playing college basketball is a realistic goal for many, but what does it take to get there? We, at ESYC provide players who aspire to play at the next level the tools they need to succeed. We are dedicated to providing athletes of all ages the opportunity to learn, excel and perfect their game of basketball. We also focus on improving player’s skills while emphasizing ball handling, offense, defense, shooting and game fundamentals. Our athletes have separated themselves on the court throughout the Lehigh Valley.  Are you ready to do the same?  Lets get to work!!


Sept. 11 -
Dec. 2

2018

 
 
  Tuesday Training Sessions
 5:00pm: Intermediate Training Sessions: $10 per player
  - Grades K - 6th; Ages 7 - 12

 6:00pm: Lady Elite Training Session: $10 per player
 7:00pm Elite Skills Sessions: $20 per player
  - Grades 6th - 11th; Ages 12 - 18

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Sept. 11 -
Dec. 2

2018

 
 
  Wednesday Training Sessions

  6:00pm: Advanced Skills Training: $25 per player
  - 40 Minute Skills Session
  - 20 Minute Shooting Gun Session


  RSVP Sessions - No Walk-ups

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Sept. 11 -
Dec. 2

2018

 
 
  Thursday Training Sessions
 5:00pm: Intermediate Training Sessions: $10 per player
  - Grades K - 6th; Ages 7 - 12

 6:00pm: Lady Elite Training Session: $10 per player
 7:00pm Elite Skills Sessions: $20 per player
  - Grades 6th - 11th; Ages 12 - 18

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Sept. 11 -
Dec. 2

2018

 
 
  Sunday Training Sessions

  11:00am: Advanced Skills Training: $25 per player
  - 40 Minute Skills Session
  - 20 Minute Shooting Gun Session


  RSVP Sessions - No Walk-ups

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*ADVANCED: Players should be able to dribble -- WITH EYES/CHIN UP -- with either hand, perform BOTH left and right hand layups, execute between leg, behind-back, in/out, and step-crossover moves with speed and efficiency, and successfully shoot jumpers off the dribble (min. 15 foot). All skills must show proper footwork. Players should be able to follow multiple drill instructions and execute drills (through skill AND behavior) so as not to impede upon the progress of the drills for other advanced players.

*INTERMEDIATE: An intermediate player An intermediate player (I.P.) to me is someone who has the ability, skills and talent needed to be an advance player but they need more time, experience and personal growth & development training to help them reach their full potential. And in some cases this person lacks the self-drive needed to advance and improve their overall game & play.
An intermediate player (I.P.) is someone who is capable but hasn’t mastered the 5 basic fundamentals of the game such as; dribbling, passing, shooting, playing defense & rebounding the basketball. And neither have they demonstrated that they’ve developed a passion to compete against their peers.

This person has a concept & I.Q. for the game, but simply need more time to develop or they may need to play against better competition. When this player plays against top level competition, they sometimes lack the self-determination needed to perform and peak levels.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: The definition of what an Advance Player and Intermediate Player is, is subjective and a matter of opinion, however, what’s listed above is to be used to give you a bench mark to evaluate which category your child may be seen by coaches. This definition targets players from grades 6th-12th.   (I.P.) to me is someone who has the ability, skills and talent needed to be an advance player but they need more time, experience and personal growth & development training to help them reach their full potential. And in some cases this person lacks the self-drive needed to advance and improve their overall game & play.