Course Catalog

Course #Course NameCourse Description
SHO 1000Introduction to TechniqueExamine the why behind shooting technique with an emphasis on hand placement and your release. Begin to build a consistent finish and see the ball go in the basket.
SHO 1100Introduction to Rhythm & FootworkEstablish a new routine for shot prep. Incorporate the dip. Gain understanding of the interplay of multiple footworks with shooting rhythm.
SHO 2200The Hop ShootingExplore timing as it relates to the dip in the hop for a quick release. Shoot in a controlled environment where a quick release and a consistent finish are paramount.
SHO 2300No-Hop ShootingExplore timing as it relates to the dip in heel-toe and 1,2 footwork for a quick release. Shoot in a controlled environment where a quick release and a consistent finish are paramount.    
SHO 3400Catch & Shoot ISpot shooting with multiple scoring methods. Allow your mental toughness to be challenged and learn methods for self-reflection on your performance.
SHO 3500Run & Shoot IMaintain your mentality when fatigue is a factor shooting in transition. Subject each rep to your personal approach and learn methods for self-reflection on your performance.
SHO 3600Cut & Shoot IDevelop footwork that is tight to the floor for a quick release. Evolve into a shooter who understands how to take purposeful reps.
SHO 3700Game Shooting IDevelop your shot in game like situations that incorporate Catch & Shoot I , Run & Shoot I , and Cut & Shoot I coursework.
SHO 4400Catch & Shoot IIThis course is similar in nature to Catch & Shoot I , but methods of scoring are more challenging. Allow your mental toughness to be challenged and learn methods for self-reflection on your performance.
SHO 4500Run & Shoot IIThis course is similar in nature to Run & Shoot I , but methods of scoring are more challenging. Maintain your mentality when fatigue is a factor shooting in transition. Subject each rep to your personal approach and learn methods for self-reflection on your performance.
SHO 4600Cut & Shoot IIThis course is similar in nature to Cut & Shoot I , but the level of difficulty is higher. Develop footwork that is tight to the floor for a quick release. Grow even more into a shooter who understands how to take purposeful reps.
SHO 4700Game Shooting IIDevelop your shot in game like situations that incorporate Catch & Shoot II , Run & Shoot II , and Cut & Shoot II coursework.
SHO 4900Independent Study
ATH 1000Acceleration & Deceleration IBe distinctly different than your competition by developing your proficiency at being able to start and stop with and without a basketball.
ATH 1100Linear COD for MovementGain the understanding and skills required to change direction in a more precise manner. Develop habits while cutting at angles between 0-90 degrees and then progress to angles 90-180 degrees. Establish a physically strong base while gaining an advantage through multiple types of explosive pivots.
ATH 1200Vertical CODExplore the squat and lunge, as well as jumping and landing. Attain a greater understanding of how these activities relate to basketball. Develop technique, endurance, and strength in these areas to prevent injury and become more dynamic.
ATH 2000Acceleration & Decleration IIImprove starting and stopping by challenging yourself not only to have good footwork, but to become more crisp. Develop these skills with no slippage as they are incorporated into multifaceted exercises.
ATH 2300COD for OffenseDevelop your offensive play with and without the ball by being more precise in your change of direction.
ATH 2400COD for DefenseDevelop your defensive play on and off the ball by being more precise in your change of direction.
ATH 2500COD for ConversionExplore best practices for winning the short period of time between when a shot is released and the ball changes possession. Build habits that will allow you to mentally and physically be one step ahead of your opponent.
ATH 3900Independent Study
ATH 4900Independent Study
PLA 0800Playing with the BallBegin to explore creating offense from the wing, creating offense in transition, creating offense around the rim, creating offense for others.
PLA 0900Playing without the Ball Begin to explore playing without the ball, playing off a ball screen, playing off an on ball screen, playing off the drive, and playing off the defense
PLA 1000Getting the BallExplore the many ways you can get the ball so that you can have the opportunity to make a play with it. Learn how to slow the game down in your head, anticipate what is going to happen next, and make the toughest catches with poise and with two hands.
PLA 1100Beginning Ball handling and FakesGain control of the basketball in this stationary ball handling course which includes both dribbling and passing. Examine the simplest way to gain an advantage over the defense who is on and off the ball. Develop the skills that show off high-levels of poise.
PLA 1200Beginning Passing
PLA 1300Beginning Dribbling
PLA 1500Beginning FinishingDevelop the technique and mentality to be successful finishing around the rim with one and two-foot finishes. Get the opportunity to finish in different types of situations.
PLA 1600Beginning Shots off the DribbleGain understanding of how to create separation and how to have a quick release. Put these skills into practice while beginning to establish a two dribble pull up.
PLA 1700Beginning Cutting & ScreeningExamine the art of moving without the ball. Learn how to take advantage of the way defense chooses to play.
PLA 2000Intermediate Decision MakingConsider timing and pace of play while learning progressions of vision to  further develop poise.
PLA 2100Intermediate Ball handling and FakesImprove control of the basketball in this stationary ball handling course which includes both dribbling and passing. Examine ways to gain an advantage over the defense who is on and off the ball. Enhance your skills that show off high-levels of poise.
PLA 2200Intermediate PassingDevelop the skills required to deliver passes on time and on target from both live and dead dribble situations.
PLA 2300Intermediate DribblingBegin to gain the ability to control possessions by developing dribbling skills in goal oriented situations.
PLA 2400Post PlayUnderstand how to win position around the basket. Develop four finishing moves with each hand.
PLA 2500Intermediate FinishingOvercome fatigue and play through contact as the challenge becomes increasingly difficult to finish around the rim. Learn technique for a euro step.
PLA 2600Intermediate Shots off the dribble Continue to build a two dribble pull up. Add hesitations and step backs.
PLA 2800On Ball Screens IPlay in ball screens as the ball handler and as the screener. Learn technique to take advantage of defense, maintain spacing, and execute offense.
PLA 3000Advanced Decision MakingIn advanced situations consider timing and pace of play while learning progressions of vision to further develop poise. Examine strategies to play with or against varying personnel.
PLA 3100Advanced DribblingControl possessions by developing dribbling skills in goal oriented situations at an advanced level of difficulty.
PLA 3200Advanced PassingDevelop the skills required to deliver passes on time and on target from both live and dead dribble situations. This advanced course will include executing precise actions under extreme duress.
PLA 3300Advanced Post PlayReview four back to the basket finishing moves. Move to the high post area and explore multiple ways to score and to get teammates open.
PLA 3500Advanced FinishingOvercome fatigue and play through contact as the challenge becomes increasingly difficult to finish around the rim. Add a Euro Step and Pro Hop.
PLA 3600Advanced Shots off the dribbleContinue to tighten up two dribble pull up, hesitations, and step backs.
PLA 3800On Ball Screens IIThe next level of playing in ball screens as the ball handler and as the screener. Learn technique to take advantage of defense, maintain spacing, and execute offense.
PLA 3900PlaymakerBuild an elite approach, have no slippage while fatigued, and execute skills with a high level of attention to timing and vision.
PLA 4900Independent study
DEF 1000Defensive Command IHave command as a defender on and off the ball. Shape a defensive demeanor to always be the aggressor no matter your team’s philosophy or the athletic ability of your opponent.
DEF 1100Off Ball DefenseBuild the habit of moving on the pass, develop closeouts, and gain understanding for guarding a cutter.
DEF 1300Guarding a Ball handler ILearn how to have a presence on the ball. Maintain consistent cushion no matter how the offensive player changes speed or direction. Contest without fouling.
DEF 2000Defensive Command IILearn how to maintain command as a defender on and off the ball. Shape a defensive demeanor to always be the aggressor no matter your team’s philosophy or the athletic ability of your opponent.
DEF 2100Being a Secondary DefenderExamine help defensive strategies. Get repetition moving on both the pass and the dribble. Move on airtime, contest on closeouts, and be a part of every play.
DEF 2300Guarding a Ball handler IIFurther develop a presence on the ball. Maintain consistent cushion no matter how the offensive player changes speed or direction. Contest without fouling.
DEF 3100Guarding Off Ball Screen IExplore multiple strategies for guarding the cross screen, shuffle screen, diagonal screen, flex screen, and loop screen as the defender who is guarding the cutter and as the defender who is guarding the screener.
DEF 3200Guarding Off Ball Screen IIExplore multiple strategies for guarding the flare screen, back screen, down screen, and hammer action as the defender who is guarding the cutter and as the defender who is guarding the screener.
DEF 3300Guarding an On Ball ScreenExplore the hard hedge, soft hedge, jam, trap, ice, and switch as the defender who is on the ball and as the defender who is off the ball.
DEF 4000Film StudyLearn how to watch film and recognize how teams defend different actions.