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Advantage Basketball Camp Texas

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Camp Location: Plano and other locations, Texas, United States
Ages: 7 to 18 years old
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
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Cost (range): $200 - $500 a week
Contact Person:
Phone: 480-296-5732
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Camp's Description

Advantage Basketball Camps are nationally recognized as one of the Top ball handling camps in the world. Advantage was named by sports illustrated as one of the top camps in the country.

You'll learn all the moves you've seen in college hoops and made by NBA professional players. You'll be the most improved player on the team, dribbling and ball-handling past defenders through the key for a sweet layup and the victory! First, you'll come to Advantage Basketball Camps and learn the basic fundamentals and develop "muscle memory" so well you could fly past that defender in your sleep.

Our basketball camps have a unique focus of teaching one-handed basketball handling skills through intensive one-handed ball control drills. Students then build on their superior ball-handling skills by learning lighting-quick, one-handed moves off the dribble. Our methods and our reputation clearly sets Advantage Basketball Camps at the top of the list. Advantage Basketball Camps are consistently rated as one of the top basketball ball-handling camps in the nation.

We also offer winter and spring break camps. For more information, check our website.


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Advantage bball camp is way too basic December 22, 2011
Reviewer: Bballmom from Denton, Texas
1 Star 0 of 0 people found this review helpful

We were very disappointed in this camp - my kids won't go again. Sooo much time spent stretching, on break, at lunch, etc. that there was never much quality, intense basketball instruction. My kids have gone to other camps, and this was, by far, the weakest instruction and the least intense. It may be ok for the very inexperienced player, but don't expect much if your kid has played before, and even then, I don't know that it is worth the money.
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