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3v3 League

March 10 - April 28
September - October

The Best Way to Learn The Game!

The Level Up 3v3 basketball league gives her on average 150% more shots, 6x more passes, and 3x more possessions compared to a typical one hour 5v5 game.

Grade

Dates

Time (Sundays. 45 Minutes Skills Training, Followed by Three 15-min games)*

3rd - 4th

March 10, 17, 24

April 14, 21, 28

12 PM - 1:30 PM

5th - 6th

March 10, 17, 24

April 14, 21, 28

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

7th - 8th

March 10, 17, 24

April 14, 21, 28

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

* Times are approximate and subject to change based on the number of teams and gym availability.

All You Need To Know

What will players learn during a 3v3 Game?

  • Ball Handling

    Stationary ball handling routine that improve rhythm, feel, and coordination with the basketball. Dribbles move to help you blow by the defense at will. Critical progressions to ensure that your dribble moves are effective and explosive.

  • Shooting

    How to position your feet and align your body to increase the chance of shooting the ball straight. A form shooting routine that almost every great shooter has utilized that can be done at home. Proper footwork and how to develop a quick release. How to shoot game shots from game spots at game speeds.

  • Lay Ups / Finishing

    Finishing techniques used to reduce turnovers and make more shots. 1 on 1 finishing drills that ingrain good habits while competing in a fun way.

  • Passing

    Improve hand eye-coordination and passing skills with the Steve Nash passing series. Competitive passing drills to develop game-like passing with head and pass fakes.

  • Offense

    How to cut and get open. You will learn v-cuts, basket cuts, l-cuts, backdoor cuts, and more. How to attack down screens, back screens, and more.

  • Defense and Rebounding

    How to improve quickness and play better on-ball defense. How to improve speed with hip-turns, push step, and better movement fundamentals. 5 fundamental keys to effective close-outs. How position away from the ball and be a great team defensive player. How to effectively box out your man every time.

  • Footwork

    How to use your feet to gain a better position to score from almost anywhere on the floor. How to utilize front pivots, reverse pivots, step throughs, sweeps, drop steps, and hops to make you an elite player.

Skills building and 3v3 League

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Parent Name*
Player Name*
Grade in 2023/24 school year
We are so excited 3V3 is back! Our kiddo loves the fast paced fun that each week provides. This is our third round and we keep coming back because we see a noticeable jump in her skills each and everytime! Thank you!
Starre Tearney - Level Up Girls Basketball Parent
Starre Tearney
8th Grade Daughter

All You Need To Know

Why 3v3 Basketball?

In a 5-on-5 basketball game, there’s a high chance that players may go through the entire game without handling the ball or taking a shot. Conversely, in a 3v3 game, it’s possible to touch the ball on every possession. When players gain experience in handling the ball in game situations, they tend to improve their skills at a faster pace than those who rarely get to touch the ball in 5-on-5 games.

 

Many young basketball players, particularly those under the age of 12, may lack the necessary skills, strength, or experience to effectively apply their basketball skills in a 10-player game. In contrast, 3v3 basketball offers them more space to operate and hone their abilities and confidence.

 

When there are only six (3v3) players on the court, players are more inclined to run the pick-and-roll, screen away, and screen the ball without a coach even telling them to do so, because there are fewer options out there. After a while, they will start to figure things out for themselves which is FANTASTIC and exactly what you want the players to do. With ten (5 on 5) players on the court, a lot of those options aren’t there because they lack skill, strength, and experience. Now, with fewer players on the court, it gives them a split second longer to recognize a situation.

 

Yes, if you are signing up as a team, contact coach Bill for details.

 

The 3v3 league is not included the camp pass. The Spring 3v3 league starts in March and runs for 6 weeks. The Fall league starts in August and runs for 6 weeks.

The Camp is lead by Coach Bill and instructed by girl’s Varsity players from local high schools and College players.

Coach Bill has been a basketball training for over 15 years for youth to college-level players.

He coached the U.S.A. Basketball youth team during the 2016 Summer Olympics with former Dream Team player Chris Mullen.

Coach Bill also played Steph Curry’s basketball trainer in a TV commercial. Currently, he co-hosts the Coaching Youth Hoops podcast and runs BasketballPracticePlans.com.

Has been a head basketball coach for 6 years at  Campolindo High School and De La Salle High School.

He’s heavily involved in developing youth basketball in the Bay Area. He serves on two boards that together serve over 1,000 youth players.

Basketball training for girls grades 3rd – 12th

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