Play Hard Hoops Spring travel 2021 - SHORT SEASON
Objectives: Provide PHH players with opportunity for improvement in basketball off-season to keep skills sharp, improve basketball IQ and provide competition appropriate games. Teams will use practice time to prepare for game play and also to build on fundamental skills. PHH Coaches will build a team first atmosphere where players can improve and have fun with teammates. Offensive and defensive philosophy is teach concepts to prepare for high school basketball.
Tryouts: March 17th at Ela Sports Center - Lake Zurich
4th-5th Grade: 7:15-8:15PM
6th-7th Grade: 8:25-9:25PM
Season: April 5th - May - 30th (8 Weeks Practice)
Practices: 1:45 minute practices - Tuesdays - Wheeling Park District between hours 6-9:30PM or Wednesday Ela Sports Center between hours of 7:15-9:30PM
Uniform Fee: $135 -Includes backpack, uniform, reversible practice jersey, warm-up hoodie and socks (Pay by Cash, Check or Venmo: Playhard1)
Games: 10-12 Games (4-6 Weekend Dates Chosen - play 2-3 games based on tournament)
Coaches: PHH Spring Travel Teams will be under the direction of Coach Justin Cobe & David Adelman with all teams coached by PHH Staff.
Cost: $515 (Pay by Cash, Check or Venmo: Playhard1)
If pay via Credit Card: 5% fee - will be added (Payment Plans Available)
play hard spring warrior advanced camp
6TH-7TH GRADE CAMP - Advanced basketball work for travel basketball players. Heavy focus on ball handling, 1 on 1 footwork and shooting. Will also work on basketball IQ understanding.
Location: Ela Sports Center - 325 Surryse Rd - Lake Zurich
Dates: March 29, 30, 31, April 1
Cost: $25 Per Day or $80 for the week
4TH-5TH GRADE CAMP - Advanced basketball work for travel basketball players. Heavy focus on ball handling, 1 on 1 footwork and shooting. Weill also work on basketball IQ understanding.
Location: Falcon Park Recreation Center 2195 N. Hicks Rd - Palatine
Dates: March 29 & 31
3RD GRADE TRAVEL INTRO CAMP - Advanced basketball training to introduce 3rd grade basketball players to advanced skill training - practice setting for travel basketball players. This is an opportunity for 3rd grade players to learn how to prepare for more advanced play of travel basketball in 4th grade.
Location: Falcon Park Recreation Center - 2195 N. Hicks Rd - Palatine
Dates: Mrch 30 & April 1
play hard hoops 2020-21 warriors Winter travel season
WINTER TRAVEL SEASON 2020-21 INFORMATION:
*Please note that Play Hard Hoops will put health & safety first for all participants, but playing travel basketball in 2020-21 is with full parental consent
November - December Practices
Begin Week of October 26 - December 14th - 8 weeks & 90 Minute Practices
Schedule plans for 2 Weekend Scrimmage Games - 60 Minutes
Begin Week of January 4th - March 8th - 10 weeks & 90 Minute Practices
Extra Practices Possible with Costs Separate
10-12 Game Schedule for 2020-21 Season
UNIFORM FEES: PHH Reversible Practice-Game Jersey
PLAY HARD HOOPS WARRIORS GUIDE FOR SUCCESS
PHILOSOPHY: We will teach the fundamentals of the game and learn team concepts I believe help teams succeed. We will understand the concept of motion offense / sharing the ball. We will understand that team defense with an understanding of man-to-man concepts must be played unselfishly. We will focus on playing hard, competing regardless of the situation we are faced, as a team can overcome talent deficiencies by competing harder than its opponent.
Play Team Basketball
Play For Each Other
Skill Development – Execute Fundamentals
Improved Knowledge of the Game
Be Part of a Team – Love Your Teammates
Motivated For Future Improvement
Be a Good Teammate
2019-20 Winter Travel PHH warriors Teams
Team rosters included below -
SPRING SEASON - TRYOUTS IN MARCH
SPRING TRAVEL SEASON INFORMATION 2020 (No Season Due to Covid-19 - Plan to Return in 2021)
SPRING SEASON: APRIL 6 - JUNE 7
10 PRACTICES & 4 SHOOTOUTS - $550 + Any Uniform Fees
MONDAY, MARCH 16TH at Lifetime Fitness - Vernon Hills:
6:00PM-7:00PM - 5TH GRADE
7:00-8:00PM - 6TH GRADE
8:00-9:00PM - 7TH GRADE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH AT Ela Sports Center - Lake Zurich
7:00-9:00PM - 5TH-7TH GRADE
FEE: $25 (Will go towards Fee If Play on 2020 PHH Warriors)
PRACTICES: Mondays or Thursdays - Lifetime Fitness - 90 Minute Practices : 6PM-7:30PM or 7:30-9PM
ABOUT THE PROGRAM: Play Hard Hoops has been running a winter travel program for eventual Stevenson HS students for four seasons and would like to extend a travel program for area kids in the spring. This program is designed specifically for motivated basketball players who may or may not also be playing a spring sport. The scheduling of shootouts will be designed specifically around the spring sports schedules of players. There will be a minimum of 10 practices over 8 weeks to prepare for shootouts, work on fundamental skills and game concepts taught by Play Hard Hoops that mirror the concepts for man-to-man offensive and defensive success.
COMMUNITY SPRING TRAVEL BASKETBALL: Play Hard Hoops Spring Travel will offer community travel basketball teams to any city: Vernon Hills, Lake Zurich, Wheeling, Buffalo Grove, Etc. PHH will staff qualified coaches with an understanding of PHH Philosophy, book practice facilities, & shootouts. Community teams can provide own uniforms to eliminate uniform fees or purchase PHH Warriors uniforms. Cost -
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Dear Play Hard Hoops Families:
Thank you for your interest in the Play Hard Hoops Travel Feeder Program. Play Hard Hoops finished its 3rd travel season with 6 total teams and had great success. While winning is not the priority for the PHH Travel Feeder Program, PHH teams won 7 combine tournaments in 2018-19. Our goals for the program are to provide coaching that will give your son a greater opportunity to develop their skill level and knowledge of the game as they progress in the game of basketball. We will provide stronger competition through the Travel Feeder League and tournament play over the course of 5 months. We also hope that the PHH players in the program develop friendships and enjoy being part of a team. At the end of the season, I sincerely hope that the boys will be motivated to work hard at the game of basketball. There are no secrets in being successful as a player; hard work, patience, discipline and a desire to compete regardless of the consequences.
Play Hard Hoops will also run its 11th Annual Developmental League on Sundays for players that choose not to play travel basketball or do not make one of the PHH Travel Feeder Teams.
Thank you again for your consideration of Play Hard Hoops for your basketball development. I can be reached at the phone #/email below.
847-420-8115 / email@example.com
Expectations for the parents before you select the PHH Travel Feeder Program:
1) Playing time will not be equal but earned. However, all players will play in every game they attend, and all players will receive substantial playing time. We want players to understand the importance of attending practice, listening, working hard and playing team basketball. Playing time issues are never to be discussed in front of the kids or on game day. If you have any issues regarding playing time, please contact me on Monday or Tuesday when we can appropriately discuss.
2) While we hope to win games and will try our best to put them in position to win games, the importance of winning and the outcomes does not measure to the process by which we are trying to win. Teaching the process of doing the right things will come before winning. I am certainly hopeful that if the players improve throughout the season and build good basketball habits, we will have the opportunity to win games.
3) Parent Behavior is important to Play Hard Hoops and it is important to your son: Please refrain from attacks on officials. Please refrain from talking about other players on our team and our opponents’ team. Please refrain from being overly critical of the coach. Please maintain your perspective that this is youth basketball.
4) There are going to be failures/successes/terrible officiating/bad parents, bad coaches, and some perplexing moments. All experiences are not good experiences, but they are all learning experiences that we hope will help each kid become a better player, person, teammate.