POINT GUARD CAMP
FOR BOYS & GIRLS
Greenwood, South Carolina (USA)
"THE BEST POINT GUARD CAMP IN AMERICA"
CAMP HAS BEEN CANCELLED FOR 2012
SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE FOR INFORMATION ON POINT GUARD DVDs
Coach Fran Campbell gives expert instruction
to Point Guards.
|SHOOTING STARS POINT GUARD
CAMP is held in conjunction with the regular camp. Point Guard
instruction will be taught in a separate camp situation, but point guards will
play in the 5-on-5 League play with other campers daily. Point Guard fundamentals
to be covered include: |
Aspect of Point Guard Play||Leadership
Guard Vision and Voice ||Outside
and Passing for Point Guards||Initiating
with Head Coach ||Teammate
Coach Murray Arnold, formerly Head Coach at Western Kentucky University and Assistant Coach of the Chicago Bulls, lectures at camp.
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TYPICAL CAMP DAY
7:30 a.m. Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Point Guard Fundamentals
11:00 a.m. 3-on-3 League
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Lecture
2:00 p.m. Point Guard Fundamentals
3:15-5:15 p.m. 5 on 5 Games
5:30 p.m. Dinner
6:30 p.m. Point Guard Shooting Games
7:30-9:30 5 on 5 Games
10:45 Room Check/role call
11:00 Lights Out
INFORMATION ABOUT VIDEOS THAT TEACH
PLAYING THE POINT GUARD POSITION ARE LISTED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
"The point guad is, in theory at least, a coach on the court. In an ideal world, he's the leader of the team. He runs the show. If you've got a tough-minded leader at point guard, your chances of having a good team are much improved. If you have talent at the four other positions, but a weak-minded point guard, your team will probably struggle. It's a crucial position."...Jim Calhoun (Connecticut)
TO POINT GUARDS: The best point guards are an extension of
their coach onto the playing court. You must be a COACH ON THE FLOOR. To do this,
you must learn the game thoroughly, learn WHAT YOUR COACH WANTS DONE with the
offense and defense, learn what to do in special situations, and learn the strengths
and weaknesses of each of your teammates. Read books on basketball, watch as many
games as possible, and meet with your coach regularly to clearly understand exactly
what he/she wants done on the court. You may not be the quickest point guard on
your team, or the best shooting point guard, but if you have learned to be a COACH
ON THE FLOOR, you will be the one your coach calls on to lead his/her team.
TIP NO. 2
TO POINT GUARDS: The number one mental aspect
of point guard guard play is UNSELFISHNESS. You must always put the good of the
team above your own recognition. You can never
worry about the number of points you score, only about the number of points your
TEAM scores. The ability to score can be a plus, but it can never be a priority
for a point guard.
NO. 3 TO POINT GUARDS: Point Guards
must learn to PENETRATE. They must be able
to drive into traffic and then make the decision as to whether to shoot or pass
to an open shooter. In the majority of penetration situations, the point guard
will pass to an open shooter after he/she has drawn the defense. Practice penetration
daily, and expect to make ball-handling mistakes as you progress. As you develop
your dribbling and passing ability, you will get better and better at penetration.
NO. 4 TO POINT GUARDS: Since
point guards are a coach on the floor, they must always know WHO TO GET
THE BALL TO. If your small forward has hit two in a row, get the ball to him the
next time downcourt. If the defender guarding your post player has picked
up his second foul of the first half, get the ball inside to your post player
so he can either score and draw the third foul.
N0 5 TO POINT GUARDS: : Jason Kidd is probably the best point guards to ever play in
the NBA. Read what Ashley Fox wrote about him after the Nets 104-97 victory
over the Celtics in the first game of the 2002 NBA Eastern Conference Finals: "Kidd finished with 18 points, 13 rebounds, and 11 assists in 39 minutes, and
so EVENLY DISTRIBUTED the basketball that six of his teammates scored in double
digits." Many point guards worry about how many points they score; they would
be a much better point guard if they worried about how well they distributed
NO. 6 TO POINT GUARDS: · Point guard mental skills
are more important than physical skills. He/She must have knowledge of the game,
confidence, unselfishness, leadership skills, and mental toughness.
NO. 7 TO POINT GUARDS: A point guard cannot reach full potential
without a great deal of self-confidence. The point guard must not just
lead the team, but DIRECT the team. This cannot be done without self-confidence.
How does a player get this self-confidence? By not only working diligently on
all fundamental skills, especially ball-handling and passing, but also by developing
knowledge of the game by studying books, watching games and basketball videos,
and "talking basketball" with as many coaches as possible. A point
guard must really believe in himself/herself when taking the floor.
TIP NO. 8 TO POINT GUARDS:
A point guard must show a significant amount of leadership. He must
develop his skills and his knowledge of the game so as to earn the respect
of his teammates. Even if the point guard is not a captain, he must show the same
responsibility on the court as the captain does, if not more! He must
have enough confidence to tell other players what to do and to make sure they
are in the proper position before initiating the offense.
ELEVEN NECESSARY TOOLS FOR A POINT GUARD
A good knowledge of the game and what the coach wants done on the court.
3. Good court vision.
4. Decision making ability.
5. Ability to penetrate left or right and break down the defense.
shooting ability including from 3-point range and the pull-up medium range jumper.
7. Good ball-handling ability--pass and dribbling.
8. Ability to put defensive
pressure on the ball.
9. Mental skills of unselfishness, confidence,
10. Voice projection on the floor. His teammates must
"hear" him direct the team in a crowded, noisy gym.
GET THE VHS OR DVDs THAT TEACH YOU HOW TO PLAY
THE POINT GUARD POSITION!
THE POINT GUARD: ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES DVD
Ten in depth
lessons for the Point Guard position. More than 80 different
and tips for point guards. Gain an understanding of what it
takes to become
the creator, leader and decision maker for a team in every
from pressbreaking to play making.
$35 plus S & H. Available in DVD
THE POINT GUARD WORKOUT: Learn the "six principles
of point guard
play" from penetration and passing to pressure defense. Over
tips, and techniques for becoming a great playmaker. 24 breakdown
drills for the Point Guard. This is the #1 rated Point Guard Workout.
$35 plus S & H: Available in DVD.
BOTH POINT GUARD TAPES: $35.00 EACH
($70) PLUS $17.95 Shipping & Handling. Click on either DVD. Also
click on "additional postage".
ADDITIONAL POSTAGE FOR INTERNATIONAL: $17.95 (Click Buy Now Button
WORKOUT: BADEN BASKETBALL proudly presents the BASKETBALL DOCTOR, basketball's
#1 skills clinician!
If you can shoot, you can play - PERIOD! Learn
how to shoot from Game Spots, Game Shots, and at Game Speed! Dozens of game shots,
and game practice drills for game skills! Learn proper warmup principles, drills
for endurance, motivation, and the mental side of shooting. A one hour shooting
workout with more than 20 drills included. Used by college and NBA teams. Great
for point guards.
$35.00 (plus S & H) DVD
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$105 Plus $9.95 Shipping & Handling
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