In need of a positive place for your child this summer that is safe, fun, filled with high-energy activity and amazing mentors? A place where your child can hone their basketball skills, learn how to be a team player on and off the court, and increase self-confidence? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then jump into The Hoop Factory 2022 Summer experience.
The Hoop Factory provides a fun and hard-working environment to nurture the development and love for the sport through teaching and preaching the fundamentals in Passing, Shooting, Ball-handling, Offensive/Defensive Footwork. All this is done while tapping into the mental part of the game through teaching basic defensive and offensive concepts, video/game breakdown. The Hoop Factory believes in teaching our young athletes not only how to be team players on the court, but also how to apply the lessons gained through training to their everyday lives. Hard work and teamwork make the dream work!
Our staff of experienced and professional coaches create a high-energy, positive learning environment that many of Canada’s best players have all passed through. We are extremely proud to share that this is our 16th year of Building Better Ballers of all ages through our training and development camps. Open to boys/girls ages 5-14, providing players an opportunity to be in a positive hardworking, and fun-fill space over Summer Break. Act now to ensure your hooper can participate in this awesome training experience with other young athletes.
– Our 16th Annual Summer Development camp. Boys and Girls
– Basketball training and development are available on a weekly basis
– Voted one of Toronto’s Best “Runs” by NBA TV Canada
– Toronto’s best learning and training environment
– Jr Baller, Pre-Teen, and Elite divisions are available
Past participants include Myck Kabongo (EURO PRO ), Tristan Thompson (NBA), Junior Cadougan (Euro-Pro), Jabari Craig (NBA G League), Matthew Attewe (University of Washington ) Corey Johnson (Harvard), Haboubacar Mutombo (Western Carolina), Marcus Carr (Uni of Texas ) and more…..