SFBA Summer Hoops Academy 2021
Off-season Summer Basketball development camp
Basketball Camp Information
Week 1 June 14 - June 18
Week 5 July 12 - July 16
Week 2 June 21 - June 25
Week 6 July 19 - July 23
Week 3 June 28 - July 2
Week 7 July 26 - July 30
Week 4 July 5 - July 9
Week 8 August 2 - August 6
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
4th Grade - 9th Grade
Boys and Girls
St. Stephens Catholic School Gym
473 Eucalyptus Dr.
San Francisco, CA 94132
Available Spots Per Week
Session Available Spots Session Available Spots Session Available Spots
Week 1 24 Week 3 33 Week 5 34
Week 2 30 Week 4 29 Week 6 33
Session Available Spots
Week 7 29
Week 8 25
Each Session Includes
Foam Roll / Dynamic Stretch / Warm Up
Basketball Skill Development
Multi-Directional Speed Training
Mobility and Stability Training
Dr. Dish Shooting Machine Sessions
Offensive Attack Moves
Pick and Roll Situations
Man to Man Defensive Principles
In Camp Session Basketball Tournament
Each player will receive an evaluation report
Dr. Dish Shooting Machine
Level 1 - Intro
Students who have limited playing experience who want to improve their fundamental skills to begin gameplay. Position concepts are introduced to understand the overall game. 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 competition concepts are an area of focus.
Leverl 2 - Intermediate
Students with fundamental skills and playing experience but are not ready to play at an advanced competitive level. Here we focus on translating their fundamental skills to gameplay especially 5v5 competition. Here we begin to include strength and conditioning training as well.
LEvel 3 - Advanced
Athletes who play at a high competitive level. Players in this group must have a strong grasp of fundamental and advanced basketball skills. Typically, players who start for their basketball teams or play AAU basketball at a high level. A consistent strength and conditioning curriculum is applied to athletes at this level. Individual skill and structured 5v5 competition is an area of focus.
(younger advanced players are eligible to participate in this team)
Players will only be allowed to participate in the VertiMax Training sessions if they are able to demonstrate the proper technique with specific movements, exercises, body control, and stability. We will NOT allow an athlete to use this equipment unless proper movement skills are demonstrated consistently.
What is The SFBA Summer Hoops Academy?
The SFBA Summer Hoops Academy is an off-season summer basketball development camp designed to help youth basketball players improve their basketball skills and athletic performance.
How is your basketball development program designed?
Our coaches have created a curriculum that starts with a foundation of fundamental basketball skills. Our curriculum includes ball handling, shooting form, passing, defense, and footwork. As players progress through our program, they will begin to apply their fundamentals to in-game situations. Players will practice shooting off of the catch & dribble, attacking from a triple threat, attack moves to the basket, pick and roll actions, man to man defense, moving without the ball, and numerous passing options. Players will play an organized scrimmage each day to practice the skills they learned during camp. Coaches will review the scrimmage with players the following day to go over details from the game with their players. At the end of each day, players will participate in our in-camp basketball tournament.
How is your Athletic development program designed?
The off-season is the time for players to improve their overall strength, multi-directional speed, power, agility, and prepare their body for the upcoming basketball season. Purposeful strength training designed to support a player's basketball skills is essential to maximizing a player's potential. SFBA has designed the athletic development curriculum to push athletes to their full potential while allowing for proper rest between specific workouts. Our Vertimax is one of the tools we use to help athletes develop explosive power in the linear, lateral, and vertical direction.
Do you have different groups for players with different skill levels?
Yes, we do. We divide our camp into three different groups. These include our Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 groups. Level 1 is for our Intro players just learning the game and in need of a strictly foundational curriculum. Level 2 is for our Intermediate players who have some experience playing basketball and need additional fundamental skill development. Level 3 is for our Advanced players who play competitive basketball and have and have a solid grasp of the essential skills and advanced gameplay.
How many students are in each session?
No more than 40-50 students will be allowed in each session. We have lowered our enrollment numbers for the upcoming program.
For 2021 we are dropping our enrollment numbers down to allow for our coaches to focus on smaller groups and provide more instruction to each athlete. You will not be allowed to register your student into a specific week once we have reached our maximum number.