Summer Program

For more information you can call 808-305-1558 or 808-223-5620

“A team is not simply a group of people working together. A team is a group of people that truly cares, values, and respects each other. A group of people that believe ‘we is greater than me.’ A group of people that are committed to fulfilling their specific role to contribute to the team’s shared vision, mission, and purpose.         Alan Stein Jr

Summer Program 2024

During the summer, we try not to play any games at home – we would generally go away on a camp/clinic workout and team tournament on the mainland (Las Vegas, Pam Spring, and or Arizona). If we cannot travel, we will work on skills, learning, and improving our system.  We will not play in an AAU or any club tournament. 



Section 7 Event this summer

High School Basketball in Phoneix, Arizona

The Best High School Teams in Front of College Coaches June 15-25,2024 

played in the State Farm Stadium Boys Qualifier June 21-22 

(Level) for D II, D III and NAIA

The biggest stage for High School teams to play in front of College Coaches. 

400 Teams, NCAA Final Four Stadium 


ALL PLAYERS WHO ARE SELECTED TO PLAY BASKETBALL 

MUST ATTEND ALL PRACTICE AND TRAVELING SCHEDULES


ALL PLAYERS 

Saturdays 6 am to 7:30 am

Monday & Wednesday 5 pm to 7 pm


Summer Skills and Weightroom Work BY Conditioning Coach Kami Hookano

Conditioning Weightroom Workout schedule

The Start date is TBA for 2024

Tuesday & Thursday, 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Saturday 9:00 am

Summer Basketball Development League is on Monday and Wednesday from 4 pm to 8 pm. 

Govs Memorial Invitational Tournament

May 24 - 27, 2024

TENTATIVE FALL SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 1st 

We are very cognitive of athletes playing other sports once we meet with them.

Monday and Wednesday Afternoon Tuesday and Thursday Morning 

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Conditioning             6:30 AM 7:30 AM Court Shooting Practice


All Practices are open to the players' families and School Staff only.  We ask that all spectators and visitors avoid talking to the players while the practice is in session; if you do, the player will be asked to leave.

OFF-SEASON PROGRAM

1.    Summer Basketball Development starts IN MAY - JUNE

Position Coaches may schedule you for extra time other than the expected practice.

2.    Basic Skills Testing

3.    Flexibility, Strength, and Conditioning Testing

4.    Player Evaluation

5.    Preseason Requirements

PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME for any scheduled practice time you commit to; a commitment is when you and the coaching staff agree to meet at a particular time on all posted schedules (summer and or season).

As a coaching staff, we will help you with your individual needs for skill improvement during the summer and regular seasons. So please understand what you do at our summer programs, which will help you prepare to make the team for next year's regular-season team (junior varsity or varsity).  

No individual is guaranteed a position.


SUMMER TRYOUTS FORM 2023.pdf


SUMMER PLANNED WORKOUT SCHEDULE

Summer Tavil team Arozona section 16 TBA

Las Vegas Summer Workout and Tournament Play TBA


End of Practice

We will use this schedule for summer practice. The program's essential emphasis is teaching our players the foundation of solid foot movement and understanding the operational areas (Spacing) on the court to create balance. To do this, we must explain the WHY so they will see and understand what to do and when to do it.

 

In teaching these foundations, we need to use the whole-part method and a systematic approach to teaching active parts of the game. Everything we do is sequential, and we must do one before two.

 

Part 1 is Lecture and testing. Like any subject, our athletes must take mental notes.  Therefore, the cognitive part of their game is developed.  If they can explain what they are doing, we will have an athlete seeing the game unfold, thus making better decisions. When we, as coaches, assume they understand what we are teaching and do not question them (Test), we work in a gray area.

 

We must encourage them to ask questions.  Asking questions will open up their vision of why we do things.  Like any subject, you, as a coach/teacher, must review their workbooks to reinforce learning.

 

Remember that if you or your players walk away from practice, not knowing if you or they got it, you have wasted their time and yours.