Screen Shot 2016-02-08 at 9.10.39 AMSUMMER 2018 // HURRICANES BASKETBALL


WHEN: March 30th @ Lovers Lane United Methodist Church – 9200 Inwood Road, Dallas TX 75220.

rising 2nd – 4th Boys : 4 – 5pm at LLUMC
rising 5th – 8th Boys : 5 – 6pm at LLUMC
rising HS Boys : 6 – 7pm at LLUMC
rising 2nd – 4th Girls : 4 – 5pm at LLUMC
rising 5th – 7th Girls : 5 – 6pm at LLUMC
rising HS Girls : 6 – 7pm at LLUMC

Summer Dates: Wednesday June 11th – Aug 17th**

Summer Practice Locations: This summer we will be practicing at the following locations:

Lovers Lane United Methodist Church
Preston Road Church of Christ
Christ the King Community Center
Winston School
Churchill Rec Center

Practice Structure: Multiple practices opportunities (2-3) a week with an increase of opportunities at times (3-4). When our national teams are traveling, we will offer their practice times for additional skill opportunities, at no additional charge to those participating this summer!!

Game Info: We will be running tournament teams and league teams this summer.

League Teams: Games will be played WEEKDAYS.
Tourney Teams: Games will be played WEEKENDS.

SKILLS & S.A.Q. 2018


3 x a week. TBD / aiming for Mon, Tues, Thurs

LLUMC, CKS, or other

**FREE for SUMMER Hurricane Team Participants

The Skills program focuses on the refinement of your athlete’s skills. These foundational fundamentals (passing, shooting, and dribbling) are crucial to the success of a well-rounded, multidimensional basketball athlete.  Whether beginning, intermediate, or advanced, these essential fundamentals are vital to developing and most importantly maintaining skills.  The greatest athletes in the sport, spend time working on their skill set daily, as they recognize how crucial it is to keep their skill set sharp.

The SAQ program focuses on making your athlete stronger (strength), faster (quickness), and more agile (agility).  Developing their strength, agility, and quickness will make your athlete more explosive on their first step, help them play effectively thru contact, change direction with more fluidity and proper footwork, and help them reach their greatest potential of athleticism. It will increase your athlete’s confidence, self-esteem, and interaction in teamwork settings. It will improve foot speed, quickness, speed changes, and directional change. These are just a few ways that SAQ will benefit your athlete’s game. It will increase their balance, dynamic flexibility, functional core strength, control, and reduce their risk of physical injury by improving their body mechanics. The full list of benefits is extensive. For a more extensive overview of the benefits, please take a moment to read the following.