The 2019 Father Son Basketball Camp was rockin. Our goal every year is to bring fathers and sons closer together through the game of basketball. Thank you everyone who attended.
Orange Counties Victor Evans has been coaching Summer Camps and After School Classes for the past year and this Summer he is balling at Nike's Drew League in Los Angeles. Playing for Metta World Peace's "Pandas", Vic is averaging 14 points and 5 rebounds a game.
If you are in the area, check out a game and root on 1on1's finest.
This July 17th - 21st our DC Metroball Team will participate in the USA Basketball National Championships in Westfield, Indiana. The tournament hosts 10th grade, 9th grade, 13U and 12U divisions of play for boys and girls and is operated by USA Basketball, the National Governing Body for basketball in the United States.
Let's go boys!
Regional Directors from across the United States took to Nashville March 18-22nd to discuss exciting developments for 2019 and beyond. Improving programs, generating new ideas, and ordering new gear was among the many task items taken care of. Ask your Regional Director about their time in Nashville!
Seattle - Stuart Michie
Portland - Jake Green
South Bay - Mike Livingston
San Jose - Adam Arella
Orange County - Ryan Axford
Providence - Frank Luca
Ann Arbor - Jonathen Kronberg
President - Arthur Jackson
DC - Henry Mulzac III
Orange County Director Ryan Axford was recognized by Long Beach Unified School District for exemplorary participation as an Educational Partner with Henry Elementary School. Check out more Orange County information below.
President of One on One, Arthur Jackson, returned to China in July. He first headed to Donghai to train the top youth from the Jiang Su Province. He also trained coaches on core fundamentals and beginning team concepts. He then traveled to Beijing to train coaches and implement the same training techniques used throughout our American regional offices.
This Summer Team 1on1 travelled to Bolivia to play, coach, teach and explore the area. We trained over 300 coaches in Santa Cruz, offered player clinics for boys and girls in Tarija, and met with the Charge d’Affaires for the US Embassy Bruce Williamson in La Paz. While in Tarija we also played a tournament against local teams- after cruisinig through the bracket we met a local All Star team in the Championship and came out victorious.