Basketball in Wolf Trap

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Reservations/Appointments: Required
Established: 2005
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: Kids ages 6–14
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Basketball

"My camp offers a unique quality," says Mark Karver, the owner and director of BCC Basketball Camp. "I played professional basketball for 11 years and I have taught elementary school for 11 years." A veteran of the European and Israeli basketball leagues, Mark returned to the US to put his degree in education to use. During the summers, though, he shares his ongoing passion for hoops with kids ages 6 to 14.

Mark breaks down each camp day into sessions that focus on different skills. Kids rotate through the various stations, working on everything from defensive footwork to reverse back-flip slam dunks. To keep things fun, Mark also peppers each camp with guest speakers, games, and contests.

4301 E West Hwy.
Bethesda,
MD
US

Strength and conditioning coach Blair O'Donovan's decade of experience and work with high-level talents has yielded an array of inventive training tactics that help youth basketball players develop the same tools the pros use, including strength, agility, and speed.

4961 Nicholson Ct.
Kensington,
MD
US

Supporting the efforts of the Children's Charities Foundation, the BB&T Classic Basketball Tournament kicks off the college-basketball season with a doubleheader of hoop-scoring. Game One will pit the George Washington Colonials against 2011 NCAA Final Four participants the VCU Rams. The second game will match up the University of Maryland Terrapins and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, finally determining which team can wring out more sweat out of their jerseys. Fans can catch both games in the capacious confines of the Verizon Center, enjoying a bird's-eye view of deft passes, soaring leaps, and referees huddling up to figure out where they’ll go for dinner.

601 F Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US

Roger Mason Jr. was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 2002 and played for numerous NBA teams during his basketball career, including defending NBA champs the Miami Heat. At Roger Mason Jr. Basketball Camp, he happily trades his position as player for that of coach and inspirational guide. In a state-of-the-art facility with air-conditioned courts, Roger and his staff impart the fundamentals of the game upon budding hoopsters. Camps include drills, instructional play, and one-on-one instruction, and students have a chance to hone their social skills and be a part of a team, where they'll learn to share the ball, run plays, and create air- and water-tight huddles. The camp offers programs for many age levels for both boys and girls.

17301 Old Vic Blvd.
Olney,
MD
US