The Learn to Play 3v3 League is a fun beginner basketball league combined with weekly skills clinics for boys and girls K to 3rd Grade looking to get into the game of basketball. This league is offered on Friday evenings during the Fall and Winter. Each season consists of six, one hour per week sessions led by RoughRider Basketball and EYG coaches/trainers and supported/assisted by volunteer coaches. Each session includes a 30-minute skills clinic and a 30-minute small court 3v3 game.
K through 3rd grade - Divisions will be made based on grade and/or skill level. Advanced players can request to play up in an older division but players are not allowed to play down in a younger division.
Teams are formed based on grade, skills, and coach relationship. Teams consist of 4-6 players with a maximum of 7 players. All teams are co-ed. All team coaches are volunteer parents assisting the RoughRider and EYG coaches running the session.
The summer is the time for basketball players.
The time to get better. The time to add something to their skill set. The time to improve players weaknesses and build on strengths.
Going from high school to college has its differences. Going from one college season to the next college season has its differences. Being prepared for the moments in high school is important.
Players who are driven to do well spend their summer getting better in empty gyms, being uncomfortable, and consistently training.
EYG is committed to working with serious and motivated basketball players looking to be their very best when the moment comes.
As a player if you believe you can accomplish it – then it can be done.
If you want to be good and make plays on the floor, you have to believe you can make plays on the floor. If you want to be a lockdown defender, you have to believe you can be a lockdown defender. This list could go on. If you want to be whatever it is you want to be on the floor you have to first believe it.
Now the real kicker is you can’t just believe. Belief comes from being confident. Being confident comes from putting in work. Putting in time to become the best you can possibly be.
This belief thing doesn’t mean you get everything you want as a player. There are a lot of factors that go into succeeding on the basketball court. But as a player you have to step into the arena believing that you are good. As a team you have to step on the floor believing you are going to do well.
That is exactly why we have created our six week preseason training program. This program is designed to put in the work so the belief can be there.
Player Development Coach