Point guards always need to see a step ahead of everyone else on the floor.
If I’m the point guard, I have to think about what will happen two moves after the initial pass or cut. I have to know someone is open even before they know that they’re open.
There are no gimmicks involved in what we do at Team Footprintz.
We will not teach 30 ball tricks while you are jumping in the air on a trampoline. That’s not game related. Everything is based on 1) hard work and 2) repetition.
Players really like to see results when they train, and everyone loves to see physical development results as well. POINT 3 Alpha Jeff Sparrow takes you through some of the things he does to drive the physical AND mental aspects of his players' improvement!
The winners of our 2015 Get Sponsored contest, the Orlando Team Jayhawks received their head-to-toe gear this past week. The squad will be looking as sharp as ever the rest of the season! What are the Jayhawks working on? How do they continue to develop during the season? We spoke with Coach Smith of the Jayhawks.
Ball Handling Coach and Performer Jesse "Snake" Muench has made a career for himself based on his "sick" ball-handling skills.
Jesse cought a taste of our gear and loved it so much he has started wearing it in some of his ball-handling training videos. So we decided to do a contest with him to see which of his videos people thought was the best! Everyone who votes has a chance to win a pair of our DRYV Baller 2.0 Shorts, too.
Georgia is one of the nation's best areas for High School basketball, evident by the number of NBA players that have come through the state. Our POINT 3 Alphas over at The Skill Factory work with some of the best players Georgia has to offer. Two of the state's newest stars, Florida State signee Malik Beasley, and Xavier signee Kaiser Gates, are great examples of players who have dedicated themselves to continuous hard work and game improvement.
Check out video and our exclusive interview with the two rising stars!
The NBA season is finally here! Our POINT 3 Alphas were hard at work all summer getting some of the NBA's best players ready for tipoff. Over the next few days, we'll drop a few blog posts that showcase some of the great names that have worked with our Alphas. Our second edition of the series features the OHoops crew. Orlando Hoops Inc. was founded in 1999 by coach Irwin Hudson.
Team tryouts are typically just a couple of weeks away. You’ve worked on your game all summer long, now it’s time to reap the benefits and make the squad!
Our POINT 3 Alpha trainers work with players at all levels, ranging from grade schoolers to the best of the best. They’re happy to share some of their insight and years of experience in helping players like Dwight Howard, James Harden, Chandler Parsons, Ryan Kelly, and others make big steps in their careers!
If you're serious about your game, you're ready to put in the work to get better, no matter what level you play at. That's the sign of a true ballplayer.
We've wanted to bring our Alpha A-game to a wider audience for a long time, so we're pumped to bring you this video with Bball Breakdown , one of the biggest and most popular sports channels on Youtube.
Check out this video featuring Triple Threat Academy's Tony Freccero!
Every player that takes the game seriously knows that the pre-season is just as important as any other point in the season. As a matter a fact, some would argue that it’s the most important. If you fail to accomplish your goals in the pre-season, you’ll likely end up heading into the basketball season unprepared and unconfident. Tryouts are right around the corner, and we want to make sure you’re doing everything you need to be doing to prepare.
We tapped a few of our Alpha basketball trainers to give some advice on pre-season training. We will be posting these answers throughout the next few weeks!