Brooklyn Swarm AAU

Brooklyn Swarm Programs

WINTER TRYOUTS 2021

Dates: October 29th

Time:

Grades 3rd-6th, from 6-7 pm
Grades 7th-10th, from 7-8 pm

Location:

Aviator Sports and Events Center

3159 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234

Cost: $25

WINTER SEASON INFORMATION

  • Teams will compete in the Super League at Island Garden
  • The season starts late- Nov through late-February
    1 practice per week

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Weekly Winter Training Sessions

8 Week Training Program- Run by head trainer Scott Rich

Nov 30th-January 21st

Tuesday and Thursday Nights

  • 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. – Grades 3rd-5th
  • 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. – Grades 6th-8th
  • 8:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. – Grades 9th-12th

Training focuses on:

  • Footwork and control
  • Conditioning, speed, and agility
  • Keep elements of shooting (form shooing, spot shooting, shooting off screens, and shooting off the move)
  • Ball handling- handling pressure and seeing the floor
  • Concept Drills – Motion Offense and Offensive Spacing
  • Defensive Concepts – Footwork while playing Man to Man or Zone Defense
  • Live-action situational training.
  • Offensive Scoring Moves and Finishes at the Rim

Location– Aviator Sports

Cost: $250

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BROOKLYN SWARM FREE CLINIC

Date: Monday, November 15th

Time: 6pm-7pm – Grades 3-8

7pm-8pm – Grades 9-12

Location: Aviator Sports

Led By Brooklyn Swarm Coaching Staff

COST- Free
**REGISTRATION REQUIRED!

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HIGH SCHOOL BOOT CAMP
Training Instructor – Coach Kristine Lesane (Moo Moo) and Coach Scott Rich

2 Day Bootcamp -November 5th and November 12th

High School Players, Grades 9-12th
7pm-8pm

This HS Boot Camp Program is geared for high school players looking to work on their game before the HS Season begins.
Focus: Offensive Scoring Moves – Scoring off the dribble, Ball screen series, Transition, Ball handling and facing pressure dribbling drills, Post play and isolation scoring, Ways to finishes at the rim.

Cost– $40 for both session dates at Aviator Sports

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INTRODUCING THE BROOKLYN SWARM AAU BASKETBALL

BASKETBALL PHILOSOPHY
The Swarm Club Basketball program was founded upon the principle of teaching young athletes the fundamentals of the game while helping them grow into successful players and people. We create learning environments around the country that are conducive to learning and developing young players. From the CEO down through the organization’s coaches, staff, and players, we strive to improve every day through an unwavering commitment to hard work. We believe that our constant pursuit of expanding our education, confidence, skills, and personalities makes us the best program in the country.

WHY SWARM?
The Swarm program aims to teach players basketball through lessons grounded in fundamental skills. In addition to teaching these foundations, we guide our players to reach their highest potential as individual players as well as teammates. Players will understand terms such as respect, hard work, sacrifice, dedication, and commitment. In the end, it’s our hope that each player will get maximum growth as a player and a person; and additionally, grow to love this great game of basketball.

SWARM SYSTEM
Developed by former college coaches, our Swarm System has been designed to maximize the potential of our athletes while creating consistency throughout our program. Each coach emphasizes the importance of fundamental work while exposing their players to high-level skills and drills when appropriate. We believe that mastering the fundamentals is paramount and is the foundation of any great basketball player. At the Swarm, we have a unique method of incorporating skill sessions with the team, strategy, and conceptual instruction. We approach skill work with focus and enthusiasm, stressing to our players that development takes time and commitment. The vast majority of our coaches have extensive playing and coaching experience, some at professional and collegiate levels. We attribute our unparalleled player retention rates to our system and our drive to provide the best basketball experience for our players and families.