Basketball court specification is based on rules of basketball. Standard basketball court to a length of 28 meters, 15 meters wide rectangular ground. Court must have clear boundaries. At least 2 meters outside the boundary without any obstruction, and the boundary between the audience should be at least 2 m distance. Court called the edge boundary of the long side and short side of the line called the end line. Connect the midpoint of the two edges parallel to the horizontal end line called the center line, outside edge on both sides of the center line of the extension should be 15 cm. The midpoint of the midline as the center and radius of 1.8 meters is called the circle drawn in the circle. Free-throw line is a straight line parallel with the end line, which point must be the midpoint of the end line and the middle in a straight line. Free-throw line and the foul line end of the line connecting the two ends of the composition of a slash is called restricted zone area (the paint).
Registration Form Please complete the application and mail it along with payment to: High Rise Basketball Academy Attn: Robert Spezzano Camp Information 14 N Water Street, Greenwich, CT 06830 Dates A separate form must be completed for each individual. Monday, July 11th through Thursday, July 14th. First Name Last Name Location Age Gender Grade entering fall ‘11 Eagle Hill School Gym: 45 Glenville Rd. Greenwich, CT. Street Address Eligibility The camp is open to boys and girls ages 9 (or entering 4th grade in the fall) to 14. City State Zip Insurance While High Rise Basketball Academy is insured, Parent/Guardian Name each camper must be covered under their own medical insurance. 2011 SUMMER Email Telephone # What To Bring BASKETBALL CAMP In addition to a positive attitude, all campers are re- quired to be outfitted in proper basketball attire (e.g. T-Shirt— Check applicable size (adult sizes): athletic shirt, shorts, socks, basketball sneakers). Camp- X-Small Small Medium Large XL ers are permitted/encouraged to bring water or sports drinks to camp. Summer Camp Fee What Not To Bring Early Sign-Up: $299/camper (if mailed in by April 30th) Jewelry, iPods, and other electronic devices. Camp Fee: $319/camper (if mailed in after April 30th) Make checks or money orders payable to: High Rise Basketball Academy To ensure that each child receives the individual attention neces- How Players Are Divided Every effort will be made to group players based on July 1 1 - 14, 201 1 sary for improvement we often must stop accepting applications once we reach our capacity. To reserve your spot, please include age, ability, and experience. 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM complete payment with your application. Space is reserved on a Non-Refundable Deposit first come basis. Included in your camp fee is a non-refundable deposit of $175. Eagle Hill School Gym Cancellation Policy Cancellations received on or before midnight on June 30, 2011: [45 Glenville Rd. Greenwich, CT] Walk-In Registration $144 refund ($124 refund to early sign-ups) Campers who wish to register on the first day of ac- Cancellations received after midnight on June 30, 2011: For Boys & Girls Ages 9 – 14 tivities will be accepted based upon available space. NO refunds will be issued. Please note, late registrants are subject to a $50 last For Additional Information Contact minute registration fee. Bobby Spezzano: 203-496-0462 / Bobby@HighRiseBasketball.com Drew Gladstone: 347-996-6038 / Drew@HighRiseBasketball.com www.HighRiseBasketball.com About High Rise Directors Camp Highlights Basketball Academy Founded in 2011 by two former division I & II collegiate basket- Bobby Spezzano Skill Development: Each day campers will be put ball players, High Rise Basketball Academy provides children Co-Director through various stations that focus on fundamentals such in the Greater Fairfield & Westchester County area with a safe, As a high school junior, Bobby Spezzano helped as ball handling, passing, offense with & without the ball, structured environment to refine their basketball skills during the lead the 2001-2002 Greenwich High School shooting, rebounding, defense, and more. off-season. Under the direction of a highly-accomplished staff, (GHS) Varsity team to their first division title, Games: Campers will be divided into separate teams participants will be instructed in the fundamentals of the game to with a school best record of 22-4. Bobby went coached and refereed by HRBA staff members. Teams are develop the confidence and skills necessary to become a more ef- on to become the Captain of GHS Varsity during guaranteed to play 1 to 2 organized games per day. fective player. From beginning to end, campers will be exposed to the 2002-2003 season, before attending Concor- a high-level of intense basketball instruction and motivation that Counselors: Our staff includes local coaches, as well dia College on an athletic scholarship for four years. Today Bobby will assist beginners and experienced players alike. as current & former Division I, II and professional players. personally trains developing players and coaches a Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich travel basketball team as well as a United Contests: Campers will get the opportunity to compete Camp Daily Schedule * Sons & Daughters (USAD) AAU basketball team. in various skills challenges with the chance of winning awards/prizes. Drew Gladstone Guest Speakers: Special guest speakers will include 8:15 AM Drop Off 10:15 AM Guest Speakers Co-Director professional players, current & former division I & II col- 8:30 AM Greet/Stretch 11:00 AM Contests As a high school freshman, Drew Gladstone was legiate players as well as current high-level high school 8:45 AM Stations 11:30 AM Team Games a member of the 2001-2002 Varsity Greenwich basketball coaches. 9:45 AM Team Practice 12:30 PM Dismissal High School Divisional Championship team that Teamwork & Sportsmanship: Campers will be *This schedule is tentative and subject to change. Adult supervision will not tallied a record best 22-4 season. Drew completed immersed in an atmosphere that is highly educational be guaranteed before 8:15 AM and after 12:45 PM the second half of his high school career under and motivational. Participants will develop team con- legendary NYC basketball coach Ron Naclerio at cepts, good sportsmanship and character throughout How to Enroll Cardozo HS in Queens, NY. During his high school career, Drew was a two-time scholar athlete award winner, a 2004 Reebok ABCD All- the course of the camp. American, a 2005 McDonald’s All-American nominee, and a 2005 Player Evaluations: At the conclusion of camp, Register Online (Pay with credit card) Jordan Classic participant. He also played AAU basketball under each player will receive a written evaluation by a staff www.HighRiseBasketball.com two-time national high school coach of the year Kevin Boyle, head member based on their performance. Players will be in- Register By Mail (Pay with check or money order) coach of St. Patrick’s HS in New Jersey. Drew went on to play col- formed on their strengths as well as areas for improve- Tear off the attached registration form and mail with payment to: lege ball competing in the Big East Conference at DePaul Univer- ment with helpful suggestions by experienced players High Rise Basketball Academy sity. Today Drew continues to be involved in basketball by individu- and coaches. Attn: Robert Spezzano ally working with local players and coaching travel basketball for Camp T-Shirt: Each camper will receive a T-Shirt with 14 N Water Street, Greenwich, CT 06830 the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich. the official High Rise Basketball Academy Logo. (203) 496-0462 / Bobby@highrisebasketball.com Facility: The camp will be held in an air-conditioned fa- After You Register You will receive a registration confirmation via email. For Bobby and Drew have the exceptional ability to con- cility with a regulation size basketball court. registrations that do not provide an email we will mail a nect with kids while motivating them to be the best Beyond Basketball: Campers will develop the skills confirmation letter via regular mail. they can be. necessary to become a complete basketball player by par- — Renato and Diane Pignataro (Greenwich) Release Of Liability And Authorization For ticipating in daily speed & agility drills conducted by certi- Medical Treatment fied professional trainer Reggie Spears. Reggie is the owner Bobby and Drew know how to teach basketball. In the Included in the registration confirmation email (regular course of coaching our son’s team, they evaluated his and head trainer at All American Athletes in Stamford, CT. mail) will be a release of liability and authorization for medi- game to identify and focus on specific skills so effec- With over 10 years of experience, he will provide camp- cal treatment form. This form must be completed, signed tively that we could see improved performance as the ers with the tools they need to become superior athletes. and mailed back to the address above before the 1st day of season progressed. Learn more about Reggie and All American Athletes at: camp (July 11). — Leslie and John Moriarty (Greenwich) www.AllAmericanAthletes.net
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