About Our Camp
SENIOR CAMP, July 10-14, 2023 (Grade 6-11 in Fall 2023)
Full Day Camp | 8:30am-4:00pm
JUNIOR CAMP, July 10-14, 2023 (Grade 1-5 in Fall 2023)
Full-Day Camp | 8:30am - 3:30pm
Campers are to bring their own lunches.
Initiated in 2004, Crossover Basketball Camp continues to be a leader of basketball instruction and player development in the North London community. Over these fourteen years, youth of varying skill levels, ages, and experience, have developed and improved their individual skills at Crossover Basketball Camp. This camp is idea for youth with a love of basketball and a desire to cross their game over to the next level. Many players go on to excel for school and club teams in the London area.
At Crossover Basketball Camp a large range of skills are taught, from the basics of shooting and dribbling, to one on one moves, to team offence. This year's camp will emphasize both individual and team defence.
With opportunity to hone crucial skills, have fun, and meet fellow players, Crossover Basketball Camp will be one of the highlights of the summer.
The Jr camp at Crossover Basketball Camp is the perfect place for your child – whether they are beginners or have basketball experience - to develop a love for basketball and to improve their skills. Campers will get the opportunity to work on their ball handling (stationery and movement), shooting, passing, lay-ups, and defensive principles (individual and team). Coaches will teach campers the importance of acceleration and deceleration, how to protect the ball, how to play help defence, proper shooting mechanics, and emphasizing proper footwork when doing lay-ups. These skills will be taught using a variety of fun and competitive games and drills. Campers will be receiving feedback regularly from their counsellors.
Ball handling both basic and advanced are staples at Crossover Basketball Camp. This year we will be teaching campers how to be shifty, how to use the hip swivel and different ways to protect the ball and create separation (crossovers, the pocket dribble, change of speed, step back and the negative step). These skills along with shooting fundamentals, basic and advanced finishes (Euro step, two foot stop,one step lay-up), defensive skills (individual and team), and drive and kick offence will be taught over the week. Campers will get an opportunity in the morning and afternoon to incorporate many of the skills that they have learned in competitive scrimmages – 3 on 3, 4 on 4, and 5 on 5. Campers will be receiving feedback regularly from their counsellors and an individual report card at the end of the week.
Notable Past Campers::
Greg Morrow: Western University
Jason Hawke: NCAA – Michigan Tech Huskies
Cam Morrison: Western University
Caitlyn Croley: McMaster University
Matt Gruninger: Western University
Nick Hallett: University of Toronto and currently a member of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Jake Hunter: Nippising University
Micah Kirubel: Windsor and Western University
Joey Kirubel: Fanshawe College
Bruno Pande: Fanshawe College
Lucy Tesseyman: Guelph University
Sebastian Morin: Professional basketball in France