Isaiah Thomas To Hold Elite Skills Basketball Camp June 25-28

The former Curtis and University of Washington star, now a member of the NBA's Sacramento Kings, is leading the camp at the Henry T. Schatz Boys & Girls Club near University Place.

You can learn from one of the NBA's best young point guards in your back yard, University Place.

Isaiah Thomas - the former Curtis High and University of Washington star who now - will be holding an Elite Skills Academy at the Henry T. Schatz Boys & Girls Club. It's located at 3875 S 66th St., in Tacoma, right outside of University Place.

The point guard will lead the three-day camp, which is for boys and girls, between 6-17.

"This is no ordinary camp," according to the camp's website. "At the Elite Skills Academy, players will receive instruction from a collection of the area's top coaches as well as Isaiah Thomas himself!"

"That's right...Isaiah will not just be stopping in to shake a few hands, he is co-directing the camp and will be involved hands on for a majority of the camp."

Some skills campers will learn:

  • Form Shooting & shot repetition
  • Ball handling skills
  • Perimeter defense
  • Post defense
  • Defensive footwork & positioning
  • One on One moves
  • Passing
  • Conditioning

The camp will also include:

  • Basketball trivia
  • Daily competitions
  • Special prizes
  • Guest speakers

Campers will receive:

  • Elite Skills Academy T-Shirt
  • A signed 8x10 photo of Isaiah
  • Elite Skills Academy certificate

The camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 25-28. Cost is $150 per camper before June 18; $175 afterward.

To register for more information, click here.

Damien Gregory February 01, 2013 at 06:47 AM
Hi this is Damien Gregory I have a son Daymon Gregory he is the best point gaurd in Yakima valley he ave 16 points a game 14 ass I want to no when your next camp is you are the best point gaurd in the league to my son has all your pic so if you could help that would be great it will be good to see you playing for seattle


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