NBC Basketball Camp at Columbia Bible College Abbotsford, British Columbia
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NBC Camps training for point guards, wing/forward and post players in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Work with the staff on your specific basketball position.
Improve your understanding and skill level at the position you play. Each basketball position has its own set of unique challenges, responsibilities, skill sets and qualities you need to master. Work with staff at your specific position.
Attracting athletes from around BC and also US Campers from Washington State from cities like Lynden, Bellingham, Seattle, Tacoma and more, NBC Camps at Columbia Bible College is a truly international basketball camp with a 50/50 split of US and Canadian athletes attending. NBC attracts kids of all ages and has leagues for elite athletes as well as beginning players.
For 40 years, NBC Camps has been training athletes for success on and off the court. Creating the best instructional basketball camps in the U.S. is our full-time job. Former Division 1 coaches and players have designed a unique summer camp program that will help you excel in every aspect of the game. From our basketball curriculum, to our tournaments and games, from our Intensity Station, to our life skills training, NBC Camps works to provide the ultimate basketball camp experience.
Position Specific Camps: Guard, Wing and Post
July 7-11, 2014
These camps differ from our intermediate/advanced basketball camps in that athletes are divided into specific positions: points, wings and posts. This training is much more detailed for each specific position. Athletes select one position for the week to study. Posts, wings, and point guards then combine in the afternoon for competitive tournaments and games.
- Columbia Place features one of the premier gymnasiums in BC.
- CBC has an amazing cafeteria. Great food every meal.
- Outstanding college coaches and players staff this camp and truly care about each child who attends.
- Multiple leagues assuring each camper is in the right group, learning and competing at the level they need.
- The CBC campus is small and off site gyms are very close so kids spend their time on the court instead of walking or riding a bus.
Columbia Bible College is located in beautiful city of Abbotsford, BC. The dining facility, dorm rooms and beautiful college gym are perfect for a great camp environment. Campers will be staying in very nice residential dorms. Each room accommodates two campers, with nearby private shower facilities. These rooms do not have linen and bedding provided and not air-conditioned and we suggest you bring a fan.
You do not need to request a roommate before camp begins. When you sign up for a room, have your preferred roommate with you. If you have no preference, we will match you with someone of the same gender and similar age. The college food service provides multiple all-you-can-eat entrees for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Get super cool gear at camp including the NBC Pure Shooting Basketball. Order online or over the phone at 1-800-406-3926 and pick it up the first day of camp. Click here for more information. Meet your coaching staff
Shane Wichers is a 15 year teacher in the Nooksack Valley School District, just outside Bellingham, Washington. Shane currently teaches high school history. He has spent 15 years as the girls head basketball coach at Nooksack and has placed at the state basketball tournament multiple times.Read Full Bio
Shane has had the opportunity to coach many all-league players and some have gone on to play at the college level. He has been involved with NBC Camps for over 20 years either as a camper, coach or taking his basketball team to NBC Team Camp. Shane has been married for 15 years and has three
NBC Camps coaches are known for their hard work, great attitude, and commitment to helping you reach your potential on and off the court. Our curriculum focuses on helping you master even the most difficult skills as well as developing leadership, mental toughness, and confidence.
The NBC Difference
Unlike other camp programs where skills training falls under the expertise of the camp director, NBC Camps has built a program of training to help each camper walk out of camp a better player and person. Our site directors work as event managers helping to run a great week of camp and facilitating the implementation of our specific camp expectations. Our basketball instruction is based on skill curriculum and talent development we believe are essential to take your game to the next level. Though coaching styles and drills may change, our master teachers receive DVDs, lesson plans, and detailed training on how to maximize this week of camp. Coaching at camp is much different than coaching a team. With over 40 years experience, our goal is to give you the best basketball and life skills instruction possible.
TEACH BASKETBALL AND LIFE SKILLS AT A “WORLD CLASS” LEVEL
Coach the game at a world class level. FAB 4
• Protect the ball
• Play with quickness and intensity
• Play Smart
• Finish the play
Teach by living valuable skills for life. LIFE 4
• Guard your heart
• Live with love & intensity
• Be smart by seeking out wisdom
• Finish strong, never give up
The ability to know, understand and apply is the heart of NBC’s Teach, Encourage, Correct method. True teaching takes place when the student knows how to reproduce the skill and self-correct the skill when it is wrong.
Begins 12:30 First day
Intensity Station Third night of camp 8:45
Awards Program begins 3:00 pm Final day
Camp Ends 4:00 pm Final day
For extended day campers, check in time each morning during camp will be at 8:30 and check out each night will be around 9:30. The check-in on the first day and end time on the final day for extended day are the same as overnight campers.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:10 Wake up
- 7:40 Ball Handling
- 8:10 Breakfast
- 8:40 Role Call
- 9:00 Fundamental Instruction Stations
- 12:00 Lunch
- 1:30 Games and Full court competition
- 5:00 Dinner
- 6:30 Evening Activities (intensity stations, all star games)
- 8:00 Evening Program
- 9:00 Discussion Groups
- 10:15 Lights Out