Cal Boys Basketball Camp

Cal Boys Basketball Camp
Cal Boys Basketball Camp

Cal Basketball Camps are back for another summer of competitive fun in the newly renovated Haas Pavilion on the UC Berkeley campus. Head Coach, Cuonzo Martin and his staff will once again lead several sessions of camp for young players that want to get better this summer.

Cal Basketball Camps will feature sessions for players of all abilities and ages. New this summer is the Cal Shootout, designed for local teams to compete against one another. Also, for the first time, the Cal Men's Coaching Staff will host a Father-Son Camp!

Highlights Include

  • Superior coaching from the Cal Men's Basketball Coaching Staff
  • A tenacious approach to defensive skills training and improvement
  • Opportunity to play in Cal's newly renovated Haas Pavilion
  • Advanced skill development drills with a strong emphasis on fundamentals
  • Official California Basketball Team T-Shirt, Camp Workbook and other great prizes!
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Dates & Prices

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Cuonzo Martin
Camp Director

Cuonzo Martin

Boasting a track record of success that includes a conference Coach of the Year honor and postseason berths five of the past six seasons, Cuonzo Martin is regarded as one of the top basketball coaches in the game.

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In his first season at California in 2014-15, Martin directed the Golden Bears to 18 wins and a run to the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 Tournament. Under his tutelage, Tyrone Wallace successfully transitioned to the point guard role. Wallace was named a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award recognizing the nation’s top point guard in his first season at the position. The point guard finished the season as the only individual in the Pac-12 to place in the top five in the conference in scoring, rebounding and assists. David Kravish completed his career as the school’s all-time leader in blocks and one of the program’s top scorers and rebounders of all-time.    

Martin and his staff signed a consensus national top-10 recruiting classes for the 2015-16 season, including top-five overall prospects in Ivan Rabb and Jaylen Brown and forward Roman Davis from Los Angeles.

Prior to California, Martin served as the head coach at Tennessee for three seasons, guiding the Volunteers to a spot in the Sweet 16 of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.  

Martin owns a career record of 142-97, winning nearly 60 percent of his games as a head coach. The mentor has guided his teams to the postseason five of the last six years and has averaged more than 20 victories over seven seasons.

The 43-year-old Martin, a native of East St. Louis, Ill., has served the game of basketball for more than two decades, beginning with a standout four-year playing career at Purdue University. He has played and coached alongside some of the most highly-regarded mentors in the game, including Hall of Fame Coach Gene Keady. Martin is a member of a distinguished group of successful college basketball coaches to serve under Keady, along with Matt Painter (Purdue), Bruce Weber (Illinois and Kansas State), Steve Lavin (UCLA and St. John’s) and Kevin Stallings (Vanderbilt).

As the head coach at Tennessee in 2013-14, Martin led the Volunteers to the Sweet 16 and a national ranking of 23rd in the final USA Today coaches poll. With a 24-13 final record, Tennessee matched its fourth-best win total in school history and recorded the most victories since the 2009-10 campaign. After earning a berth in the NCAA’s First Four, the Martin-led Volunteers captured victories over Iowa, Massachusetts and Mercer to equal the most wins in one NCAA Tournament in program history.

Over his three seasons at Tennessee, Martin posted a 63-41 mark, taking the Vols to the postseason all three years. They finished in the top-five of the powerful SEC in each of Martin’s three seasons, including a tie for second in his first campaign after the squad was predicted to place 11th in the conference’s preseason poll. UT earned a berth in the National Invitation Tournament his first two years, before garnering an NCAA Tournament selection in 2014. Under Martin’s tutelage, forward Jarnell Stokes was a two-time first-team All-SEC selection and was one of just three individuals in the six power conferences this season to average a double-double. Stokes led the SEC and ranked seventh nationally in rebounding at 10.6 rpg., while also averaging 15.1 ppg.

Predicated on tenacity and defense, Martin’s 2013-14 Tennessee squad limited opponents to just 61.7 ppg., the lowest in the SEC and second-lowest total at UT since 1969. The Vols ranked 18th nationally in total defense this past year.   

Prior to taking over at Tennessee, Martin served as head coach at Missouri State for three years where he built a record of 61-41 with win totals of 24 and 26 his final two seasons. He led the Bears to the Tournament title in 2010. In 2010-11, Martin guided Missouri State to its first-ever regular-season Missouri Valley Conference championship and along the way became the program’s first-ever MVC Coach of the Year. He was the 2011 recipient of the Ben Jobe National Coach of the Year Award, presented annually to the top minority head coach in Division I men’s basketball.

Martin began his coaching career serving as an assist on the staff at West Lafayette High School in Indiana. His first stint as a collegiate coach came at Purdue where he joined the staff for the 2000-01 season under Keady, his college coach. He remained on staff with current Purdue head coach Matt Painter and was elevated to associate head coach for the 2007-08 season before being hired as head coach at Missouri State the next year. During his eight-year tenure at Purdue, Martin mentored several all-conference standouts, including All-American and current Minnesota Timberwolves forward Robbie Hummel.

Martin also has experience as a coach with USA Basketball, serving on the staff for the USA Junior National Team at the 2011 FISU World University Games in Shenzhen, China. 

As a player, Martin was a first-team All-Big Ten selection in 1995 at Purdue when he averaged 18.4 ppg and sank 91 three-pointers. He graduated in 1995 as one of the program’s all-time leaders in three-pointers (179) and one of the Boilermakers’ career scoring leaders (1,666). Playing under Keady and alongside All-American Glenn Robinson, Martin led Purdue to a pair of Big Ten titles and to a 90-37 record over four years. The Boilermakers went to the postseason each season with Martin, reaching the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament as a junior in 1994. 

Following his stellar collegiate playing career, Martin was selected by the Atlanta Hawks with the 57th overall pick of the 1995 NBA Draft. He played professionally for four years with the Hawks, Milwaukee Bucks and Vancouver Grizzlies. In 1997, Martin was the leading scorer for Felize Scandone in Italy. 

Martin returned to his alma mater where he earned his bachelor’s degree in restaurant, hotel, institutional and tourism management from Purdue in 2000. He and his wife, Roberta, have two sons, Joshua and Chase, and a daughter, Addison.

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Tracy Webster
Assistant Coach

Tracy Webster

Boasting more than a decade of Division I coaching experience, Webster was appointed California's associate head coach on April 30, 2014. He has had success throughout his career, with...

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Boasting more than a decade of Division I coaching experience, Webster was appointed California's associate head coach on April 30, 2014. He has had success throughout his career, with five NCAA Tournament berths and one Final Four appearance as a coach. In 2009, ranked Webster as one of the top 50 assistant coaches in the nation.

Following just one season as an assistant coach, Webster was elevated to Tennessee’s associate head coach prior to the 2012-13 season. He has helped guide Tennessee to postseason berths each of his three years on the coaching staff in Knoxville, including an appearance in the Sweet 16 last season. Webster played an important role in the development of Tennessee standout shooting guard Jordan McRae, who finished his career among UT’s career leaders in scoring (16th, 1,521 points), three-point field goals (T-7th, 179) and blocks (13th, 97). A two-time First Team All-SEC selection, McRae received 2013 SEC Player of the Year laurels by ESPN’s Jay Bilas and Jimmy Dykes and CBS Sports’ Seth Davis.

Prior to joining Cuonzo Martin at Tennessee, Webster spent the 2010-11 campaign as an assistant at Nebraska and was on the staff at DePaul for the 2009-10 season where he was appointed the program’s interim head coach in January of 2010. Prior to that, he served as an assistant coach at Kentucky for two seasons as the Wildcats earned postseason berths in 2008 and 2009. At Kentucky, he played a role in the development of Jodie Meeks, who recently completed his fifth season in the NBA and second with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Webster, who played collegiately at Wisconsin, has also coached at Illinois, Purdue and Ball State at the Division I level. As a member of Bruce Weber’s staff at Illinois for three seasons, the Fighting Illini earned an NCAA Tournament berth each year. The 2005 Illinois squad, which featured five eventual NBA players including three-time All-Star Deron Williams, tied the NCAA record for wins in a season with a 37-2 mark and reached the Final Four where the Fighting Illini dropped a 75-70 decision to North Carolina in the national title game.  

During his days at Purdue, Webster was an assistant along with Martin under Hall of Fame head coach Gene Keady where the Boilermakers reached the postseason in his one year on the staff in West Lafayette, Ind.

He began his coaching career at Division III Wisconsin-Parkside in 1998 before a three-year stint on the coaching staff at Ball State.

A native of Harvey, Ill., Webster was an All-State point guard at Thornton High School where he was named the sixth-best point guard in Chicago scholastic history in 1992. He went on to earn three varsity letters at Wisconsin (1992-94), posting 1,264 points and a school-record 501 assists with the Badgers. A three-time All-Big Ten selection, Webster also owns the school career record for three-point percentage (.490) and is one of Wisconsin’s all-time leaders in steals with 183 in his career in Madison. His 36 points against Southeast Missouri State in November of 1991 is the 10th-most in a single game in Wisconsin history.    

Webster earned his bachelor’s degree from Wisconsin in 1995 and is married to the former Shenetta Richardson.

Wyking Jones

Wyking Jones

Boasting nearly 15 years of collegiate coaching experience, Wyking Jones begins his first season as an assistant coach for the California men's basketball program in 2015-16. ...

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Boasting nearly 15 years of collegiate coaching experience, Wyking Jones begins his first season as an assistant coach for the California men's basketball program in 2015-16. 

“We are very pleased to welcome Wyking, his wife Estrella and children Jameel and Zoe to the Cal family,” Martin said when Jones was introduced as Cal's assistant coach on April 23, 2015. “Wyking is a well-respected coach with proven success in developing individuals to achieve their goals in both basketball and life. We are bringing him back home to California, where he has experience as both a player and a coach. His strong relationships in not only the state of California, but around the country will continue to bolster our program’s national footprint.”  

“I am very excited to join Cuonzo Martin's staff and the California basketball family,” Jones said. “Coach Martin and his staff are very well regarded amongst their peers in the coaching ranks. I'm looking forward to working with Coach Martin and learning from him. Growing up in California, I always had a great deal of respect for Cal's strong tradition of academic and athletic success. I believe that exciting times are ahead for this basketball program under Coach Martin's lead and I'm very much looking forward to being a part of it.”

Jones, a native of Inglewood, Calif., returns to his home state with 12 years of experience as a coach at the collegiate level.

Jones joins the Golden Bears’ staff after serving as an assistant coach at Louisville the past four seasons. During his time on the Cardinals’ coaching staff, UofL’s combined record was 123-30. Louisville captured the 2013 NCAA Championship and reached two Final Fours over the past four seasons. The Cardinals completed the 2014-15 season with a 27-9 record, reaching the NCAA Tournament regional final.

Prior to Louisville, Jones served two seasons on the coaching staff at New Mexico where the Lobos won 52 games in two seasons, including a school-record 30-win campaign in 2010. New Mexico finished the 2010 season ranked eighth in the Associated Press national poll.

Jones served as an assistant coach for five seasons from 2002-06 at Pepperdine, where he was the Waves’ recruiting coordinator. He got his start in coaching at his alma mater, Loyola Marymount, during the 1996-97 season.

He was a standout at LMU from 1991-95 under head coach John Olive, where his 1,076 career points rank 24th all-time in the program’s history. Jones also collected 493 career rebounds during his career with the Lions. He was a two-time All-West Coast Conference selection, highlighted by a 19.7 ppg. average as a junior. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Loyola Marymount in 1995. 

Jones played professional basketball from 1995-2001 in Italy, France, Japan, Lebanon and South Korea. He also served on the staff at Nike Elite Youth Basketball four two years from 2007-08.  

Jones and his wife, Estrella, have a son, Jameel and a daughter, Zoe. 

Marco Harris

Marco Harris

Marco Harris is in his second season as the Director of Operations for the California men’s basketball program. Harris oversees the program’s day-to-day operations and manages...

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Marco Harris is in his second season as the Director of Operations for the California men’s basketball program.

Harris oversees the program’s day-to-day operations and manages the numerous administrative tasks while working closely with the athletic department’s senior staff. He has direct oversight of the program’s budget and serves as a liaison for the program in various campus and community initiatives.    

Prior to coming to Berkeley, Harris served three years on Martin’s staff at Tennessee where he was the Volunteers’ Director of Operations for the 2013-14 season. Harris spent the first two seasons in Knoxville as Tennessee’s student-athlete welfare coordinator. In that role, he was instrumental in providing optimal support to allow the student-athletes the opportunity to flourish on the court, in the class room and as ambassadors in the community.

Under Harris’ stewardship as student-athlete welfare coordinator, Tennessee posted a team grade point average of 2.63, the program’s highest GPA since it was first recorded in 2003. The Vols were also the recipients of the Tennessee Community Outreach Team of the Year award in 2013.    

Harris’ relationship with Martin dates back more than three decades to their days growing up together in East St. Louis, Ill.

A mentor and entrepreneur, Harris has enjoyed success as both a coach and private business owner. He has coached at both the high school (Booker T. Washington HS in Tulsa, Okla.) and AAU level. As Booker T. Washington’s assistant/interim head varsity coach, Harris guided the Hornets to a state title and a perfect 21-0 record in 2011. Harris has owned and operated several businesses and held several roles as an athletic administrator throughout his professional career.  

A standout in baseball at Southern Illinois during the beginning of his college experience, Harris later attended Southwestern Oklahoma State where he began his basketball career. In two seasons at Southwestern Oklahoma State (1992-94), Harris was a fixture in the backcourt where was team captain as a senior.  

Harris, who received his associate’s degree in business management from Southwestern Illinois College in 1992, earned his bachelor’s degree in business management at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1994.

Camp Details


Bears Kids Camp Session I: June 13-16. Ages 7-16.
Bears Kids Camp Session II: June 20-23. Ages 7-16.
Father-Son Camp: June 19. Ages 6+.
Cal Skills Camp: July 26-28. Ages 7-13/Entering 2nd-7th grade. 
One Day Elite Camp: August 28. Ages 12-18.

Click the "More Details" button below for detailed information on camp sessions, camp hours, facilities, and registration.

More Important Camp Details

CAL KIDS CAMPS (Ages 7-16)

Session I: June 13-16 
Session II: June 20-23
Check-in Location: Haas Pavilion
Camp Hours: TUES-THURS 9AM-4PM
Camp Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch or lunch money. A camp store will be open for pizza, snack, and drink purchases.

Designed for the beginner as well as the seasoned player, the Cal Bears Kids Camp will place emphasis on fundamentals, skill development, and proper technique. 



Date: June 19
Check-in Location: Haas Pavilion
Camp Hours: SUN 9AM-4PM
Camp Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch or lunch money. A camp store will be open for pizza, snack, and drink purchases.


CAL SKILLS CAMP (Ages 7-13/Entering 2nd-7th Grade)

Dates: July 26-28
Check-in Location: Haas Pavilion
Camp Hours: MON-WED 9AM-4PM
Camp Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch or lunch money. A camp store will be open for pizza, snack, and drink purchases.



Date: August 28
Check-in Location: Haas Pavilion
Camp Hours: SUN 9AM-4PM
Camp Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch or lunch money. A camp store will be open for pizza, snack, and drink purchases.



Camper Evaluation

Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability. Parents are invited to attend the closing ceremony! Departure immediately following.


Transportation is not provided by the camp to or from any airports. If you are flying to or from camp, we recommend using an airport shuttle service. Please schedule flights as close as you can to the check-in times on the first day and check-out times on the last day.

Registration Packet

A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact numbers, and a checklist of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. The US Sports Camps health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp. The State of Massachusetts requires a copy of camp participants’ most recent physical and record of immunizations, shots, etc., in addition to the US Sports Camps health and release form.  


We cannot offer scholarships due to NCAA regulations. Our affiliation with NCAA coaches and schools puts us in a position where any scholarship money can be seen as an inducement to a future collegiate athlete. This puts our coaches and our host universities in jeopardy of damaging their status with the NCAA and incurring penalties at the hands of their organizing body.

Group Discounts

If five or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $20 discount. If 10 or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $40 discount. For the Kids Camps, if five or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $50 discount. Teams can register online or via mail/fax. *Group discounts do not apply for teams attending the Cal Shootout Team Camp.

  • To register your team online: Please have a team contact reach out directly to the USSC office at 1-800-645-3226 to receive a discount code to identify your group. Campers may then register individually through the website at their convenience and apply the coupon code during check-out.
  • To register your team via mail/fax: Click "Get Brochure" above and print the application. All applications must be received at the same time via mail or fax. If all members of your group pay with a Visa or MasterCard, feel free to fax your applications to 415-479-6061 to expedite processing. 

*Please note, this information is subject to change.


Campers will receive basketball instruction from the Cal Men's Basketball staff in the newly renovated Haas Pavilion and Recreation Athletic Center (RAC) this summer. The $10 million Haas Pavilion renovation included a new center-hung scoreboard, better sound and lighting for the venue and modernized video production facilities.The Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion is home to the University of California Golden Bears men's and women's basketball, women's volleyball, and men's and women's gymnastics teams.

Sample Daily Schedule

  • 9:00 AM Arrival/Check-in
  • 9:15 AM Camp introduction/Set agenda for the day
  • 9:45 AM Dynamic "Cal Bear" warm-up
  • 10:15 AM Skill development stations (offensive/defensive)
  • 10:45 AM Competitive games
  • 11:30 AM Shooting drills
  • 12:00 PM Lunch/Free Shoot
  • 12:50 PM Warm-up
  • 1:00 PM Skill development stations (offensive/defensive)
  • 1:45 PM Lecture (from coach, player, friend of the program)
  • 2:30 PM Pac 12 tournament games
  • 3:30 PM Day recap
  • 4:00 PM Dismissal

Camper Reviews

Alphonsus C.Parent

  • 5/5.
This was so fun for my son!

June 23, 2016: We attended the Father-Son Camp. My favorite part was having Q&A with Coach Martin and his players and going down to the locker room to review film and get a glimpse at how pre-game scouting is done. For my 9 year old son, meeting the coach and his star players, Ivan Rabb and Jabari Bird, made his week. The coaches were key to the value offered in this Father-Son camp. Plus, we are die hard Golden Bear fans so this was a huge weekend for the both of us to share.

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Carolyn H.Parent

  • 5/5.
Coach Wiley is the best

June 27, 2016: Coach Wiley is the best; I am extremely impressed with him year after year. All camp counselors should have his level of energy, enthusiasm, sensitivity and compassion. He is remarkable and I'm so glad he returns to coach/help year after year. He is very very special. I loved that my son was exhausted, sore, and happy every day. This is the only camp he wants to keep doing year after year.

Tessa G.Parent

  • 5/5.
Meeting the Cal players was definitely a highlight.

July 29, 2016: It was great that this camp had fewer campers. It was less intimidating (especially for my 7 year old) and I felt like they got more out of the experience. Meeting the Cal players and seeing how the collegiate team worked, was definitely a highlight.

Tracy G.Parent

  • 5/5.
The staff really showed they cared about the kids.

July 29, 2016: My son had a great time and says he wants to return as much as he can. The staff were friendly and really showed they cared about the kids. This camp exceeded my expectations by far!

Carolyn H.Parent

  • 5/5.
I'm continually impressed.

This is my son's 4th or 5th year attending this camp and it's always fantastic. I'm continually impressed with the positive messages and supportive coaches. I love that parents can come watch. I think my son loves not only the games but getting to see the Coach and any players who show up.

Luisa S.Parent

  • 5/5.
A positive experience for my son!

This was a great camp run by a professional and friendly team. My son can't wait to return next year. My son gained more confidence. He walked off the court tired, but smiling each day! This was such a positive experience for my son that he has already recommended to a few of his friends.

Brenda J.Parent

  • 5/5.
I loved the coaches comments on the last day.

I loved the coaches comments on the last day. They were great for both sports and in the class room. My son is just now learning about real competition and commitment both in the classroom and on the soccer field, particularly, and the coaches message rang very true.

Heather C.Parent

  • 4/5.
First year camper

This was my son's first year and he LOVED it!

  • 4/5.
My favorite part of camp was the scrimmages!

My favorite part of the camp was when we played games (scrimmages) against the other teams. And my team was SUPER nice, friendly, and encouraging.

  • 4/5.
I loved the coaches comments

I loved the coaches comments on the last day. They were great for both sports and in the classroom. My son is just now learning about real competition and commitment both in the classroom and on the soccer field, particularly, and the coaches message range very true.

Camp Dates & Prices

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For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.