NBC Basketball Camp at The Warehouse
Improve Your Skills and Have Fun
at NBC Basketball Camps
NBC Basketball Camps offer camp programs for junior and rookie players. Join our awesome coaches at The Warehouse in Spokane, Washington for fundamental basketball training and lots of fun. We want to help you get better this summer.
NBC Camps provides Rookie Basketball Camps and one Junior Basketball Camp at The Warehouse Athletic Facility. Rookie Basketball Camps are led by coach Ryan Wiser. These are three-day (half-day) camps for 6-9 year olds that run from 9am to noon. Many of these sell out early. The Junior Camp offered at the Warehouse is for ages 8-12 and is five days long. This camp runs from 9am to 3pm.
- Total basketball skill development
- Intensity station/confidence training
- Personal assessment of athletic and basketball skills
- Goal setting, mental toughness, confidence under pressure, skill mastery, enthusiasm, self-discipline, Christian values, and great fun
- Encouraging atmosphere where campers walk away better athletes and people
- Very caring staff who invest in each student
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Camp Director Kyle Johnson - Junior Camp
Kyle Johnson has been a part of NBC Camps since he first started attending as a young athlete. He went on to play one year of college basketball before transferring to Whitworth University. Kyle is passionate about helping athletes improve their game.View Kyle Johnson - Junior Camp's Bio ⟩
He has helped run several NBC programs and day camps. He has also served in leadership at NBC Whitworth and directs NBC Day Camp in Omak. He graduated from Colfax High School where he helped lead the Bulldogs to a state championship his senior year.
Camp Director Ryan Wiser - Rookie Camps
Ryan has been involved with NBC Camps for several years. First as a camp counselor and clinician and he has conducted several summer camps for young players.View Ryan Wiser - Rookie Camps's Bio ⟩
Ryan has been an elementary school PE teacher in the Mead School District for over 15 years and is gifted at making athletics fun and educational for kids. He makes fitness a priority in his own life participating in marathons and triathlons year-round.
Staff Coaching Staff
Mark Deesing (DC/DB's) Brad Burton (DL) Cyrus Satoafaiga (LB) Nate Dolan (SPT) Ken Wilmesherr (OL) Kevin Smith (RB's) Levi Kealaluhi (Rec) Greg Giles (WR) EJ Campbell (TE's)View Coaching Staff's Bio ⟩
Mark Deesing (DC/DB's)
Brad Burton (DL)
Cyrus Satoafaiga (LB)
Nate Dolan (SPT)
Ken Wilmesherr (OL)
Kevin Smith (RB's)
Levi Kealaluhi (Rec)
Greg Giles (WR)
EJ Campbell (TE's)
John Koker (K)
At The Warehouse each summmer, NBC Camps offers beginner camps for young athletes called Rookie Camps. We also offer a slightly more advanced camp than the Rookie Camps called Complete Player Junior Camp. Both are perfect for helping players improve their game during the summer in a fun and encouraging setting. See more details below.Show Less See More Camp Details
Rookie Basketball Day Camps (3 days)
Campers for the Rookie Camps should bring their own basketball, water bottle, and completed medical release waiver.
These Rookie Camps are designed for boys and girls ages 6-9 that play basketball or have a desire to learn. We will focus on teaching fundamental skills while providing a fun and encouraging summer camp setting. We want to help kids improve athletic coordination as well as build confidence and interest in the game of basketball. Come ready to learn and have lots of fun during these three-day camps.
Basketball Skills Junior Day Camp (5 days)
Campers for the Junior Basketball Day Camp should bring a sack lunch, their own basketball, water bottle, and completed medical release waiver.
Junior Day Camps focus on the crucial keys for young athletes to become excellent at the game of basketball. These camps are similar to our overnight camps but are specifically designed for the younger athlete. The intensity, curriculum and schedule is more conducive for a younger athlete and we highly recommend this camp as a starting point for the younger player before coming to any overnight camp. We break our teaching into four focus areas: Individual offense, defense, shooting and team skills. Campers are separated into teaching groups and teams based on their age and ability.
Complete Player Camps emphasize extensive skill development, intensity, enthusiasm, leadership, and team work. NBC Camps full-time staff work year round to make NBC Camps the premier basketball camp in the world.
NBC Camps is the largest overnight basketball camp program in the world. We focus on total skill development emphasizing training the total athlete. Our camps elevate skill level through intensive skill training. We break down each skill into specific portions which ingrain the skill and creates "muscle memory." The intensity of our camps help maximize the "heightened" environment necessary for growth. Our camps are high energy, fun, and unlike any other camp experience.
NBC EASTERN WASHINGTON 2018 BASKETBALL CAMP INFORMATION
Rookie Basketball Day Camps
Session 1: July 16-18
Session 2: July 30-August 1
Daily Times: 9:00 am-Noon
Age Groups: Boys and Girls 6-9 years old
Basketball Skills Junior Day Camp
Dates: July 30 - August 2
Daily Times: 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Age Groups: Boys and Girls 8-12 years old
ABOUT THE FACILITY
The Warehouse Athletic Facility, located at 800 North Hamilton Street in Spokane, is directly across the street from Gonzaga University's basketball arena. Built with support of John Stockton in 2002, the Warehouse is a comprehensive athletic and recreation center. It features 5 full basketball courts, is NBC Camps' preferred facility during the school year for clinics and Varsity Academy and is home to many leagues and tournaments throughout the year.
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
NBC camp made me realize how to be a better person on and off the court.
— Owen M. Camper
Coaches gave great instruction!
— Laura F. Camper
Lots of skills taught in a short amount of time. Fun games/drills to learn the skills.
— Nicole S. Camper
I like the way they break down the game (no dribbling is a great way for little kids or else the best player dribbles everywhere and then shoots. No real teamwork) Like the life/sportsmanship lessons.
— Lisa F. Camper
He Loved It!
My son said it was super fun and all the coaches were great and nice. He loved it! He got a lot of good skills and games he can continue to work on.
— Shelley Parent Complete Player
Taught me to be better
NBC taught me important life skills and values as well as how to play basketball better.
— Courtney G. camper
Impressed with coaches
I was impressed with the way the coaches intergrated "having fun" directly into the drills with the chants, etc. When you have a child who does not like to have attention on him, it forces them to step outside their comfort zone...and mine did so with a smile, which was so nice to see.
— Barbara H. Parent
I liked how kind and encouraging the coaches were. They helped me one on one before camp started. I would have liked more actual scrimmages.
— Parker T. Junior Camper
It was good, just a little confusing the first day.
— John R. Parent Complete Skills