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Awvee Storey returns to Washington, D.C. in summer 2019 to provide your child with high-energy, professional basketball training! Work with the former NBA player and current assistant coach for the Capital City Go-Go and his recognized staff consisting of former and current NBA, WNBA and international players and professionals. This is the opportunity for your child to train with the best and help enhance their basketball skills and confidence.
The Complete Skills Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills and enhance their skill set at the post, wing or guard position.
- Special guest instruction from former/current professional, WNBA, and/or NBA players
- Individual and team-focused skill stations and game-level competitions
- Receive a Nike Basketball Camp t-shirt and other prizes!
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Camp Director Awvee Storey
Awvee Storey, former NBA player and current assistant coach for the Capital City Go-Go of the NBA G League, enters his 7th year as Nike Basketball Camp Director. Storey worked for the Chicago Sky in 2017-18 as an assistant coach and prior to that for the Washington Mystics as a player personnel manager for five seasons, helping with player development and scouting. Awvee is excited for his return to Washington, D.C. and will be on-site for all days of camp in summer 2019, leading instruction and overseeing general camp operation duties.View Awvee's Bio ⟩
Storey spent three seasons in the NBA with the Washington Wizards, New Jersey Nets and Milwaukee Bucks. He also played in the Developmental League with the Dakota Wizards, and overseas with the New Zealand Breakers and the Baranguy Ginebra Kings in the Philippines. After the 2010 season with the Kings, Storey returned back to the U.S. where you began working for the Mystics.
A player personnel manager for the Mystics, Storey has taken an unusual career path for a former NBA player. While many former players wind up as WNBA coaches, including Bill Laimbeer (Detroit Shock), Rick Mahorn (Detroit Shock), Michael Cooper (L.A. Sparks) and Corey Gaines (Phoenix Mercury), Storey is breaking new ground in his multifaceted role.
Co-Director Christy Winters-Scott
Christy Winters-Scott is a college basketball color analyst for ESPN, FSN, The Big Ten Network, NBC Sports Washington, and Raycom and is also the host of the Washington Wizards pre and post game shows. Prior to entering broadcasting, Winters-Scott earned a full scholarship to play at the University of Maryland from 1986-1990 where she ranks as one of the school's all-time top 10 players and then went on to play professionally overseas for 3 years in Italy and Switzerland.View Christy's Bio ⟩
Christy Winters-Scott was born in Reston, Virginia and played high school basketball at South Lakes High School. Winters-Scott was the greatest female player to play at South Lakes. During her senior season Winters-Scott led the Seahawks to a 29-0 record and helped them win the 1986 Virginia AAA State Title. Winters-Scott was named DC Metro Area All-Met player of the year by the Washington Post, The Washington Times, and The Fairfax Journal, while averaging 23 points, 14 rebounds, and 6 blocks per game.
Winters-Scott earned a full scholarship to play collegiate basketball at the University of Maryland from 1986-1990. While at Maryland, Winters-Scott recorded 1,679 points (second in Maryland history), 723 rebounds (fourth in Maryland history), and played 123 career games (first in school history). Winters is one of only two players to score more than 700 field goals (703) at Maryland. Winters also ranks in the all-time top 10 at Maryland in games started (4th with 100), blocked shots (5th with 91) and field goal percentage (8th with .537). After graduating from Maryland, Winters-Scott headed overseas where she spent a year playing in Pistoia, Italy and another two years in Fribourg, Switzerland. During her final professional season in Switzerland she averaged 37 points and 12 rebounds per game and had a career high of 48 points while competing for the Euro Cup.
After her playing career, Winters-Scott decided to change her focus to coaching. She became an assistant coach for George Mason from 1993-1997, Maryland from 1997-2002, and Georgetown from 2004-2005. In 2005 Winters-Scott left Georgetown to accept a head coaching position for her alma mater, South Lakes High School. The South Lakes team had a record of 0-21 in the year prior to her arrival, but by 2009 she turned the program around to 19-4 and earned the Liberty District Coach of the Year Award. The South Lakes team qualified for the Virginia State Tournament in 2013 with a 24-6 record. It was the school's first trip to the state tournament since Winters-Scott won the state championship as a player in 1986.
That year, Winters-Scott earned the "Women In Sports" Coach of the Year Award which recognized the top female coach, in any sport, in Fairfax County, Virginia. In 2014, her South Lakes team earned their first district championship since 1997, with a record of 26-4.
The Roundball Report shows quickly caught the attention of the DC broadcasting market. Michael Wilbon did an interview with Winters-Scott that showed her personality and passion. In 2012, Winter Scott became the new Wizards studio host, and called collegiate (men's and women's) basketball.
Today, Winters-Scott lives with her husband, Jerome Scott, and three children: Jerome, Brianna, and Jordan, in Reston, Virginia. Winters-Scott broadcasts 20 to 30 college games a year, all Mystics TV games, Wizards games, and coaches her high school alma mater. Winters-Scott also holds an impressive resume of awards: ACC 50th Anniversary Team, South Lakes Athletic Hall of Fame, University of Maryland Hall of Fame, ACC Women's Basketball Legend, Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism, Distinguished Terrapin Award, and was most recently recognized by ESSENCE Magazine as one of the top 12 African American female sports reporters in the Country.
AUGUST 12-16, 2019
Check-in: Monday at 8:30am
Closing Ceremony: Friday at 11:30am
Meals: Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch or lunch money.
Daily Hours: MON-THURS 9am-3pm FRI 9am-12pm
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Lunch is not provided. Please bring a packed lunch or lunch money. Campers will have the opportunity to purchase snacks/pizza at the facility during the week.
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.
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.
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.
*Please note, this information is subject to change.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 AM Warm up - stretching
- 9:15 AM Offensive/Defensive skill stations
- 10:30 AM Competitive 1x1, 2x2, 3x3 games
- 11:15 AM Team practice/5x5 games or guest lecture
- 12:00 PM Lunch/extra shooting
- 1:00 PM Warm-up
- 1:15 PM Offensive/Defensive skill stations
- 2:00 PM Shooting competitions
- 2:15 PM Competitive games
- 3:00 PM Campers Depart
Hoops Plus was formed with the singular mission of providing a dedicated modern facility to promote positive learning, and a fun and competitive experience for our youth.
- 20,000 square feet
- 3 basketball courts: 2 High School size, 1 Middle School size
- 2 volleyball courts: HS size
- High Quality, Attractive, Durable, Athlete-friendly, Multisport floors
- Color coded courts
- Scorer’s table with digital display units for each court
- Official 72 ” x 42″ rectangular glass backboards
- Adjustable height basketball goals (all courts)
- Player and Spectator seating
- Large Reception area
- Clear 25 ‘ high ceilings
- Quiet environment, dedicated building
- Heated Facility
- Men & Womens restrooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Ample parking
- Easy facility access from Route 28/50/66/267 and Dulles airport
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
Really Enjoyed Camp!
August 22, 2018: Dilan really enjoyed the camp. His highlight was blocking three shots in a row and making a 3 pointer! Also, on the second day of camp before the day started two coaches showed Dilan some techniques he can use from the low box. Coaches were very helpful and informative!
— Sherman H. Parent
Skills have improved in just one week!
August 20, 2018: Zackery loved the camp. He had a lot of fun and met lots of new friends. He liked the coaches a lot and his skills have improved in just one week!
— Shannon W. Parent
Camp Staff were Knowledgeable and Encouraging!
August 18, 2018: Tim had a great time during the camp. He learned a lot of skills & he comes in everyday very motivated. All the camp staff were very knowledgeable & encouraging.
— Rowena A. Parent
Coaches were focused, committed and knowledgeable.
August 30, 2017: All of the coaches were very focused, committed and knowledgeable in my opinion. My 14 year old son felt like he was definitely challenged physically and he believed he improved during the camp because the instruction was exceptional and the activities were intense.
— Malcom W. Parent
Camp was well organized.
August 27, 2017: This camp was well organized and the coaches were very engaged with the participants.
— Sultan L. Parent
The co-ed environment was awesome!
August 25, 2017: She had a blast getting to know basketball players from across Northern VA and playing with a new group of kids. The co-ed environment was awesome - helped elevate her play when she was playing against taller, bigger boys. Just a great experience - well worth the cost!
— Julie K. Parent
Eager to attend again next year.
August 25, 2017: My child had a great time and is eager to attend again next year.
— Catrina N. Parent
My kids couldn't wait to go back each day.
August 19, 2016: My kids came home excited every evening with lots of new skills. They couldn't wait to go back each day.
— Chasity W. Parent
The coaches were friendly and experienced.
August 19, 2016: The coaches were friendly and experienced. The lunch and snack options were great. The camp was conducted in a professional manner and my child strongly benefited from it in many ways.