USA Basketball Mini-Camp 2017

Hoops Factory TV was once again in attendance at Team USA Mini Camp in October of 2017. While there, we spoke with the best high school basketball talent in the country including Zion Williamson, Bol Bol, Cameron Reddish, Romeo Langford, Immanuel Quickley and many more.  Check out the interviews here!




USA Basketball U19 Training Camp

While at the Team USA U19 Training Camp in June of 2017, HoopsFactoryTV chopped it up with some of the best young basketball talent in the country including Hamidou Diallo, P.J. Washington Jr., Cameron Reddish, Romeo Langford, and many more.  Check out the interviews here!


Extra Special Thanks to the Team USA staff & Craig Miller for all their assistance!

Visit http://www.usab.com




USA Basketball Mini-Camp

While at the Team USA Mini Camp in October of 2016, HoopsFactoryTV in association with IndiHoops Media caught up with some of the best high school basketball talent in the country including Micheal Porter Jr, Wendall Carter Jr., Kevin Knox, Colin Sexton, and many more.  Check out the interviews here!


Extra Special Thanks to the Team USA staff & Craig Miller for all their assistance!

Visit http://www.usab.com




C.I.F. Southern Regional Finals

Hoops Factory TV was granted access to cover the C.I.F. State Semi-Finals of the Open Division between Bishop Montgomery and the undefeated Chino Hills team considered to be among the best in the nation.  While there we spoke with a number of the Southern Section Champion Huskies including newly named Gatorade Player of the Year, Lonzo Ball.

Extra Special Thanks to the C.I.F. Event staff & Thom Simmons for all their assistance!

  Visit http://www.cifstate.org


HoopHall West 2015

During the cold winter months, the Hoophall West was setting gyms ablaze in the Arizona Desert. Check out who we caught up with during the two-night showcase.

Extra Special Thanks to the Event staff &
Nicole Taylor/Position Sports for all their assistance!

Visit http://www.thehoophallclassic.com/




USA Basketball Men's National Team

Hoops Factory TV was granted access to the USA Men's National Team training camp in August of 2015 featuring the best basketball players in the world. During the USA Basketball Men's National Team Training Camp, Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook, Kyrie Irving, Blake Griffin and a host of others took a moment to bless Hoops Factory TV.  
Check out the interviews here!

Extra Special Thanks to the Team USA staff & Craig Miller for all their assistance!

Visit http://www.usab.com


USA Basketball U19 Training Camp

Before they departed for the 2015 FIBA World Championships in Greece, Hoops Factory TV was privileged enough to speak with a number of the attendee's to the U19 Training Camp in Colorado Springs.

Extra Special Thanks to the Team USA staff & Craig Miller for all their assistance!

Visit http://www.usab.com



 

USA Basketball U16 Training Camp

Before they departed for the 2015 FIBA Americas in Argentina, Hoops Factory TV was privileged enough to speak with USA U16 head coach Don Showalter. Coach Showalter discussed the alignment the exists from the Senior national team all the way down to the Junior team and the sacrifices that occur on all levels for the teams greater good.

 


 - PHOTO COURTESY OF VICTOR ARMENDARIZ


Artcle on Erik Kinnebrew, JuCo Player and son of Elbert Kinnebrew,

director of the CalSparks AAU program in the Santa Maria Sun



Allan Hancock College’s Women’s Assistant Basketball Coach Larry Carney (pictured center) presented a check for $2,500 to the Mission Hope Cancer Center at Hancock’s annual Carney’s Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser. - PHOTO COURTESY OF ANDREW MASUDA



Article On Carney’s Coaches vs. Cancer in Santa Maria Sun




 - FILE PHOTO COURTESY<br /> OF JOJO WALKER

Article On Future U of Portland Guard JoJo Walker in Santa Maria Sun


 - PHOTO COURTESY OF DESIREE DOMINGUES




Article On Future Biola Women's player, Danita Estorga in Santa Maria Sun






HFTV News At
The 2014 Max Preps Holiday Classic

Hoops Factory TV was in attendance at the 2014 Max Preps Holiday Classic and caught up with some of the tournament's top newsmakers including Rex Pflueger & Harrison Butler of Mater Dei High School, Devearl Ramsey, Cody Riley & Coach Ty Nichols of Sierra Canyon High School, Tournament Co-MVP Ty Hudson Jared Hudson, & Derek Ogbeide of Pebblebrook High School, and Kameron Edwards of Etiwanda High School.



HFTV News At
The 2014 Tarkanian Classic

Hoops Factory TV was privileged enough to again gain access to the 2014 Tarkanian Classic. Check out the short interviews with some of the best in the country including Prolific Prep's highly rated guard Josh Jackson and head coach Philippe Doherty. We also catch up with Prime Prep's Terrance Ferguson, Findlay Prep's Derryck Thornton, & Putnam City's Tyson Jolly. We also catch up with some of SoCal's finest in TJ Leaf, Sedrick Barefield, Kendall Small, & Billy Preston.

 

 

 

 


FCP Fall Showcase
& All- Frosh/ Soph Camp

 

Hoops Factory TV was granted unfettered access to The Full Court Press Fall Showcase and All Frosh/Soph camp in September and October of last year.  The Fall Showcase was held on a sweltering day in Bellflower, CA at St. John Bosco High School and featured of some of the best basketball talent in the state in all classes including Rex Pflueger, Sedrick Barefield, Michael Cage Jr., Kendall Small and consensus top 5 player Stanley Johnson. The All Frosh/Soph camp was a two-day affair hosted at Cerritos College in Norwalk, CA and included a bevy of young talent including the state's top rated player in the class of 2016, Lonzo Ball.  The All Frosh/Soph camp also featured the sons of two former NBA players, Julian Payton and Charles O'Bannon Jr.  Both events were attended by a slew of media including Frank Burlison, Ron Flores, Gerry Frietas, Joel Francisco and the All Frosh/Soph camp was Co-Directed by Compton Magic Founder Etop Udo-Ema. 

Hoops Factory was able to procure exclusive interviews with some of the events top prospects including the overall #1 player in California, Stanley Johnson. The episode also includes interviews with two, class of 2015 players, in ESPNU's top 15, Rex Pflueger and Sedrick Barefield who discuss their goals for the upcoming year and goals the future. At the All Frosh/Soph Camp we caught up with Class of 2016 standout Lonzo Ball and National Champion with the 1995 UCLA Bruins, Charles O'Bannon, who discussed the state of college athletics today and his viewpoint on paying college athletes.  Compton Magic's Etop Udo-Ema educated viewers on the roots of one of the top AAU programs in the nation, highlighted the truckload of talent that has come through his pipeline and was excelling at the Division 1 level.

 Cal-Hi/Student Sports' Ron Flores rounds out the episode discussing everything from the current state of grassroots basketball. Event coordinator and FCP & Pangos founder Dinos Trigonis provides a truly insightful and one of a kind perspective on topics ranging from his own success to the overall state of the grassroots industry. Extra Special Thanks to Dinos Trigonis for providing access and giving of his time during the taping of this episode. Stay tuned as HFTV releases content on" 2013-2014 HS Season In Review".

- See more at: http://www.indihoops.com/blogs/hoopsfactorytv/hoops-factory-tv-13-14-hs-season-in-review




 



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

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El Cerrito, CA - October 2, 2011 - The 1% Basketball Club in association with Prospect Hill/Crazy Ace Productions proudly presents The Nor-Cal Super 100 Basketball Camp Television Show. Featuring an in depth looks at the recent camp featuring some the best basketball talent in the class of 2013. Held on September 17th at El Cerrito High School in Northern California's Bay Area, the camp was run by 1% Club Founder & Owner Jeremy Russotti.

NIKE Body Conditioning Guru Alan Stein, who has worked with such notable athletes as Kevin Durant, was also in attendance to assist in strength & conditioning drills. The show features a number of interviews with Russotti, Stein, various players, as well as Playground Legend and subject of the 2003 documentary "Hooked", Demetrius 'Hook' Mitchell. Shot on the day of the event the show provides an insightful and exciting look at some of the best young basketball talent in the state.

Notable players at the event included Aaron Gordon, Marcus Lee, Jabari Bird, Stephen Domingo, Ivan Rabb, Johnnie Vassar, Leo Smith, and Langston Morris-Walker. Gordon, Bird, Lee and Domingo are rated as four of the top five players in the state for the class of 2013 by ESPNU. Gordon recently led the USA U16 Team in scoring, and the entire 2011 FIBA Americas U16 Championship Tournament in rebounding en route to a Gold Medal.

The Nor-Cal Super 100 show will provide a fun, fact filled, informative journey throughout the day’s events with in depth looks at players drive, dedication, and commitment to continual improvement. Russotti and Stein's selflessness is also on display as they provide such valuable services at no charge to some of the most deserving youths around.

 

Contact:

Jason O'Neill

Managing Editor for Prospect Hill Productions

Email : jasononeill80@hotmail.com

Phone : (510) 333-7768

Twitter : @HoopsFactoryTV

The 1% Basketball Club recently hosted The Nor-Cal Super 100 Camp in California's Bay Area at El Cerrito High School. The camp included many of the top prep players in Northern California including three of the top players in the class of 2013. 1% club founder Jeremy Russotti hosted the day’s events which included a series of NBA style conditioning and strength training exercises. Professional strength & conditioning coach Alan Stein was in attendance to direct much of the morning session. Stein, who has trained such notables as Kevin Durant, ran the players through a vast array of stretches, strength training, balance & coordination drills designed to strength the player’s bodies as well as their games. The afternoon session featured a series of high quality showcase games including a match up of two of ESPNU's top 11 players in the class of 2013. Under Russotti's direction, the camp went off without a hitch. Players were given a vast array of valuable information ranging from creating space using deceleration on the court; to making sure they thanked people in their everyday lives in efforts to make them winners off the court as well.

Here are a few of the players that distinguished themselves during the camp.

Aaron Gordon : 6'7'' 210, PF, Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, CA) 2013

            Displaying a level of athleticism & skill, Gordon showed why he was the camps highest profile player. Last year, Gordon led Archbishop Mitty to one of the most successful basketball seasons in the schools history which included WCAL League and Playoff Championships, the CCS Division II title, the Nor-Cal Championship and CIF State D2 title. Then, early in the summer of 2011, Gordon led the USA's U16 team in scoring and the entire tournament in rebounding during a Gold Medal run in the 2011 FIBA Americas U16 Championship. Gordon is long & lean leaper who has been compared to Blake Griffin for his propensity to posterize opponents. One of the top players in the class of 2013, Gordon showed out at the camp with a dazzling display of dunk, drives, and rebounds; but maybe most impressive was the ferocity with which he attacked the basket and deft footwork that make him a nightmare for all defenders.

Jabari Bird : 6'6'' 190, SG, Salesian (Richmond, CA) 2013

            Probably the most prototypical pro player in the camp.  Like Gordon, Bird is also ranked among the top players in the class of 2013. Showing off a remarkable ability to get to the rim at will, Bird looked like the player most likely to continue scoring on any level moving forward. While not possessing a lighting quick first step, Bird has a unique body control and surprising length that allows him to drive and finish with relative ease. Long and agile, Bird features a silky handle and soft touch in the lane. While his outside touch is legitimate, he still needs to improve his consistency from long range. Already possessing great lift, which he showcased at the camp with several highlight reel dunks. Bird looks to be an even better player in the future with improved strength & conditioning, like that being provided by the 1% Club. ( Cal Commit 2013).

Stephen Domingo : 6'6'' 180, SF, St. Ignatius (San Francisco, CA) 2013

            Domingo, one of the best shooters in his class, is a wiry forward with a high level of maturity and growing understanding of the game. Domingo was selected as a member of the USA's U16 Men’s Developmental National Team after attending the October 2010 mini-camp. While Domingo struggled at the Super 100 camp, he is still one of the best players in the nation. An agile player on the perimeter, Domingo also has the ability to rebound and defend in the low post; A well rounded player with an effortless jumper and a willingness to learn coupled with a hunger to get better. One of the most engaging campers, his intelligence was evident and his desire to apply his intellect to his already numerous basketball skills promises to give this youngster a chance to continue to ascend to the games highest level. (Georgetown 2012 Reclassification).

Johnnie Vassar : 6'0'' 160, PG, La Lumiere (LaPorte, IN) 2014

            One of the youngest players in the camp, also traveled one of the longest distances to get there. Vassar, a Chicago native with strong California ties, will play this upcoming season along side prized but controversial Indiana recruit, Hanner Perea. Last October, Vassar was invited to the USA's U16 Men's Developmental National Team October Mini-Camp. The most explosive player of any height in the Super 100 camp, Vassar is a young guard with great bounce who had all in attendance captivated by his dunks during pre-game warm ups. A speedy guard with tremendous upper body strength and a lighting quick first step, Vassar showed all in attendance a range of skills. A heady playmaker a well, Vassar processes a solid handle and ability to get into the teeth of the defense and finish with contact or dish off to an open teammate.

Other notable players include Ivan Rabb (#1 2015), Marcus Lee, Langston Morris-Walker, Trevor Dunbar, Aubrey Dawkins, Leo Smith, David Ahern, Rae Jackson, Tanner Giddens.

Twitter : @HoopsFactoryTV

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