We are a full service basketball academy with a high focus on results. Our student are evaluated via film and any corrections are reevaluated by film. The executive director, coach Stacey, is also the Basketball Director & Head Varsity Coach for the high school Geffen Academy at UCLA. We guarantee the success of our work 100%. Visit www.bdahoops.org
Watching students develop right before my eyes.
As I started training with Stacy, I started to see development in my game. My IQ is now better, I can understand the game and also play.
The training is personal and very efficient. Stacey helps us to become our best as quickly as possible without putting too much pressure on us. He makes learning basketball fun and enjoyable even if u have no prior basketball experience.
My time with BDA has been great. Coaches have taught me things I would have never known before. I want to thank everyone for making me the great player I am today.
Coach Stacy is a phenomenal coach and I am very excited to see what he will teach us next. He is very nice and will never reject what you have to say even if it's the dumbest question in the world. He will not move on to the next thing until everyone gets it. In the beginning he was telling us that if we didn't do what we needed to do then we would not advance in our development. With the 4 months I have been with him I have gotten way better than I have in years. He is just an outstanding coach that spends his time doing something else but he chooses it to spend with us so that means something to me.
We evaluate each student via film, as the issues are corrected we re-evaluate via film of proof of success.
over 30 years of experience and dozens of before and after videos that displays the success of our work.
Private Session: $350/mo
Group Session: $225/mo
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i began teaching in 1984 because I notice thousands of young players playing in positions that were not developing them for their future. Example: just because you are 5'8 as a sixth grader doesn't mean you'll be a post player in high school. In most cases you will probably end up as a guard. And if you don't start preparing at a young age it will catch up.
players that want to prepare for the next stage of their basketball careers.
The next training sesssion. Because I always know I will see a progressive change to build on for that day.
Be sure to hold the trainer accountable for your development by documenting your issues by filming , then re document by filming when the work is completed so you can verify the results. Make trainer explain the purpose of any drill and what the outcome will be. Has to be verified through film.
A student should think about the commitment they are will to give to the process. Then demand to receive the same commitment from the trainer.