CJ3 Basketball Development

CJ3 Basketball Development

5.0 (35)
2 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
10 years in business

About this pro

I like to use the word P.R.I.M.E as guideline of becoming that better player.  P-Preparation, my job is to prepare you to unlock your highest potential. R-Responsibility, I will hold you accountable to all ur actions on and off the court. I-Intelligence, you will be taught not only to play this game, but also to think it (Basketball IQ). M-Mentally, how is your mental toughness? How locked in are you on the court. E-Expectation, everytime you wake up, you have an expectation. What are ur expectations? I am coach CJ, 33 years old. I have played this game at the high school, college, and semi pro level. I train all ages, positions, and all skill levels. I decided to give bck to the game by developing the youth. I love this game. I’m excited to get started, Let’s go!!!

I enjoy the development of young and older players. I love the challenge that comes with preparing a player to reach his highest potential. I love the process. 

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Oviedo, FL 32765
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35 Reviews


  • Francisco Castro

    I practiced with CJ and I loved it. He knows a lot of basketball and can help you with everything based on the sport and exercise. I’m excited to continue this journey of basketball here. The knowledge and patience he has is a key to work with him.

  • Gardy Exalant

    After just one workout session with Coach CJ, I was so impressed with his teaching methods that I decided to purchase training packages from him for my 12 year old daughter and 10 year old son. Throughout the training session, Coach CJ was very patient and encouraging. We will continue to use Coach CJ to improve our kids' basketball skills.

  • Noah Paten

    Great direction really straightforward and extremely helpful

  • Sharon DuMond

    He was able to target the specific skills that my son need help with, and focus on how to improve them. He also gave my son specific skills he needed improve on, and ways to reach those goals.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1. Evaluation

2. Ball handling testing 

3. Footwork/agility testing

4. Shooting assessment