Sunday's Game Schedule (8/26)
10u Game Time = 9:05am
12u Game Time = 11:35am
(Be prepared to play another game if we win)
Top Male and Female players will get invites to
Here is some information on upcoming
Camp Locations: Episcopal High School
Camp Address: 4650 Bissonnet St. Bellaire, TX. 77401
Camp Dates: July 23-26, 2018
Who: Boys & Girls
Grades: Rising 4th thru rising 10th
Times: 9am - 12pm
Camp Focus: Ball handling, shooting, Footwork leading into the shoot, 1 on 1 situations, 2 on 2 situations, 3 on 3 situations, players will get well over 300 shots at camp! Workout sheets for each days activity will be provided to track players progress!
Cost: $120.00
Camp Dates: July 23-26, 2018
Who: Boys & Girls
Grades: 4th thru 10th
Time: 1pm till 4pm
Camp Focus: Pick & Roll, wing & Post play, Finishing moves around the rim, camp daily workout sheets will be provided to track each player's reps and so much more!
Cost: $120.00
Camp Contact: Coach Gene Watts
  • Cell: 817-372-8021
  • email:
  • Walk-ups are welcomed
  • Players doing both Session 2 & 3 will have lunch provided every day!
  • If your kid has or will participate in more then one camps session. Contact Coach Watts for a special discount offer!
The camps being offered are for the committed basketball player who wants to bring his/her game to the next level. Coaches will teach technical skill development and give position-specific instruction in a competitive setting. The program features station work, camp wide competitions (1 vs 1, Free Throw, 3 vs 3), and full court games. Camp allows dedicated athletes to learn what it takes to play at the highest high school level. Again, we will not be playing "KNOCKOUT" or "DUCK-DUCK GOOSE"!
Payments Accepted: Make out to Eugene Watts
  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Money Orders



  • If you participated in last weeks camp: Take 20% off each additional camp you participate in this week.
  • If you did not participate in last weeks camp and want to do both camps this week: Take 20% off the second camp.



POSTED: 7/20



"Great players are not great because they are perfect.  They are great because they have the perfect reaction to their mistakes." - Spencer Wood