“It’s not the time you put in, it’s what you put into the time.” – Anonymous

Nowadays it seems like all players want to shoot like Steph, dribble like I.T and finish like Kyrie. But rarely is the question asked, what did those NBA greats do to acquire that skill level? The answer is more than just the cliché “hard work” or “ten thousand hours” the secret lies in the attention to detail and consistent application of the fundamentals. For example, when asked about his unparalleled finishing ability Kyrie credited his daily Mikan layup routine which dates back to 1924. This may not sound as appealing as wearing a weight vest, dribbling between cones, jumping in the air, gyrating multiple times and throwing the ball at the basket but is undeniably more effective!
Kyrie Crossover Basketball
That is what Watts College Prep Program is all about. Stripping away the bevy of misinformation that surrounds player development and accessing the specific building blocks needed for each player that walks into our gym! We are looking for 16 players in each grade level, both boys and girls, who are serious about acquiring the skills needed to play college basketball.

Contact us to set up an evaluation and we will create a detailed plan to obtain your goal on and off the court.

Watch Kyrie Dissect the Mikan Drill

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