Brad Smith's EOT Girl's Basketball Camps

June 19- 29, 2017

About this Individual Camp

Each week has a different emphasis, which consists of teaching the fundamentals of either offense or defense.

Week 1 the emphasis is defensive fundamentals and ball handling.
Week 2 the emphasis is on offensive moves and shooting, with the use of videotape review.

The camp stresses competitive games and contests that allow the players to put into practice what they have been taught. The last day is a basketball skill Olympics, where the players attempt to test their skills during competitive drills. There are daily awards and prizes for the winners of these competitions and all participants receive a camp T-shirt.

The camp has been sold out every year because of its focus on the improvement of the participants and the enthusiasm it generates. The camp draws players from all over Clackamas County and the Portland area. The camp has been home to over 33 all state players and 8 high school All Americans.

Limited enrollment allows for all instruction, drills, and games to be conducted on a 5 to 1 ratio. We limit the camp first camp to 96 participants and the second camp to 112 participants.

The camp director is retired Oregon City coach Brad Smith. He has been a 3-time USA Today and WBCA National coach of the year. He will be inducted into the Women's basketball Hall of Fame on June 13, 2015. His teams have won 3 National championships, 10 state championships, and 23 league titles.


WEEK 1: June 19- 22, 2017 at Gardiner Middle School - This session will emphasize defensive fundamentals and ball handling. Junior high camp is currently sold out please register for a waiting a list.

WEEK 2: June 26- 29, 2017 at Oregon City High School - This session's emphasis is on offensive moves and shooting, with the use of videotape review.

Cost: $130.00 per session or $210.00 for both sessions.

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Michelle Bugni