Category Archives: Youth Basketball

Top 10 great tips for sports parents who want their kids to earn scholarships
July 15, 2016

Okay, the headline is a bit of a lie.  If your child is going to be coveted by coaches for his or her athletic ability, you will have virtually nothing to do with making that happen. Coaches know what they want, and they recognize it quickly.  The most helpful thing a parent does for a […]

Pat Mullin’s EG10 17U squad wins Adidas Gauntlet regular season crown
May 27, 2014

by Kent Sterling Against some of the highest ranked boy’s basketball players in the country, Indiana’s own EG10 Central Stars 17 & under team finished the unique regular season of the Adidas Gauntlet with a 14-2 record. This is nothing new for coach Pat Mullin who has won with lesser known talent in the past. […]

Adidas Gauntlet brings top high school players and their crazy parents to Indy
May 18, 2014

by Kent Sterling There are some very tall and talented athletes playing basketball at the Fishers Fieldhouse today.  Some of the guys that you be watching for the next decade – cheered by millions – are playing in front of friends and family just down the street. Not that fans of great basketball should head […]

Stephen Zimmerman Talks About What Makes Summer Basketball Fun
July 15, 2013

by Kent Sterling The one player who will intrigue college coaches and fans at the NY2LA Super Jam in north suburban Milwaukee more than any other is Dream Vision’s Stephen Zimmerman, a seven-footer from Las Vegas Bishop Gorman. Zimmerman just finished playing in Indianapolis at the Adidas Invitational where Indiana offered the 2015 recruit ranked […]

Noah Robotham Talks About Adidas Invitational and His Summer Experience
July 15, 2013

by Kent Sterling Point guard Noah Robotham of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas is playing with Dream Vision, and last week at the Adidas Invitational, a lot of eyes were on him because his high school and summer teammate Stephen Zimmerman is being recruited by everyone. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter […]

High School Basketball vs. AAU – Both Great for Different Reasons
July 12, 2013

by Kent Sterling There is something wonderful about the pomp, circumstance, history, and pride of playing for a high school team.  There is also something magical about the bonds among teammates and thesheer volume of basketball played during the summer on a typical AAU schedule. [For those trying to figure out whether I write what […]

Youth Basketball Needs More Programs Like the Pacers George Hill’s G3
March 31, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Indianapolis Star’s Mike Wells posted a very nice piece today about the youth basketball program the Indiana Pacers guard and Indianapolis native George Hill funds and runs. According to Wells, Hill does it right.  The players have to make grades to play, and the fundamentals are stressed. The shame of the […]