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ADVANCED BASKETBALL TRAINING - SKILL DEVELOPMENT FOR BOYS GRADES 5 TO 11

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WHAT WE DO:

David Moseley's Mavericks is a fully certified AAU Youth Basketball Club based out of Portola Valley (near Woodside), California and is led by former Stanford University Cardinal basketball standout David Moseley. Founded in 2008, the Club fields boys teams in six age brackets: U12 (6th Grade), U13 (7th Grade), U14 (8th Grade), U15 (9th Grade), U16 (10th Grade) and U17 (11th Grade) for a Spring/Summer season that generally runs March through July.

The Club is geared for boys who are passionate about basketball and who are at an advanced level of play for their peer age group, especially at the older age groups. The Club is directed by current high school basketball coaches who played at the Division I collegiate level, including Stanford and USC, and who have extensive experience coaching youth basketball. Training takes place three times per week and focuses on individual skill development and complete basketball conditioning using the latest training equipment, techniques and technology.

HOW WE OPERATE:

The Club has an operating philosophy that consists of five key tenants:

  • Provide excellent coaching and proven tools to maximize each player's basketball skills, court savvy/IQ and potential
  • Build a club culture that is focused on the team and learning vs. the individual and personal stats
  • Provide game experience for all team members
  • Make it as easy and convenient as possible for the parents involved
  • Deepen player reverence for the game of basketball while having fun

WHERE WE PLAY:

The Mavericks Club conducts its practices at excellent fully equipped private high school gymnasiums "mid-Peninsula" in Portola Valley and Atherton California. Most of the Club's tournament play takes place in the Bay Area (between San Francisco, San Jose and the East Bay) with a few trips to out of area tournaments and a couple of trips vs. elite level competition that would require an overnight stay for the older teams.




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