Our signature camp teaches students of all skill levels how to dribble, pass, and shoot. Just like the name suggests, we cover everything here—and your kids will have so much fun, they won’t even realize they are learning!
Players will learn to see the floor like Magic and handle the rock like Steph in this week long camp! Settling into a level of comfort and ease of movement, players will fine tune their ability to score by handing the ball well with either hand.
As the old saying goes, “You have to learn to walk before you run.” Our beginner to intermediate camp helps players get the basics of dribbling moves down before learning the fancy flyer moves of scoring.
Have you ever wanted to learn and master the same moves that Damian Lillard, LeBron James, Steph Curry and Kevin Durant use? Now you can at our Pro Moves Competition Camp! Your child will learning all the moves of the pros in the morning, then compete and play games using the new moves in the afternoon. This is the camp for those serious about taking their game up a notch or three!
This is our signature winter camp in Oakland that began in 2003. Triple Threat isn’t just our name around here—it’s what every scorer aims to be. Your kids will learn how to score from triple threat position, off the dribble, off the pass. They will learn to finish strong at the basket as they become a stronger offensive threat.
I love TTA because my coaches are nice and teach me so much about basketball and I have fun playing. I am always improving and keep coming because I am pushed and challenged to do my best!
My son, Brody, participated in Triple Threat's Group Classes every season for 4 years. He loves it - the basketball, the incredible coaches (especially Coach Miles), and the friends he made. It was the perfect introduction to basketball and it's where he began to love the game. Two of my friends had their daughters in Brody's class and I loved seeing them all out there running around together! I appreciated that the lessons he learned were more than just basketball related, but also helped him to mature and gain confidence. I remember a time when he was hit hard in the arm by the ball during a scrimmage and he got teary eyed and I wanted to run out and help him, but the coach got to him first and spoke to him and Brody smiled, shook it off, and went right back out to play. We both learned a lot from TTA. I would recommend TTA for any and all girls and boys interested in the game!
I've been a fan and follower of Triple Threat for years. I've always wanted to be a part of the team but my availability was limited due to my work schedule. I spoke with 2 of my friends who are currently TTA trainers and after hearing about how much they enjoy the job I decided it was time to apply. I wish more people understood that what we do at Triple Threat isn't all about basketball. While teaching skills is important, We also focus on teaching the kids how to listen, be respectful and have fun while learning how to play basketball.