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LV8 - Private Basketball Training

Private basketball lessons can enhance a player’s skill set and take them to an elite level.

Most professional athletes have had some kind of one-on-one training in order to hone their skills to get to that next level of play. Just like tutors for academics, our experienced trainers will examine what you need to work on most and tailor a program accordingly. One-on-one basketball coaching can enhance your play during the season or help you get ready for the next season. We are available year-round and have flexible days and times. Going that extra mile will set you apart and elevate your game!

Drop-In Training

$35 for 60 minutes
$45 for 90 minutes
No need to sign-up

Drop-in Mondays & Wednesdays
6:00-7:00 pm (2nd-5th grade)
7:00-8:30 pm (6th grade and above)

 

Semi-Private Training

2+ Players
$60 per player
60 minutes

 

1-on-1 Private Training

$90 for 60 minutes

Work on various skills specified by the trainers

 

Team Training

$150 for 60 minutes

Work on team rills, plays, team defense, game-like situations, and fundamentals

 

10-Pack

Prepay $350 for 10 $35 drop-in (60-minute) sessions

Prepay $450 for 10 $45 drop-in (90-minute) sessions

 

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Trainer Profiles

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Brandon Holmes

Brandon Holmes has an extensive career in basketball. He has been an avid player of the game, and has developed the necessary skills to pass his knowledge on to others, as well as train younger players who are looking to develop their game.

Holmes played for Texas Tech on a full-ride scholarship and battled back from a career ending injury to play in the American Basketball Association after college. He played professionally overseas, but eventually came back to the U.S. to share his basketball knowledge with the next generation of players.

Holmes has trained top athletes for over 10 years and is dedicated to helping young players develop their game.

 

Brandon Lott

Brandon Lott has an across-the-board career in basketball. He has a passion for the game that has continued his career across different avenues of basketball. His knowledge and drive have been essential components in helping younger players develop their game.

During his high school and college careers Lott played multiple positions and learned all aspects of the game which has helped as a coach and trainer. In 2014 he helped coach Orangewood Academy High School to their first CIF championship.

Currently, Lott has continued to train players of all ages and positions all over Southern California and has sent players to Division 1, 2, 3, and NAIA for basketball. He has developed a reputation for being a top trainer whose work ethic and drive is unparalleled.

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