Basketball teams are small. Our schools are large. Budgets are limited. Spaces on the team are few. Dozens if not hundreds of kids try out. Only a small handful make it onto the school teams.
What happens to the rest? Don't they deserve to have a chance to play the sport they love? Shouldn't they get a chance to benefit from the discipline and coaching received by the few on the teams?
At Bounce Back Sports we believe in the forgotten athlete. Kids who have talent but never made it onto their school sports teams because of overcrowding, budget cuts, and coaches who may just not have had enough time to invest in every player who wants to play.
I believe that there is more to basketball than winning. There is discipline, teamwork, physical and mental conditioning skills, respect for yourself, your teammates, and authority - skills that continue to benefit the players long after the game ends. That's why I founded Bounce Back Sports - to help kids learn how to Bounce Back - and succeed in everything they do.>