Campers at the maiden edition of the Ghana Basketball and Leadership Camp are beginning to feel the heat on DAY ONE of the much-talked about session.
Over forty boys and girls went through many drills including shoot, pass and dribble and contact stop.
Even before the players headed to the court, they woke up as early as 5:30 am for their jogging and workout session.
They were also thought first step, one and two before being drilled on the basic positions on the court in the first session.
The players then went to the classroom where American trainer Clifton Johnson took them through the theoretical aspect of the game teaching them theories such as Kemet and Hotep.
The players put themselves into groups for a group discussion on the attitude of a leader – a trait which is fundamental to the success of every player.
The players took a two hour break to rest before the headed back to the court for the afternoon session.
The afternoon drills included passing, lineup practice, fakes, circle drill and banana drill.
Obviously exhausted for the day’s session, the team ended training at 17:30 GMT (5:30pm local time).
They went for dinner between 6-7pm and then relaxed their muscle by watching some of the clips from the Sprite Ball Championship.
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