The “Sports 360 2015 Summer Basketball Camp Series – Jordan Clarkson” camp is open to male and female basketball enthusiasts aged 8-20. The camp will be held from June 15-18, 2015 at the International Christian School in Ma On Shan. We are very excited to have an impressive line-up of international and local coaches who will focus on developing various individual and team skills, including footwork, ball-handling, passing, shooting and shooting technique, and offensive and defensive play. Athletes will also be involved in scrimmages and skills contests. The four-day intensive camp will be led by Los Angeles Lakers Point Guard Jordan Clarkson, NBA Strategic Skills Coach Drew Hanlen, former NCAA Associate Head Coach Tim Fuller, and supported by a team of Hong Kong based coaches Lap Fong, Dani Hazut, Ming Tat Chung, Chucky Leung, Jimmy Lai, and Lai Yung Chiu. Player to Coach ratio is expected to be around 10:1. Athletes arrive at 9:30 am and follow scheduled training and activities throughout the day, with dismissal at 4:00 pm. On the last day of the camp, dismissal will be at 5:00 pm. Daily lunch with inspirational speakers will be provided. For those who have special dietary requirements or food allergies, please bring your own lunch.

All athletes will be given identification passes, and will be supervised by coaches and Sports 360 staff. To allow for focused training, parents and guardians are not permitted to stay during camp hours. Younger athletes will be dropped off and picked up at the designated meeting place.

On Sunday, June 7, 2015, those athletes whose applications are complete and have been notified will attend an assessment at the International Christian School. Sports 360 coaching staff will place the athletes into appropriate age and skill groups.

Capacity is limited. All interested athletes must return the application forms with proof of payment and photo by email to info@sports3sixty.com. Completed applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Receipt date/time is determined by date/time of payment. Early Bird Discount, on or before May 24, 2015: HKD4,980. Full Course Fee, between May 25, 2015 to June 6, 2015: HKD5,980. Successful applicants will be notified by email and/or text message.

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Jordan Clarkson – LOS ANGELES LAKERS POINT GUARD

22-year-old Jordan Clarkson, a point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers and only Filipino-American in the NBA, finished his first season in the NBA averaging 11.9 points per game. Shortly after commencing finishing his junior year season at the University of Missouri, Clarkson declared himself for the 2014 NBA Draft. He was drafted in the 2nd Round of the 2014 NBA Draft with the 46th Overall Pick by the Washington Wizards, and traded to the Los Angeles Lakers later that night. After turning heads at the NBA Summer League in July 2014, he continued his strong play at the beginning of his rookie season with a 28-point, 5-rebound and 5-assist D-League debut on November 15, 2014 and a 35-point, 11-assist and 6-rebound performance against the Reno Big Horns on January 3rd, 2015. In the same month, Los Angeles Lakers Head Coach Byron Scott made Clarkson the starting Point Guard for the Lakers. With his consistent performance on the court, averaging 15.8 points, 5.2 assists, and 4.8 rebounds, he was named the Western Conference Rookie of the Month in March. In the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Clarkson scored a career-high 30 points, and together with Jeremy Lin, they became the first Asian American starting backcourt in NBA history. For his stellar rise to stardom, Jordan is a top nominee for the NBA Rookie of the Year Award. Prior to being drafted by the NBA, Clarkson played basketball first at the University of Tulsa where by his sophomore season, he averaged 16.5 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 33.9 minutes per game, and was named to the All-Conference USA first team and the NABC All-District 11 team. The following season, Clarkson transferred to the University of Missouri where, as a redshirt junior, he was named to the 2014 All-SEC second team.

DREW HANLEN – NBA STRATEGIC SKILLS COACH

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Heavily focused on efficiency and effectiveness, Hanlen’s unconventional and purposeful training methods feature individual as well as team drills for various defensive, offensive and shooting skills. Many of the drills he designs are adapted to make them more enjoyable and competitive for athletes. “Drew’s workouts are bar none the best. He gives you a confidence in certain areas of your game that you thought you’d never have.” -Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards “Drew played the game, studies the game, and has all the resources and work ethic to help players enhance their strengths, improve on their weaknesses and reach their goals.” -David Lee, Golden State Warriors Hanlen played basketball at Belmont University, where he played in two NCAA tournaments. He has been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, STACK Magazine, Dime Magazine, Men’s Health, NBA.com and ESPN.com

Widely known as one of the best young skill development trainers in the game today, Drew Hanlen is an NBA Strategic Skills Coach and CEO of Pure Sweat Basketball. Hanlen has worked with all levels of athletes from youth to NBA players including Bradley Beal, Andrew Wiggins, Zach LaVine, David Lee, and Jordan Clarkson. His customized pre-game and post-game workouts, strategic training, and analyses not only put players in the highest level of physical fitness and preparedness, but also help them to improve continuously throughout the season and into the following season.

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TIM FULLER – FORMER NCAA ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

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Chosen by ESPN as one of the top 10 assistant coaches under 40 years old in May 2012, Tim Fuller is the former Associate Head Basketball Coach of the University of Missouri, and the only undefeated Head Coach in the University’s history. At the beginning of the 2013-14 season, Fuller served as Interim Head Coach for five games — all victories.

A former student-athlete himself at Wake Forest University, Fuller has coached at all levels of basketball since beginning his professional career. During his tenure at Missouri, he successfully recruited top talent for the Tigers, and was instrumental in improving the team’s winning percentage and offensive efficiency ranking among the leaders of college basketball. The Tigers won 76 games and advanced to three consecutive post-season tournaments under his leadership.

“Tim is a man of great character. He’s really helped me along in my career, not just becoming a better basketball player, but also as a better person… I’m sure he’ll help their players improve on and off the court.” – Philadelphia 76ers guard Andre Igoudala.

“Tim is a hard worker. He definitely has a lot to offer as a coach and does what it takes to get the job done. He’s been a big help to me. He really believes in you, helps get the best out of you and cares about you as a person.” – Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo.

After graduating from college, Fuller began his basketball career as an intern in the Atlantic Coast Conference office and worked as a volunteer coach with Division I North Carolina A&T. His first full-time coaching duties took place at West Forsyth High School in Clemmons, N.C., where he coached future New Orleans Hornets and LA Clippers star, Chris Paul. In 2002, Fuller entered college level coaching as an assistant for Ernie Nestor at Elon College, where he was later promoted to Associate Head Coach. He returned in 2004 to his alma mater, Wake Forest University, as Director of Basketball Operations under Skip Prosser. From 2007 to 2010, he was with Nike promoting the game at the NBA level.

After 20 years of mentoring, advising, and propelling the careers of young men through the game of basketball, Fuller is now President of Fuller Youth Foundation.

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Event Detials

15 – 18 Jun, 2015


09:30 — 16:00


International Christian School
1, On Muk Lane, Shek Mun, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong

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