WELCOME TO KYRIE IRVING'S 1st PICK HOOPS - AUSTRALIAN BASKETBALL CAMPS

Melbourne born, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving is offering Australia's youth the opportunity to learn from one of the games youngest and most exciting superstars.

The camp is designed to not only teach how to develop outstanding fundamental skills and techniques, but will also focus on the importance of key elements in Kyrie's success including character, commitment, dedication, discipline, hard work, pride, respect, selflessness, sportsmanship and teamwork.

Irving will share with campers the pathway that has taken him from a toddler in Doncaster to the player that has become the 1st Pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, 2012 Rising Star Challenge MVP, the 2012 NBA Rookie of the Year Award, the 2013 All Star Three Point Shootout Winner and of course an NBA All-Star - all by the age of 21.

 

KYRIE’S ROOKIE CAMP

Ages 9-12, Boys & Girls, Domestic and Representative Players

 

KYRIE’S EMERGING STARS CAMP

Ages 13 – 16, Boys & Girls, Domestic and Representative Players

 

KYRIE’S ALL-STARS

Ages 15 and above, Boys & Girls, Representative to Advanced Players

 

Positions are limited so get your registration in early. For more information on each camp and how to register, click on the titles at the top of the page.

 

BORN IN MELBOURNE : RAISED ON HOOPS

 

Pepsi Max Ad Starring Kyrie

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Camp Notice

Please note that First Pick Hoops will not be permitting members of the general public or registered camp members use of camera's, video camera's, iPhone's or other Photography devices during this camp.

 

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