Posts Tagged basketball clinics
Expected to open in November 2012. The Sports House in Redwood City will be the largest indoor sports facility on the peninsula. With free Wi-Fi, two indoor turf fields for lacrosse, soccer and indoor football, four volleyball courts, two full-sized basketball courts, and a Sports Cafe with hot food and healthy snacks, it is going to be, in a word, spectacular.
And what makes it even more spectacular is that Team Esface has partnered with the Sports House, using their facilities to train existing Team Esface programs and help create new programs and events for the large and diverse community of peninsula athletes.
On a beautiful August day, Team Esface players, parents, and coaches came out to EPA Academy in Menlo Park to celebrate Team Esface’s tremendous 2012 season. Highlight videos, sports, good company, and good times were shared by all. And in the spirit of the hot new ‘Stay Hungry’ t-shirts, the burgers, hot dogs, chips, dips, and salads were all cheerfully mauled by the Esface family. Here’s a few photo memories from the day. Thanks for making it out!
Our first invitational tournament, Hustle Up, was featured in Mountain View’s Patch site! Coach Dele and Team Esface players Kaiden Pilkenton and Philip Williams were interviewed.
Click here to read the article!
More pictures to come!! Merry Christmas.
Team Esface coach Emmanuel Igbinosa (recent Stanford players, class of 2010) comes out to our 4th annual After School Club Elite Basketball Club Clinics and shows some of the young ballers how to do a Euro Step finish, a move used by several “unorthodox” foreign players in the NBA like Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker.