July 29, 2019

2016 WWH Year In Review

by Upper Hand in Newsfeed, Year In Review

As 2016 comes to a close this has been an amazing year. We’ve had tremendous growth and have 62 kids in our program. All of the kids improved greatly from our off season training and skills clinics. I can’t think Merideth Marsh enough for working with our girls the past 2.5 years. She was an amazing asset to World Wide Hoops. Former Louisville star and WNBA player Asia Taylor worked with our girls in the summer and really helped them improve their game. Our 3rd Annual Father Son and Daughter Skills clinic was a huge success. It was great working with Ted Butler on the clinic whose one of the best sports in performance coaches in the country. Also a huge thank you to Ganon Baker who’s a mentor of mine and have learned so much from and being a part of Ganon Baker Basketball Nation.

We have a lot of new developments coming in 2017 as our World Wide Hoops Foundation will get started and we will continue having skills clinics and putting together off-season training programs. Thank you to everyone who has supported and been a part of World Wide Hoops!

Brandon Paquin
Head Player Development Coach
World Wide Hoops