WORLD WIDE HOOPS
World Wide Hoops mission is to teach, mentor, and inspire boys and girls of all ages to reach their full potential through the sport of basketball. We use the lessons learned in basketball to strongly encourage all of the student-athletes to graduate from college and to develop the qualities of character that will lead to success in school and life.
Our Vision is to be the catalyst for the development of young girls and boys throughout the country by using basketball as a motivational tool. We are dedicated to expanding and ensuring sports opportunities for youth through basketball camps and clinics.
Fundamental Basketball Skills Training
Players, whether you are just beginning or are a professional, World Wide Hoops has a specifically set workout for your personal goals. Each and every hour long workout includes:
- Dramatic improvement of shooting percentage
- Learning how to “Create your own shot”
- Ball handling, with and without pressure
- Changing speeds and direction
- Developing mental toughness and determination
- Workouts developed for movement skills and lateral quickness.
World Wide Hoops Training staff has worked out NBA All-Stars, College All-Americans, High School All-Americans, as well as International Professionals. Our workouts, however, are not limited to only elite players but rather a ride range of athletic levels and abilities. We have a passion for developing players at all skill levels as long as they have an intense desire to improve and strive to achieve personal aspirations.
Brandon Paquin is the Head Trainer for World Wide Hoops, Kentucky’s finest basketball training program. He has trained and worked with dozens of College and Professional players as well as hundreds of kids in the Indiana and Kentucky areas. He states with enthusiasm, “I am very passionate about training and getting players to reach their maximum potential. Whether that be helping a kid make his high school freshman team or getting a player ready for the NBA. My intense training techniques have proven results. My staff and I are dedicated to transforming goal-orientated players to become the best player they can be.” We are the new age of basketball!
Prior to Brandon training players he worked in the Continental Basketball Association from 2004-2008 with the Indiana Alley Cats then with East Kentucky Miners as the Director of Player Personnel and Player Development. Brandon is a 2001 graduate of Indiana University with degrees in Sports Marketing and Communications.
“Brandon is a good skill coach. He knows exactly what players on all levels need to improve their game, and he will get you better!”
– Ganon Baker (NBA Skills Coach, Nike Skills Coach)