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Want to learn some of the secrets to success from a championship program?

The University of Hawai’i basketball program – coming off the best season in program history – will be hosting its annual Rainbow Warrior Basketball Camps for youth players this summer, and there will be several opportunities to participate.

Head coach Eran Ganot and his staff will lead the daily drills and activities. Current and former UH players are expected to provide assistance.

Here are the basics:

What: 2016 Rainbow Warriors Basketball Camps

Dates: Camp 1 – June 6-9; Camp 2 – June 21-24; Camp 3 – August 1-4; Shooting Clinic – June 10

Times:
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day of each camp

Where: Stan Sheriff Center and other practice gyms on the University of Hawai’i-Manoa campus

Who: Open to boys and girls ages 6 to 17; players will be separated by age and skill level

Cost: $250 per child for Camps 1, 2 and 3; $450 to attend two different camps; $600 to attend all three camps; $75 for the Shooting Clinic

CLICK HERE to view the registration form

14 Comments

  1. Looks like Brian Garrett a guard out of Canada College in the bay area is the latest commit.

  2. Camp sounds good.
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    Gibson J. now may be visiting NC State at the end of May, per another board. New Assistant HC there, Schroyer, tried to recruit Gibson to UT- Martin. The NC state roster lists three Assistant HC’s.

  3. With the addition of Garrett, that makes a roster of 5 guards (Drammeh, Owies, Green, Buggs, Garrett), 1 wing (Allen), 3 forwards (Thomas, Purchase, Ziggy). Hmmm, a little light in the front court. Two more scholarships available?

    I read that Gottfried of N.C. State now has three assistants with HC experience, and while its recruiting has been top-notch so far, it still has three scholarships to award so I guess GJ is still in play there. Hoping UH still has a shot at him.

  4. Looks like Garrett is a walk on per BM. Looks more capable than the previous walk ons. With the reduced scholarships they’re may be PT available for walk ons.

  5. Thanks, PONO. FWIW: Garrett averaged 14.9 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists and shot 42.5 percent from the field (35 percent from 3) and 73.1 percent from FT line. He started 22 games during a 10-15 season.

  6. Stats are slightly inflated since his JC runs a run and gun offense. They don’t play much defense. Was able to watch them play twice.

  7. Way to go Jamie Smith !!
    Go Bows !!

  8. JC forward 6-5 Darryl Matthews signed as a walk on, from West Los Angeles College, per McInnis.

  9. … video of Darryl Mathews on Hawaii Warrior World … 6′ 5″ solid player !
    Good !
    Go Bows !

  10. Make the grades, try like hell to play!

    So, run as fast and often, maybe they can’t keep up?

  11. Hoping John Ursua applies his skills to help out the BB team after football season ends. Much like how Miah was a positive factor on the team Ursua has good upside a stellar point guard in high school two sport athlete.

  12. Had the same thoughts about Ursua when he first signed with UH several years ago, but after what he showed during spring football, I’d rather see him focus on that sport and his academics. He could have a great football career.

  13. I am sure the Coaches are searching the world around…like all of us, we want as many high 3* and/or 4* players as we can get so we can get back to where this team was in talent.

    I see a kid, Kendall Stephens, might still be available. He played three years at Purdue and was on his way to being one of their best 3 point scorers before wanting to transfer late last month. He is a 4*, 6’7″, 205# Shooting Guard. It appears he may have given a verbal to Nevada, but if you compare the mountains to the sea, Hawaii should have the advantage there. He would have to redshirt, but he would be a real get. Show him your Coach of the Year trophies.

    GO BOWZ…Go Ganot

  14. McInnis reporting Larry Lewis has signed with UH. Two scholarships available.

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