Congratulations to graduating senior and 2018-2019 Program Director Kyle Burton. As a player on the Kingwood High School Varsity Team, Kyle demonstrated the leadership skills that have made the recent success of Project Hoops possible. In addition to his academic and on the court success, Kyle coached the Project Hoops 4th grade team. Parents and players alike voiced their appreciation for his ability to teach the game to our youngest players - ensuring that they are on the path toward a lifelong love of the game. Join us in congratuating Kyle as he heads off to Texas A&M University as an Accounting major at Mays School of Business.
Visit our "For Coaches" tab under the Connect button for a new section titled Coach's Blog where we feature articles from our coaching staff that might be helpful for new coaches, or those of you hoping to get a better understanding of the program, youth basketball, or our philosophy.
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We believe fundamentals is the cornerstone to a good player as well as a good team. We stress fundamentals in both practice and games to make sure the players and teams with be able to compete at the highest level. We stress teamwork and believe that teamwork is the key to success. While we like to see players grow individually, we like to see players learn to contribute to the team and its goals.
Located in Kingwood / Humble, TX we offer tournament and competitive league play for boys and girls 3rd grade through high school.
Project Hoops is a 501c3 non profit subordinate of the Amateur Athletic Union of the U.S. (AAU) and a copy of our registration can be provided upon request.