Swish Girls Basketball - What Do We Look For?

February 24, 2020

Whether it's our all girls training programs or our competitive girls travel teams, Swish Atlanta is always looking for special young ladies. However, we don't define special the same way other organizations do. We don't look for the so-called elite athletes - a word greatly overused to the point of being almost meaningless in today's youth sports culture. We're not looking for superstars who feel they should carry the team or be catered to.

 

So what do we mean by special? We're looking for humble, hard working kids that appreciate when someone invests in their lives and are a joy to coach and play alongside. The kind of player we are looking for is summed up best by former Wisconsin head coach and recent Hall of Fame inductee, Bo Ryan - A man who was known for taking athletes others didn't see much in and turning them into NBA lottery picks.

 

"I recruit hungry kids, kids that love the game and want to get better and feel they have more questions than answers. It is very hard to find, but we've got 'em."
- Bo Ryan

 

We've got them as well but are always looking for more. If that's what you want for your daughter, come check us out. However, if you are looking for a team where your daughter is the superstar and the team built around her, I'm going to respectfully ask you to keep looking. This is not the place! We want girls and families that are hungry for something different - a true community that supports and encourages each other and believes in the kind of true team basketball emulated by the 2014 San Antonio Spurs and the 1986 Boston Celtics. Check out the links to see what we mean.

If you'd like to learn more please please see the following pages..

Swish Girls Basketball
Swish Travel Teams

..... or just reach out to me at (770) 995-0198 or bformella@swishatlanta.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please reload

Featured Posts

Swish Girls Basketball: New Flex Schedule Options

March 3, 2020

1/5
Please reload

Recent Posts
Please reload

Archive
Please reload

Search By Tags