SportStrong AAU Basketball Club (est 2001) is a non profit 501c3. We are one of the original AAU basketball clubs in the Bay Area. Our program utilizes basketball as a tool to teach valuable life skills: Respect, Perseverance, Sportsmanship, Patience, and Dedication. Our program is designed for both the Elite player as well as the recreational player from 7-17 yrs of age. Our coaches are professionally trained and several are current and former H.S. and College coaches.
We produce teams that compete on both a local and national level. Our alumni have gone on to win California High School State Championships, received Division 1 scholarships, and hold scoring records at the high school level.
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From beginner to elite you will get individualized training with ball-handling, footwork, separation, shooting, passing, and finishing skills designed to improve every aspect of your overall skill level.
About our Elite Trainer: Joe See
Joe was a four-year starter at De La Salle at the point guard position. He set numerous scoring and shooting records at De La Salle from 1998 through the 2001 season. He was a 3-time MVP of the league and a First Team Division 1 All-State player. In the 2000 state championship, Joe made two free throws with 2.9 seconds left to win 47-46. While in High School, he was selected for the prestigious Nike and Adidas Camps. In addition, he was selected for the USA basketball trials which comprised of the top 48 kids in the United States hosted in Colorado Springs. In 2014, Joe was inducted into the De La Salle Hall of Fame.
Joe played his 4-year collegiate career at Oregon State University and University of California Santa Barbara as the starting point guard. As a freshman at OSU, Joe led the beavers in 3 pointers made and averaged 23.4 minutes per game. While at UCSB he led the team in 3 pointers during his 3 years and had the second most made 3's in a game (8) in Gaucho history. He also had one of the top Assist-to-turnover ratio's in the Big West Conference of 2:1.