Flow Basketball Academy

Flow Basketball Academy Our philosophy is based on the idea of flow: a level of focus where mind and body are completely in tune with each other, and performance is effortless.

Operating as usual

04/20/2020

It never stops.

Our amazing brazilian guests!
01/23/2020

Our amazing brazilian guests!

Great game and times yesterday at Lane - Payton. So much fun to watch the back and forth competitiveness and intensity f...
12/11/2019

Great game and times yesterday at Lane - Payton. So much fun to watch the back and forth competitiveness and intensity from both teams!

Great action this morning practice with our 2nd-4th graders!
12/07/2019

Great action this morning practice with our 2nd-4th graders!

With shooting, it’s always just you and the hoop!💪
10/28/2019

With shooting, it’s always just you and the hoop!💪

Fall champs! So much mental toughness today. 🔥💪❤️
10/20/2019

Fall champs! So much mental toughness today. 🔥💪❤️

Good showing for U16 @ Nike Chicago!
07/13/2019

Good showing for U16 @ Nike Chicago!

Run for Roses action U16!
07/06/2019

Run for Roses action U16!

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07/04/2019

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Flow 7/8 working hard this morning!!
06/22/2019

Flow 7/8 working hard this morning!!

Flow players competing hard at DePaul elite camp!💪♥️
06/18/2019

Flow players competing hard at DePaul elite camp!💪♥️

This is EVERYTHING
06/16/2019

This is EVERYTHING

Tennis World
06/16/2019

Tennis World

06/12/2019

Summer is all about skill work!

06/10/2019

More Jewell + Flow!

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04/20/2019

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A fantastic letter written Brad Stevens, Head Coach of the Boston Celtics, to his 9-year-old daughter about "life advice" and the most important choices anyone can make: Be a great Teammate.

Dear Kinsley:
When I was asked to write you a letter for the Leaders and Daughters Event series, I thought of the many different things that I would love say to express what you mean to me, and how excited I am to have a front row seat in your journey through life. After tearing through my first few drafts (which were long rambles), I realized that writing a “life advice” letter to a 9-year old is quite a task. Therefore, I tried to boil my advice down to one of the most important choices anyone can make:

Be a Great Teammate.

You’ll be on many teams throughout your life. Your family is a team. Your theatre group is a team. Your choir is a team. You’ll compete with your soccer teammates, and try to play a harmonious tune with your orchestra. The thoughts below apply to all of these scenarios.

Great teammates always put others first – they are true servants. These qualities come easy for you. You have a genuine compassion for people, and that compassion is contagious. Life won’t be perfect, so there will be times where this will be tested. Take the advice that my mom used to tell me - “you will never regret choosing to be kind.” Great teammates take that high road.

Great teammates raise the energy in the room. They smile a lot. They show gratitude. People know that when they walk in, they have others’ best interest in mind, and want to bring out the best in each and every person. Who doesn’t want to surround themselves with energy raisers?

Great teammates listen and are empathetic. They put themselves in others’ shoes. They are inclusive and bring the group together, rather than judgmental to try to tear the group apart. Their own goals and dreams are important, but those take a backseat to the greater good. Great teammates realize that it’s not about them.

When times are good, be the great teammate that others want to celebrate with. When times are tough, be the great teammate who offers a shoulder to be leaned on. When you get older, you’ll realize that it wasn’t about the good or bad times, it was about who you navigated those times with, the lessons that you learned and the relationships that you forged. We are so thankful to be on your team. You and your brother inspire us every day.

Love, Dad

https://leadersanddaughters.com/2019/03/04/brad-stevens-be-a-great-teammate

Congrats to Delaney on commitment to Lawrence University!!!🔥💪😍
04/17/2019

Congrats to Delaney on commitment to Lawrence University!!!🔥💪😍

Great training this Saturday!
04/09/2019

Great training this Saturday!

04/05/2019
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Sabrina Ionescu is a triple-double machine, thanks in part to her pick-and-roll game.

Kobe Bryant breaks it down on "Detail." https://es.pn/2FRneDz

Congrats to Jade on being selected to All-rookie team!🔥🔥🔥
03/10/2019

Congrats to Jade on being selected to All-rookie team!🔥🔥🔥

6/7 team is qualified for nationals!
01/29/2019

6/7 team is qualified for nationals!

Congrats to U 13 on a great play last wekend!
01/29/2019

Congrats to U 13 on a great play last wekend!

Congrats to jade an an awesome week!
01/16/2019

Congrats to jade an an awesome week!

Day 2 - Nike Tournament of Champions. Join us tomorrow for our last games: 17U plays at 11:45 am on court 41, and the 15...
07/12/2018

Day 2 - Nike Tournament of Champions. Join us tomorrow for our last games: 17U plays at 11:45 am on court 41, and the 15/16U game is at 1:00 pm on court 53. East wing.

Team 17u kicked of the Nike Tournament of Champions with a strong performance, playing great team defense, and scoring 7...
07/10/2018

Team 17u kicked of the Nike Tournament of Champions with a strong performance, playing great team defense, and scoring 73 points!

15/16 team working hard!
07/10/2018

15/16 team working hard!

07/10/2018

Great start to the Nike Tournament of Champions!

11/24/2017
NBA

Are you working on your ball handling this holiday weekend?

C.J. McCollum warms up the handles in Brooklyn for early Portland Trail Blazers action 12pm/et NBA LEAGUE PASS!

Congrats to team 5/6 on a great end of the fall season!
10/22/2017

Congrats to team 5/6 on a great end of the fall season!

09/08/2017

Shelia, This is your first game. I hope you win for your sake, not mine. Because winning’s nice. It’s a good feeling. Like the whole world is yours. But it passes, this feeling. And what lasts is what you’ve learned. And what you’ve learned about is — life. That’s what sport is all about — life!
The whole thing is played out in an afternoon. The happiness of life, the miseries, the joys, the heartbreaks. There’s no telling what will turn up. There’s no telling how you’ll do. You might be a hero. Or you might be absolutely nothing.
There’s just no telling. Too much depends on chance, on how the ball bounces.
I’m not talking about the game. I’m talking about life. But it’s life that the game is all about. Just as I said, every game is life, and life is a game. A serious one. Dead serious. But here’s what you do with serious things. You do your best. You take what comes.

You take what comes and you run with it.
Winning is fun . . . Sure.
But winning is not the point.
Wanting to win is the point.
Not giving up is the point.
Never letting up is the point.

Never being satisfied with what you’ve done is the point.
The game is never over. No matter what the scoreboard reads, or what the referee says, it doesn’t end when you come off the court.
The secret of the game is in doing your best. To persist and endure, “to strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.”

I’m proud to be your Coach,
Pat Head Summitt

09/07/2017

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