Bobby Allen

Bobby Allen was voted 2nd greatest highschool basketball player in Canadian history in a northpolehoops poll in 2013.


Pricing:
Level 1 ($250/month, with 2 workouts per week)
Level 2 ($200/month, with 2 workouts per week)
Level 3 ($100/month, once a week, Saturdays at 11).

Bobby Allen Skills Academy

Programs:

Jumpstart
  • • Shooting
  • • Ball Handling
  • • Passing
  • • Footwork
  • • Defense
  • • Strength Training

Bobby Allen Skills Academy offers one of the best basketball sports programs available in all of Ontario. Through our positive training atmosphere, our experienced coaches will help athletes define, develop and achieve their personal goals, focusing not only on the game, but on the importance of education and life skills. We specialize in teaching basketball fundamentals, technical skills development and team play concentrating primarily on Shooting, Ball Handling, Passing and Foot Work.

The Academy is open to Boys and Girls between the ages of 8-17

Training schedule is Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday - 6:00pm to 7:45pm, Saturday 11:00am - 2:00pm

Training currently being offered in Mississauga, Ontario.

BobbyAllen is a 6 foot 3 Point Guard/Off Guard who played at Morningstar Secondary School in Malton Ontario where he averaged close to 50 points per game. Bobby then went on to play Junior College Basketball at Spoon River College where he averaged 29- Points 8- Rebounds and 6- Assists and then went on to play at Texas Pan American University where he averaged 17- Points and 6- Rebounds.

After his college years Bobby had his number 44 retired at Texas Pan American and was also inducted into the (JUCO) Junior College Hall of Fame October 8th, 2011!

From here Bobby went on to play professionally overseas and was a big hit in the Philippines.


Read Article: "Allen stars in the Philippines"


Bobby in his early 30's in Action

ASSESSMENTS

Upon registration, you will be assessed and placed in 1 of the 3 categories. Fees and paperwork must be completed before any workouts.

Level 1
Athletes who are at an advance stage who require focus on strengthening their technical skills and improving their overall athletic performance.

Level 2
Intermediate athletes who possess basketball fundamentals but require them to be improved upon. Focus will also be placed on co-ordination development and conditioning.

Level 3
Athletes who show potential but lack the necessary knowledge. Attention will be placed on learning the basic fundamentals and understanding the game.