ONE WORLD GAMES ELITE BASKETBALL CAMP
Connecticut and New York
ONE WORLD GAMES (OWG) International Elite Basketball Camp will be a remarkably positive experience for everyone involved. The players will get hands-on instruction from the nation’s premier authority on basketball specific strength & conditioning. They will go through the same drills and exercises that elite college and NBA players go through.
Our program is specifically designed for athletes age 14 years and older, who have at least two years of playing experience and are seeking to improve their conditioning and skills during the off-season. It is highly recommended for varsity athletes and those with interest to play at the collegiate level some day.
Coach Alan Stein
Alan Stein is the head conditioning coach for the annual McDonald’s All American game, the Jordan All American Classic, and the Nike Summer Skills Academies. Alan has filmed over a dozen DVD’s on improving performance as well as authored the self published “Complete Guide To Basketball Conditioning.” He is a sought after lecturer at basketball camps and clinics across the world and has been featured in Winning Hoops, Time Out, Dime, SI.com, SLAMonline.com, American Basketball Quarterly, Stack, and Men’s Health.
have worked with Alan since I was in the 10th grade. His workouts
are crazy, intense, but fun. He always pushes me and gets the most
out of me. He is the best!”
- Michael Beasley, Miami Heat
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We have been organizing camps in the United States and abroad since
2005. OWG is structured to help athletes excel in all areas as basketball
players both on and off the court. Previously some of today’s
top college basketball players in the country participated in the
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ONE WORLD GAMES BRAZIL
< Left to right: Fabio Malavazzi(OWG), Milton Jennings (Clemson), Anderson Varejão (Cleveland Cavaliers), Alex Oriakhi (UCONN), Raphael Chillious (Washington Univ.), Jamal MacDaniel-Coombs (UCONN), Daniel Orton (Kentucky), Avery Bradley (Univ.Texas), Wyking Jones (Univ.New Mexico), Alan Stein (NIKE), Xavier Henry (Kansas), Phil Pressey (Missouri), Tommy Masson (Oklahoma).
ONE WORLD GAMES RECOGNIZED AT UNITED NATIONS
On November 23 of 2009, the One World Games, received the “Best Sports Project of the Year” award, presented during a ceremony held at United Nations in New York. The award was part of the celebration of 120 years of the Federative Republic of Brazil. “ I founded OWG in 2005 with the vision of creating a sports and cultural exchange program for youth athletes from all over the world”, said Malavazzi, adding, “And I’m proud to share and thank everyone who participates direct or indirectly of the One World Games.” The Centro de Integração Cultural e Empresarial of Sao Paulo (CICESP) and members of the United Nations selected the awardees.
OWG group reunited in a ceremony at
the Madison Square Garden. During
the PSAL boys and girls basketball finals at the Madison Square
Garden, in March 21, the basketball group who traveled to Brazil
in April of 2008 to compete at the ONE WORLD GAMES – Brazil,
was reunited and brought out to the center court during the
half time of the boys final. This homage was after the success
of the trip where the kids had a chance to compete and enjoy
the Brazilian culture.
“Our trip to Brazil was a memory filled adventure that we will never forget. The 30 of us who traveled have been changed forever. 4 athletes who went on the trip led their teams to a city championship this year. I believe our Brazilian experience gave them the confidence to do anything they want in life”, said Danny Harris Sports Coordinator - PSAL.