“This is a great option for your players to do some home workouts differently from what they have been doing for the past five to six months. New coaches, new drills, new learning,” Wall said in an email sent to Diaz.
Rollers players and coaches have been training at home for months due to the pandemic and Diaz said the suggested skills and drills coming for the Hawks Basketball Academy are definitely a great addition to their workout.
Besides its Hawks at Home, the Hawks Basketball Academy also offers players training camps, holds tournaments and coaching clinics, and supports the Special Olympics Georgia.
“We are very excited with the Hawks at Home and UNB programs and we look forward for more opportunities for our players and coaches in the future,” the Rollers coach said.
The NMI Rollers Basketball Club has over 100 players divided into different age groups and they compete in various youth leagues in the CNMI and have also played in tournaments in Guam and the Philippines. Rollers players also see action in interscholastic leagues, which won’t be kicking off anytime soon due to the pandemic.
Meanwhile, interested Rollers players are required to register at https://basketballacademy.hawks.com/hawks-at-home/ to attend the virtual class.