The Cleveland Basketball School is training our students for today`s game by using an International Skills Training and a European Curriculum Skills Training Philosophy
The Cleveland Basketball School is Currrently Training at in Brecksville, Medina & Twinsburg with a 4th Cleveland Location in Bedford Coming Soon!
WHY THE CLEVELAND BASKETBALL SCHOOL?
LIFE SKILLS-HARD WORK , TRAINING OVER 1,700 STUDENTS, 10,000-12,000 BALL TOUCHES PER MONTH,
NO DOWN TIME, 800-1,000 SHOTS PER MONTH, INTERNATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING, CREATIVE-COMPETITIVE-FUN, ATTENTION TO DETAIL
HARD WORK, LIFE SKILLS,
CREATIVE, COMPETITIVE, FUN
12 MONTHS A YEAR
The Cleveland Basketball School emphasizes hard work, character and respect. Please read our testimonials to learn how CBS instills excellence on the court and in life:
Ganon Baker, the #1 Basketball Skills Trainer in the World, Trainer of 9 of the USA Olympic 2012 Team Members and Many NBA Players
To His Basketball Organization: Welcoming Robbie and Paul Haught of the Cleveland Basketball School
TEAM, LET`S WELCOME ROBBIE AND PAUL HAUGHT
THEY HAVE A WONDERFUL BASKETBALL PROGRAM OUT OF CLEVELAND. PAUL BRINGS A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE, WISDOM, AND EXPERIENCE TO US. ROBBIE IS OUR YOUNGEST SKILL COACH, AND I AM EXCITED TO GROW WITH THEM. THEIR PROGRAM IS ONE OF THE BEST ON THE EAST COAST. THEIR PROGRAM GETS RESULTS AND I HAVE HEARD NOTHING BUT POSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM EVERYONE! WELCOME ABOARD!
KEEP GETTING AFTER IT TEAM!
Dear Paul and Robbie,
I just want to say thanks from all of Belize basketball enthusiasts. What a thrill it was for me to see the Belize high school all star team go through a great skill training session where the players never lost focus for the full hour you and Robbie put them through. On our eleven day trip to the King`s James Classic all of the guys commented on how INSPIRING YOU GUYS MAKE WORKING ON YOUR GAME FUN. THEY CAN`T WAIT FOR YOU GUYS TO RETURN TO BELIZE.
Hey this is Alan Stein with Stronger Team and DeMatha Catholic Basketball, if you’re a player or coach anywhere you have to check out the Cleveland Basketball School, it’s absolutely the best.
Dear Paul, I just want to let you know what an incredible job you and Robbie did on your visit to Belize. As the Director of Basketball for the country of Belize,one of my jobs is to improve skill development throughout the country and what the Cleveland Basketball School did in those 5 days was incredible. The players are still talking about how intense, organized and challenging the drills were. They were amazed at Robbies ballhandling skills and how hard he worked at them. Once again thanks for everything. You guys opened eyes for Belize Basketball.
I’ve been knowing Robbie and his family for 15 years now and I have never met anyone who has the drive and passion to help players succeed not only in basketball but in life as well. The Cleveland Basketball School has so much to offer a kid trying to develop basketball skills and a good mindset. Robbie Haught, who is the head trainer of the Cleveland Basketball School, is a driven young man thriving to be successful and help players out along the way. I played at Kent State for four years and I’ve had the chance to work out with many different coaches and trainers to try and shape my game. I have never worked with anyone whose dribbling circuits can top the depth or intensity of the drills that Robbie put me through. Some of the things he teaches and can do with the ball is simply amazing and not to mention he didn’t give me much rest in between sets making me focus even harder as fatigue started to set in. Since working with Robbie my dribbling skills have gone to another level and he has taken my game to newer heights. Another reason why I recommend Robbie to any young basketball player out there is his work ethic. There would be days that fatigue was getting the best of me and working on my game was the last thing on my mind. Robbie would make me feel good about getting better in the gym and that motivation is something a player needs moving forward with their career. I recommend the Cleveland Basketball School to players of all ages and all levels who have the ambition of becoming a better basketball player.”
I have been in or around basketball my entire life. Having grown up in Indiana, some of my fondest childhood memories are of my Dad sharing the stories of the teams, coaches, and players that made “Hoosier Hysteria.” God was the most important person in our household, followed closely by Bob Knight. When I played, I participated in camps, clinics, and classes, but nothing I ever did or witnessed prepared me for what I saw Robbie put my 15 year old son through. Because my son attends an out-of-state boarding school my first opportunity to enroll him in Robbie’s dribbling class was during my son’s most recent Spring Break. It was only an hour class, but the drills he learned are ones he has taken back to school with him because he recognized that doing what Robbie taught him was the only way he is going to get better. My son’s school’s Headmaster (who incidentally was captain of his Yale basketball squad) was so impressed with the drills my son brought back that the he is requiring the entire team to do them.
Now, my son looks forward to coming back home for summer break for more than the obvious reason of school being completed; he wants to get back in Robbie’s gym. As a parent (who funds my son’s dribbling classes), I especially appreciate that Robbie has a well thought out plan for every class and there is no downtime. The entire hour is focused as it should be; on excellence.
I have attended many high profile camps over the past three years (Kevin Durant, LeBron James, NBA top 100, All American Camp) and have the privilege of working out with many great people. I thought that those workouts would be the best that I have ever had, until I went to see Robbie (Cleveland Basketball School). It was more intense and a much harder workout than I ever imagined. The dribbling skills were incredible and he never seemed to let us rest, he was constantly teaching. I believe that he is one of the best “dribbling teacher” that I have ever worked with. Besides working hard every minute we also had fun. I would highly recommend all basketball players of all ages to sign up for his classes, it is well worth it. I hope that these skills help me over the next four years while I am playing in College.