Teer Basketball Training Camps are some of the best and most effective basketball skills events run in the entire state of Maine. We focus on creating LASTING changes with your abilities and habits. We build up a fundamental foundation with proper habits and positive thinking and confidence while noticing, breaking, and getting rid of negative/bad habits or ways of thinking. No player leaves our camps with anything less of a change in mindset, and a change in abilities.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What people are saying
I am the Girls Varsity Basketball Head Coach at Narraguagus High School. This year we had an amazing season. We ended with a record of 19-2 and were able to win our first Maine Class C State Championship in school history.
I believe 110% that championships are won by TEAM play, but you do have to have capable athletes that are willing to go the extra mile and do what needs to be done to get themselves to that championship floor.
I have several girls on my team that have put in many many hours of practice. They not only put in their time with the team, they put months and some even years working with Teer Basketball Training to be the best players they can be. With Coach Ben’s help, I saw great improvement in their ball-handling skills and their overall comfort and confidence when holding a basketball.
I am extremely proud of them for taking their game to another level and wanting to put in their best effort for the team. I encourage any athlete, at any age, who may be looking to improve their individual game, to contact Coach Ben at Teer Basketball Training. I believe those that are willing to push and challenge themselves to get better, are in turn making their team better. This requires athletes putting time and effort into their game outside of the regular basketball season.
Wyatt Hathaway (#6 ranked player in Class of 2022 in Maine and Leavitt High School 1000 point scorer)
I definitely liked how detailed everything was you could tell that you spent time thinking out what moves you were going to teach me and how you were going to teach me them. Just how you took our relationship to a personal level it wasn’t just you training me for money, you wanted to teach me ways I can elevate my game because you want to see all of your clients succeed and play at a high level. I really enjoyed how much energy you brought to the sessions. If we weren’t giving it our everything you called us out and got on us with positive energy and made us want to compete
Maddy McVicar (Guard at Univ Maine at Orono, and Calais High School Hall of Fame, and 1000 Point Scorer)
Ben is an elite level trainer who truly cares about the people he works with and the sport he preaches. He dedicates his time to constantly learning basketball and each of the players he works with. Personally, he took the time to view film from my collegiate team and base the moves we worked on around situations I’d be placed in within our offense. He gives skill-specific and player-specific training, which immediately translates to on-court results.
Kenzie Worcester (Former Husson University guard. Husson’s 2nd all time leading scorer, and 2000 point scorer at Washburn High School)
One word that comes to mind when thinking of Ben is dedicated. He is always willing to watch film, go to games, & listen to what each athlete wants to work on. His drills are very creative as they often force you to think about and do multiple things at once, simulating game-like situations. Ben knows how to push each individual athlete towards realistic & attainable goals. He is so good at hyping athletes up & keeping them motivated not just throughout the session, but throughout their season as well.
Kolleen Bouchard (Univ of Bentley, Former standout for Houlton High School, 2000 point scorer, and Miss Maine Basketball)
I thought the session pushed me in a way that I have not been pushed before. The session definitely showed me what I needed to work on. I enjoyed doing new drills that I have never done before and, at the same time, I felt like I got a good workout in. I particularly remember doing a few difficult ball handling drills that really pushed me to focus and work hard to do them correctly. I messed up a lot in these drills but always had positive reinforcement from Coach Teer. In these sessions, I liked how we focused on the little things such as footwork in certain moves for a long period of time, instead of just working on things that I could already successfully do.