Kayla Definitely Has Game, Do You?
Get an inside peak at what you'll experience at a G3 Showcase as a player and a parent.
This six minute video will show you everything you need to know about what makes a G3 Showcase so much different your standard camp.
With resources for players and parents unlike any other girls basketball experience, be sure to nominate your player for the next G3 event near you.
Yes, That's the WNBA's Temi Fagbenle at a G3 Event!
Why Was G3 Created For You?
As resources, support and money for young women’s athletic programs have been making strides to catch up to that afforded to young men, the gap today is still wide. Every day the sports world is spending more time and resources on young male athletes than young female athletes, which simply provides them more opportunity.
Young female athletes have the same college and professional basketball ambition and opportunity as males.
The G3 mission is to test, train and showcase the nation’s elite female athletes over three intense and career-changing days - like no other development event in girls’ basketball.
Young women train just as intensely and display the same unwavering commitment to their basketball goals as young men. More importantly, their parents provide the same level of support for travel basketball costs, team costs and basketball training costs. The chief architect of Gurlz Got Game, Rich McGuinness, learned this all too well as a father and coach of two daughters on the AAU girls basketball circuit and wanted to change the game.
The architects behind G3 include the creators of prominent national high school sporting events such as the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (NBC) that annually showcases the nation’s top football preps and the McDonald’s All-American Game (ESPN) that annually features the nation’s top senior basketball boys and girls. They sold their interest to focus on showcase and development for the next generation of basketball stars from the middle school ranks.
What Can You Expect From The G3 Experience?
What's Included In Your G3 Experience?
It includes 18 hours over 3 unforgettable days of:
- Individual Athlete Testing and Evaluation: 15 Data Points that capture performance, basketball skill and reaction
- Skill Development and Evaluation: World Class skill development in all phases of the game as well as skill analysis and classroom settings that breakdown individual play through video analysis
- Competitive Play and Evaluation: Athletes will compete in one-on-one settings, group settings, and game situational setting
- Report Card: At the end of the event, every athlete will receive a report card that evaluates her overall game, basketball ability and highlight strengths and weaknesses
- Additional Exciting Programming: Athletes will attend breakouts on nutrition, improving physical performance, mental conditioning and college recruiting/exposure
- Parents' Programming: Parents will be invited to attend break-out sessions that focus on athletic development, college exposure and college recruiting
Two Ways To Attend G3 Showcases
Do you have a girl in your home or on your team that deserves an invitation to an upcoming G3 Showcase? There are two ways to connect with us. Click below to either register your own player or to nominate another girls for consideration.
Florida (Disney's Wide World of Sports) - July 24-25, 2017
G3 America's Challenge - National Championship (Charlotte, NC) : August 2-6, 2017
G3 Ohio Regional Event (Canton, OH) : August 8 - 10, 2017
G3 Maryland Regional Event (Frederick, MD) : September 1 – 3, 2017
G3 California Regional Event (Southern California) : September 8 – 10, 2017
G3 New England Regional Event (Hubbardston, MA) : October 6 - 8, 2017
G3 Pennsylvania Regional Event (Easton, PA) : December 28 – 30, 2017
*All venues and dates are subject to change