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Team 10 Skills Academy is the official Basketball Development Academy of the 76ers Fieldhouse. Lead by Skills Trainer Trevor Cooney, Lamar Mason, and Adrianna Hahn.

BPG|SPORTS Presents: Team 10 Basketball Academy Spring Session

Team 10 Basketball Academy is committed to providing young athletes with the tools they need to succeed on the court. The academy is a player development program that emphases hard work and dedication. Team 10 aims to help young athletes strive to be the best they can be, by pushing them to work hard and expand their basketball skill set. During the small group training session players will enhance their shooting and ball handling skills as well footwork and attack moves. Athletes will also improve their overall offensive & defensive knowledge of the game by competing in game like situations. Team 10 Basketball Academy will be run by 76ers Fieldhouse Director of Events and Programs, Trevor Cooney. 

April 1st – June 3rd 2020
Group Sessions will be Wednesday Nights 6pm-8pm

Session Dates
April 1st, April 8th, April 15th, April 29th, May 6th, May 13th, May 20th, May 27th, June 3rd


All (9) Sessions - $225
5 Sessions - $125
Walk up price - $30

*Unused sessions do not carry over.

Sessions Times 

6pm-7pm Boys & Girls 4th – 8th Grade
7pm-8pm Boys & Girls 9th – 12th Grade

Trevor has many years of basketball experience, which include 2 Delaware State Championships with Sanford School (’10,’11), 2 Final Four runs with Syracuse University (’13,’16) as well as experience as a professional basketball player overseas. Trevor wishes to pass along his knowledge in hopes to help other young athletes improve and develop their overall skill.

Lamar Mason is the Founder of CheckRock League / Owner of the brand CheckRock. CheckRock was founded the year of 2015, in the city of Wilmington, Delaware. As the brand continually grows throughout the years, the league becomes more competitive. Mason trains all year round, keeping most of the players in the area sharp & on top of their game. Focusing on the importance of fundamentals of the game, detail, character, hard work, discipline and team work is something that Mason encourages players to use off the court in life. “It’s Bigger Than Basketball” is the motto he follows. Mason’s main goal is to establish a culture of success among co-ed youth by providing a consistent mentoring style designed to create independent, positive and productive leaders. 

Adrianna was a Three-time state of Delaware Player of the Year; Three-time Gatorade Delaware Player of the Year; Four-time All-State honoree; Five-time All-Catholic honoree; Scored her 1,000 career point as a junior; Honor Roll student while attending Ursuline Academy. At Villanova she was unanimous Big East All-Rookie Team selection, Named second team All-Big East, and second team All-Philadelphia Big Five.