Congratulations, you’ve taken the first step to address your basketball problem. For every nine people who can play basketball socially, there is one who can’t leave it alone. Chances are you are that one. You don’t control basketball, basketball controls you. This is the 34th year camp is being held to help people like you. And we CAN help!
Answer the following questions to see if you need help:
If you answered “Yes” or “No” to at least half of these questions, you may be a Hoopaholic. Fortunately, there is hope. ... THE 34th ANNUAL HOOPAHOLIC TREATMENT CAMP.
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Who should come to camp? Men 35 and older (with a few exceptions) who continue to play basketball despite numerous indications — sore knees, disruption of family, a declining vertical jump — that they shouldn’t.
Where is it? Camp Casey and the Coupeville High School gym, Whidbey Island.
When is it? June 16-18
How much does it cost? $450
Who runs it? A staff of professionals, headed by former University of Washington Husky and NBA pro Steve Hawes. They understand your problem, and are proud they have the highest recidivism rate in the country.
What’s in it for me? Fun, for openers. It will get you out of town for a few days. You’ll get as much basketball as your fallen arches can stand, and you’ll meet lots of guys who share your symptoms.
Hoopaholics from 1st year at Camp Casey
Old School Hoopaholics