Professional Player Development Coach and Seattle’s own Martin Anderson hosted and helped lead this incredible 2-day event! Martin was joined by International Player Development Coaches Bob Willett and Nolan Willett. This elite team of trainers brought their unmatched energy and knowledge to the entire weekend.

50+ Athletes from Seattle and surrounding areas were in attendance and proudly rocking the Deuce gear. This was the cities 2nd Deuce Elite Camp within the past year and every athlete brought their Underdog Mentality with them! This weekend also featured the unveiling of the Seattle Edition Deuce Vibe Shorts that were worn by the three lead Trainers.


The camp focused on elite skill work and in game development that allowed the players to take what they learned and immediately translate it into their games. Players were quoted that this was the best basketball camp that they have ever attended.

“We are already scheduling a 3rd Deuce Elite Camp in Seattle as our players out here are demanding it!” says Coach Martin.

Martin Anderson Bio:
Renowned elite player development coach. Martin's purpose is to impact as many athletes as he can through the game of basketball. He played professional basketball for four seasons overseas in Europe, North America and South America before back injuries ended his playing career early. Through a short stint as a player development coach in the National Basketball League of Canada he discovered his passion for coaching and decided to commit to training athletes full time. Martin has since worked with athletes in the NBA, WNBA, FIBA, NCAA D1, NCAA D2, NCAA D3, NAIA, JUCO, High School, Middle School, and Youth all over the world. He has created life long relationships with many elite people within the basketball world such as Phil Handy (LA Lakers Assistant Coach), The Seattle Storm (WNBA) and numerous players in the NBA, WNBA. Martin has a strong love for people , and he cares about every single player that he works with. He creates a family atmosphere and understands that caring for people is far more important than anything else.


June 08, 2023

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