#MakeShots

Relationships & Results

You can become a pure shooter with the right mindset, mechanics, and road map

#MakeShots

At MakeShots, we build relationships with players, parents, and coaches because we believe a supportive community is key to success. We also have a comprehensive approach to instruction, which includes the mental and mechanical aspects of shotmaking.

MakeShots Basketball | Group Session

Programs

  • Training

    1-on-1, group, team and virtual

  • Camps

    Individual player and team camps

  • MakeShots U

    Individual college player and team development

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Players

Since 2018, we have had the privilege of helping thousands of basketball players become better shooters, from high school to college to pro — our commitment is to always deliver exceptional shooting instruction.

MakeShots | Michigan Basketball Training
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Teams

We are proud to have collaborated with over 70 high school teams across Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana, as well as 3 collegiate programs, including the Michigan State Women’s Basketball team.

Michigan State University Women's Basketball Team | MakeShots

Credit: Jack Patton

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Recruits

Over 150 MakeShots alumni have gone on to play college basketball at the D1, D2, D3, NAIA, and JuCo levels throughout the country. Their individual success is a testament to their commitment, as well as to the quality and effectiveness of our approach.

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POY Award Finalists

We’ve been fortunate enough to work with four finalists for the
Mick McCabe Miss Basketball Award, given annually to the top senior in the state of Michigan. Congratulations to Jillian Brown (2021), Theryn Hallock (2022), Macy Brown (2023), and Lily Zeinstra (2024).

Macy Brown Miss Michigan Basketball

Photographed: Macy Brown; Credit: Detroit Free Press

Relationships & Results

We treat players, parents, and coaches with the utmost respect, ensuring a positive and supportive environment for all members of our community. In recent years, 6 athletes we’ve trained have ranked among the top three-point and free throw shooters in the state of Michigan at the high school level, and another has earned a place among the top 25 shooters in the country for Division 1.