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10,000 Shot Club

Blaine Youth Basketball - Boys

10,000 Shot Club
For all Boys entering grades 3-9
May - August 31, 2020

New for 2020 - Digital Shot Tracking & Stats

This program is free for boys players from the 2019-2020 season.  


Login and enter shots attempted and shots MADE on our tracking program at  Stats and percentages are automatically shown to allow quick analysis of workouts.

In addition to tracking performance, the platform will also feature monthly shooting tips courtesy of the Minnesota Timberwolves/Lynx Academy.  

Way to go Blaine Youth Basketball - our group has over 32,000 MADE shots recorded through June 29!  Keep working and keep recording!

The start of a new month is a great time to reassess your goals and determine how many shots per day you should be making to reach your 10K Shot Club Goal!

Stats as of August 3, 2020

Player Name Shots Made
Gavin Weir 7709
Gavin Olson 7491
Gavin Krenz  7273
Wesley 7049
Riley Phelps 5981
Ryan 4631
Carter Kopp 3882
Elijah Kopp 2836
Noah Carlson 1577
Ian Busch 1520
Chet Rekucki 903
Pierce Monahan 792
Eli Voegele 621
Isaac Carlson 517

To 3th-8th Grade Bengal Youth Boys Basketball Players:

After each basketball season, we will be challenging players to join our 10,000 shot club.     To become a member of our 10,000 shot club, you will need to take and record 10,000 MADE basketball game shots during the time period of this program.    Recording your attempts and makes gives you the opportunity to see if you are improving your efficiency.

 When shooting:

  • Write down long term goals- ex. Out of my 10,000 made shots, I will Make 500 FT’s, 40% from 3 point area, etc.
  • Set a daily goal- ex. 50 Free Throws, 25 made 3’s, 25 Post moves, etc. and record them.
  • Use the correct form when taking your shots -- 100 quality shots is better than 1000 sloppy shots!
    • Eye on Target
    • Stance and Balance- Square up
    • Shot pocket
    • Grip
    • Balance Hand
    • Delivery
    • High release
    • Follow through
  • Shoot a variety of shots-  Always start closer to the basket where you are most comfortable and move out when ready!
  • Go full (game) speed- maximize your shooting session.
  • Enjoy the process!  The results will come.


“It is easy to be average, it takes work to be great! “   

Be Great everyday!

-Coach Mark Arzdorf- Blaine Varsity Basketball coach