Coaches Testimonials

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What COACHES are saying….
Bill Napolitano has spent a lifetime involved in basketball. He emphasizes fundamentals and skill development. His ability to teach and coach the game will improve and enhance your game.
Pat Calachy – Mt St Joe HS.
Coach Napolitano is an excellent teacher of the game of basketball. He stresses fundamentals, is an excellent tactician, and builds positive relationships with his players. He has been a valuable resource for me during my coaching career.
Scott Robinson – Howard HS. Howard County Boys Coach of the Year and Howard County Girls Coach of the Year..
One of the benefits of my longtime involvement in basketball is that it has allowed me to meet a lot of great coaches like Coach Nap. When I watch his teams play, I can see that he has instilled in them not only his knowledge of the game but also his passion for the game. He is the type of coach I would want my own son to play for.
Neal Murphy – Program Director Five-Star Basketball Assistant Coach DeMatha High School (1985-2007).
I have known Bill Nap for several years now. While we have been fierce competitors, we have also become friends and admirers of each others body work in coaching AAU Basketball. When I think of Bill, these four words come to mind competent, sincere,reliable,trustworthy —- qualities that had led to his success.
Coach Nate Britt – DC Assault 2005-11.
I’ve known Billy Napolitano for over 35 years, played with and against him for the last eleven and watched his youth teams play as recently as a month ago. In terms of having a firm grasp of what skill sets players require to improve individually and then getting players to incorporate those individual skill sets into a team concept and play “the right way,” I can think of few who are more able or qualified than Billy Napolitano.
Brian Magid – Paint Branch HS Coach High School All American, NBA draft pick UMD, GW University, 1975 – 80.