Our Mission

DC Assault . is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing young athletes (ages 8-17) with the opportunity to develop their basketball talents while fostering sportsmanship, leadership in the community and academic excellence.

Opening Hours

Monday: 9pm to 5pm
Tuesday: 9pm to 5pm
Wednesday: 9pm to 5pm
Thursday: 9pm to 5pm
Friday: 9pm to 5pm
Saturday: 9pm to 5pm
Sunday: 9pm to 5pm

Weekend Workouts

Each weekend Chris Cole holds training sessions at local Prince George's County High Schools. These trainings are for players of all ages to come and improve there game. Also, there will be guest coaches such as Eddie Jordan, former Head Coach of the Washington Wizards and Philadelphia 76ers. Check the training schedule for specific times and locations.

Teen Acne & Pimples: Your Complete Guide

Teen acne or pimple is a skin condition causing breakouts on the face, back, and chest, which is caused by inflammation of hair follicles and oil glands. For teen boys and girls, there are challenges around many things, include school, social issues and dating. Have you ever cancelled plans because you lack confidence? If you’re […]

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The Importance of Including a Steady Exercise Routine in a Program of Overall Good Health for Children

We have talked extensively about technology in this series, even going as far as to predict a good self-lifting floor jack. However, when we discuss the advances in technology, there is an ugly side to the benefits that new technology provides. As this technology makes the lives of everyday, ordinary citizens a little bit more […]

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An Overview of a Rare Occurrence in Children: Varicose Veins Occurring either in Early Childhood or from Birth

Most individuals in society could point out the unsightly, embarrassing condition known as varicose veins (or varicosity) on their legs or the legs of someone they know. The same population probably has some idea of what causes this condition. That is, small, superficial veins in the upper layer of the dermis and epidermis can become […]

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The Importance of Learning Trades, Such as Woodworking, Early in Life

When raising children in a world where anything and everything is available to even the youngest children with the click of a mouse or the tap of a tablet screen, it is important to make sure that this next generation of citizens enters into the world as young adults with the knowledge and training of […]

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Defensive Tactics in Muay Thai For Kids

The foot jab is used mainly in muay thai as a form of defense by itself but if you can’t get through this wall of protection then you can’t get close enough to score or do damage. So you have to learn how to defend against this defense. The muay thai foot jab is a […]

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5 Great Youth Basketball Drills You Have to Practice

The practice can be a difficult time for every new basketball coach, especially if you are a volunteer or a coach for the first time. The children look at you as if you are aware of Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, LeBron James and Larry Bird (Well, perhaps, was not Larry Bird ;! Turn before his […]

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What Causes Pain in The Front of The Knee

Anterior knee pain, patellofemoral pain, retropatella pain or any of the other common names for pain in the front of your knee are not diagnoses in themselves. The most important step in finding a cure for the pain in the front if your knee then is to figure out what is actually causing the problem. […]

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Six Things Every Player Should Expect from their Coach

Thanks to Coach Creighton Burns for this list of Six Things Every Kid Should Expect from their Coach. 1. Be demanding– Expect great things from me. I’ll come up to them if I think you feel I can make it. Stretch me. Demand that I be respectful, neat, thorough, and punctual. Do not allow me […]

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What’s New in the Assault Family Blog

Welcome to the Assault Family Blog!   We have launched this new website with lots of new features to better serve all of the participants, families, and supporters of DC Assault. There are a number of ways through this new site, that you can keep up with the current players in our program, as well […]

Read More » | January 6, 2016 | Category: Blogs | Comments: none


Psychology & Shooting

Everybody practices how to shoot, but very rarely is the psychology of when to shoot discussed. This week lets try and focus on taking good shots. Before taking a shot there should be four things you take into quick consideration.   1. Do you have good balance: Your balance usually takes place in the last […]

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