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.

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

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 […]

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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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Are you paying attention to detail?

Everybody works on their game what sets you apart.? Do you just work on your shot or do you work on your shot preparation as well? Do you just work on your one on one moves? or do you work on your explosion after the move and the space needed to get your shot off? […]

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