The overseas journey of British pro Ashley Hamilton!
Our player feature this week is on Ashley Hamilton, a 28 year-old British professional player who this past season suited up for Lavrio of the A1 Greek Basketball League. Ashley has extensive professional experience in Spain, Italy, Greece, Ukraine and Lebanon, as well as the USA where he attended Loyola Marymount University and competed in […]
Playing Professionally in Europe
For many basketball players both young and old, the idea of being paid to play basketball as a profession is a lifelong dream that takes an incredible amount of hard work, sacrifice, ability and luck to fulfil. For those that truly love the game, the ability to play day in and day out as a […]
Fundraising for your Basketball Tour
While our BTM Tours are very reasonably priced considering the immense value they offer, we know that sometimes a little extra financial support can help go a long way towards the overall cost of the tour. Fundraising projects can be very rewarding for a team not only in achieving financial goals, but bringing the group […]
5 Benefits of European Basketball Tours
Touring the basketball world has a significant number of benefits for all members of the visiting group, from the players, to coaching staff and parents. We have narrowed down the list of benefits to 5 key reasons why your team should visit one of our European destinations! Development of Innovative Basketball Skills While Kobe Bryant […]
Madrid Basketball Tour with Russell Hoops
In July BTM Basketball welcomed Russell Hoops, a basketball organization from Hertfordshire, UK, to our Madrid location for a post-season tour and experience of a lifetime. We hosted Russell Hoops with our partner club Tres Cantos for 5 days, during which the visitors learned new skills, competed against talented players from the Madrid region and […]
Madrid and Texas: Player Pathways
The developmental pathway in Spanish clubs, such as in esteemed clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona varies hugely from the developmental model in the United States.
Texas to London: The structural differences
There are distinct differences in the way that junior basketball is structured in the USA in comparison to the UK, which leads to more variety and ultimately success in the development of American basketball.
London to Texas: High School Basketball
After relocating to Dallas, Texas last year I have had the opportunity to become involved in the American youth basketball system by establishing networks within public and primary schools. I am in awe of the sports culture in the USA and have now fully comprehended how far the U.K is behind this country in its […]