Please note that we require ALL players must be signed in prior to attending any of the sessions listed in our schedule. Below is a short list of what we offer at our facility.
- 1:1 Private Training
- Shooting Machine Rental
- Small Group Training
- 3-v-3 Train & Play
- Develup 5-v-5 Teams
- Off-Site Programming
Players trained in the tri-state area
Over 20 players have professional playing experience on a variety of levels
Over 60 players have gone on to play at the collegiate level
Years of combined training and coaching experience from our staff
3-V-3 TRAIN & PLAY
Our 3-v-3 Train & Play Program provides an opportunity for players to experience the freedom of applying skills they are taught directly into competitive play. Using our continuity based model, players experience the thrills of gaining more touches on the basketball, increased involvement in possessions on the offensive and defensive side of the ball, freedom of movement and space on the floor, enjoyment of high level, organized basketball, among so many more valuable skills that are often overlooked in 5-v-5 settings.
"The basketball training that Rossetti Basketball provides is excellent. My son has been training at Rossetti Basketball for the past few months and I'm beginning to see the progression of basketball skills and confidence. I feel my son has become more aggressive because his confidence in applying skills has increased tremendously. Your philosophy, the way you go about your teaching is what sets you apart from other training organizations. Strong foundation, advanced skills, basketball intelligence, application in a competitive setting, among so many more. Keep up the exceptional training, if only my generation had this growing up!"
"Rossetti Basketball is the most comprehensive form of skills training that is currently available for players that want to continuously improve their game. Michael Rossetti and his staff are constantly introducing and implementing new skills that allow their players to improve all facets of their game. As a parent, the growth my son has displayed as a player in the past year and a half, has been evident in his quick acquisition of skills and his ability to translate those skills to successful game play. My only regret is that I did not start him at Rossetti Basketball earlier in his playing career."