Hoops4Health is proud to celebrate its 10 Year Anniversary with special guest Ryan Arcidiacono of the Chicago Bulls. The clinic will feature Ryan's favorite drills, a Q&A, as well as photos, autographs, healthy food pizza party, and a special memorabilia piece raffle. Some lucky kids will get to do a little one on one with the special guest as well. It has been an honor being a part of the community and working with so many great kids and parents. We will be celebrating 10 Years by putting on a one of a kind clinic! All campers will receive a custom T-Shirt and get a picture and autograph with the guest.
Since 2010 Hoops4Health has and continues to provide excellence in teaching youth the fundamentals of basketball. Serving the North Shore & Chicago Metropolitan Area. FLIER
Ryan Arcidiacono grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and attended Neshaminy High School. He averaged 20.4 points and 5.6 rebounds per game as a junior to lead Neshaminy to the PIAA playoffs. As a freshman at Villanova, he was named to the Big East Conference All-Rookie Team. Arcidiacono, as a junior, was co-winner of the conference's Player of the Year award. As part of Villanova's 2016 National Championship team, Arcidiacono was awarded the Most Outstanding Player award and assisted on the game-winning basket to Kris Jenkins as time expired in the National Championship. He averages 12.5ppg, 4.5 apg, and 3rpg while shooting close to 40% from the 3 point line.
After going undrafted Ryans determination did not stop one bit. He worked his way through the G-League and playing overseas to completing his dream of making it to the NBA! He now plays a big role with the Chicago Bulls.
NCAA champion (2016)
NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2016)
Big East Co-Player of the Year (2015)
First-team All-Big East (2015)
2× Second-team All-Big East (2014, 2016)
Big East All-Rookie Team (2013)
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