With classes and exams over, it’s time for the Cats to eat, drink, and sleep basketball. Over the next few weeks, the players will enter the toughest stages of “Camp Cal,” a rigorous schedule of 7 a.m. workouts and up to three practices a day. To help them prepare, here’s a checklist of things they should bring to camp this week.
Outside voices – Campers are encouraged to communicate throughout the day, especially during team activities. Good communication leads to better teamwork, which leads to a more cohesive performance on the floor. Those who are particularly vocal will receive one gold star at the end of the day. (Five gold stars gets you a tupperware of brownies from Mrs. Cal). Note: this excludes muttering under your breath.
DO NOT BRING
Entertainment – No phones, laptops, Gameboys or iPads will be allowed at Camp Cal. In addition, anyone caught watching “Spongebob Squarepants” will be immediately removed from the building. Those who still have Twitter accounts will be asked to refrain from tweeting during camp hours.
Last week, Ryan Harrow won “Camper of the Week” after an impressive performance against Lipscomb. Who will step up this go around?