Denver Nuggets Hanzlik Hoops Camp
Our Hanzlik Hoops Camp is the inaugural event the Gold Crown Foundation hosted, and has now grown into one of the most successful girls and boys basketball camps in the Denver Metro Area. Divided into multiple sessions, the daily schedule is fast paced with approximately one hour of fundamentals and drills, 30 minutes of contests for prizes and 90 minutes of games in a league format. Coaches place players on teams based on height and ability in order to help balance camp competition. In addition to daily games, there will also be an all camp tournament the final day of camp. All sessions will take place at the six-court Gold Crown Field House, Colorado’s Premier Youth Basketball Facility. Campers should come ready to work, as we keep them moving throughout the day. Each camper that attends will also win at least one prize throughout the week!
AM Sessions – $130 per camper
*Coming both weeks? Contact our office for a discount!
Afternoon/PM Sessions – $155 per camper
*Have a kid coming each week, contact our office for a friends and family discount!*
Grab a friend and save with our Buddy Pass! Register 2 kids for $260, and each save $25.
Note: A limited number of Buddy Pass Registrations are available, reserve your spot before we run out!
Bill Hanzlik Bio
Bill Hanzlik has enjoyed a long and successful career in basketball. After a standout career at Notre Dame, which included an appearance in the 1978 NCAA Final Four, Hanzlik was a No. 1 draft pick of the Seattle SuperSonics, who would later trade him to Denver. Prior to entering the NBA, he was a member of the 1980 U.S. Men’s Olympic team. In his nine seasons with the Nuggets he made the NBA Playoffs seven times and won the Midwest Division Championship twice. After retiring as a player in 1991, Hanzlik became an Assistant Coach with the Charlotte Hornets and the Atlanta Hawks before serving as the Nuggets’ Head Coach in 1997-98. He now serves as the full-time Co-Founder and CEO of the Gold Crown Foundation in Denver and an analyst for Denver Nuggets TV broadcasts. He was inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame in 2004 for his playing career and contributions to the Colorado sports community.
Dates, Times and Sessions
Week 1: July 10 – 14
Session 1 – 10am – 12pm: COED Grades 2nd – 4th
Session 2 – 1pm – 4pm: Boys Grades 4th – 6th
Session 3 – 5pm – 8pm: Boys Grades 7th – 9th
Week 2: July 17 – 21
Session 4 – 10am – 12pm: COED grades 2nd – 4th
Session 5 – 1pm – 4pm: Girls Grades 4th – 6th
Session 6 – 1pm – 4pm: Girls Grades 7th – 9th