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Crispin Basketball exists to help players of all ages and abilities play the game better and enjoy the game more. 






The Team


Erin Crispin

Erin Crispin

Erin Crispin is the owner and director of Crispin Basketball. Erin also acts as the administrator and runs the day-to-day operations of CB.

In high school, Erin was a volleyball player, all-state swimmer, and soccer player at Mechancisburg Area High School.  After high school…


Steve Crispin

Steve Crispin

Steve Crispin is the father of Joe and Jon Crispin and was their primary basketball influence growing up. He played High School basketball at Glassboro High School in New Jersey and scored 1450 points during his career (without the benefit of the three point line). He also led his team to a second place finish in the NJ Group 1 State…



Jon Crispin

Jon Crispin

Jon Crispin is the younger brother of Joe Crispin. He runs various camps, clinics and small workout groups.

Crispin attended his hometown Pitman High School from 1995 to 1999. He became a four-year starter on the varsity basketball team, two of which were alongside his older brother Joe.


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What to Call in 3-on-3?

I love the start of our 3-on-3 League in both the winter and the summer. More often than not, the kids have had either a long layoff from...

Comfort in Chaos before Great Execution

On the surface of our summer league, you may just see a bunch of kids running around at play.  That’s good, because it’s exactly what...

Summer #6 – Let Them Get Lost (And teach along the way)

Teaching through Free Play During my playing career, I often had to get settled into a new city and/or country. One of the most difficult...

Summer League – #5 – Encourage them to Shoot it!

In everything I write, I typically point out that if we want our kids to improve, they must have opportunities to stretch their...

Summer Leagues – #4 – 4-on-4 Teaching Points

This post is specific to our 4-on-4 and 5-on-5 (w/ shot clock) leagues, which typically involved players from Grades 5-9. Learning while...

Summer Leagues – #3 – 3-on-3 – Encourage the Dribble!

Developmentally, this post is specific to our younger players in 3-on-3. Grades 1-4. I find great joy in watching kids creatively and...

Summer League – #2 – Make More Decisions

The games you play shape you more than the drills you do.  It is not that the drills are unimportant. They are very important. I give...

Summer League – #1 – Experiment and Stretch (especially in the summer!)

I am excited to see kids engaging with the game in our summer leagues next week. With all the "quarantining" we have had, I know mine need...

Summer League – Our History

Thank you for signing your young player up for our Summer League. Our mission for these leagues is the same as it is for all our...

Finally Published – Offense Wins

Believe it or not, this book was more or less complete 6 years ago. I wrote it before I coached in order to remember how I thought as a...


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