Pat The Roc Basketball Skills Academy Venice Basketball League

Kids clinic hosted by PAT THE ROC at Venice Beach Basketball Court on Sunday August 21st from 9AM to 1PM.

  • 9am to 10.30am camp
  • 10.30am to 1pm competition games (Champions will earn Medals)
  • $50 includes the Event T-Shirt with the official 10 year anniversary signed basketball, Yoga and smoothie Class.

Scholarship available:

email at nick@veniceball.com your son or daughter letter, why they love the game? and what are they grateful for?

Don't miss out on this chance to learn from one of the best to ever do it @pattheroc - get your #handlesonice before you go back to school . . #vbl #pattheroc #anythingispossible #veniceball #gameneverstops #skillsacademy #bballcamp #venicebeach #kidsclinic
Don’t miss out on this chance to learn from one of the best to ever do it @pattheroc – get your #handlesonice before you go back to school
#vbl #pattheroc #anythingispossible #veniceball #gameneverstops #skillsacademy #bballcamp #venicebeach #kidsclinic

Patrick Robinson aka “Pat The Roc”  trains and works with some of the top NBA players from teams such as the Sacramento Kings, Los Angeles Lakers, and Washington Wizards to name a few. He also trains some of the top collegiate basketball players from the schools Maryland, Duke, Indiana, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Memphis, and George Mason to name a few. Pat’s legacy and story is an inspiration to many all over the world. His efforts to inspire people to believe “Anything is Possible” has brought him closer to his goal to change lives, one bounce at a time.

Pat was scouted by the renowned And1 mixtape tour in 2003 and began traveling the world displaying his dribbling ability. In 2004, he was featured on the ESPN television show “Streetball” and quickly became a fan favorite, earning the nickname “Pat The Roc”. Pat traveled the world with the “And1″ TV show for 5 years, and landed a character in the Playstation video game “And1 Streetballers”.

He went on to star in numerous commercials, including a CBS commercial with P. Diddy, another video game “NBA 2K”, movies-“The Cookout” and “Note To Self”, music videos with artists such as “Wale” and “Matt and Kim”, and 3 more TV shows, including a basketball reality show which aired on the largest sports network in China. Every year Pat was also invited to NBA all star weekend and Super Bowl weekend to play in A-listed celebrity basketball games with actors and athletes such as Bow Wow, Chris Brown, Nick Cannon, Floyd Mayweather, Terrell Owens, Jaimie Foxx, Justin Timberlake, and more.