For information about Basketball Programs, please email Ronnie@RADDSports.com
Please join us for our multi-sport tournament Halloween Hullabaloo from 12:00-4:00pm on Saturday, October 31. There will be fun kid’s Halloween activities in our lobby from 2:00-4:30pm. Click below to register for Basketball.
Ages 5 through 16
Our RADDSports basketball program will help athletes at all levels become better basketball players. Through evaluations, individual/group training, and position specific training we have an opportunity for every age and every level. We push athletes to learn new skills, grow in their strengths, and find a passion to work hard through our training programs. Our Coaching Team is made up of former high-level players, as well as current coaches throughout the Tampa Bay area.
Committed players looking to improve their overall knowledge and mastery of the game. Build Strength and establish building blocks for overall basketball skills. Improve on game and positional concepts.
Youth skills development with games
Youth skills development with games
Registration opens November 9th
Evaluations for new players will be on Dec 8th and 10th
5:30 – ages 5-10
6:45 – ages 11-16
Season begins Jan 5th and ends Feb 25th
Tuesday and Thursday
5:30 – Ages 5-7 and 8-10
6:45 – Ages 11-13 and 14-16
$225.00 (includes t-shirt and a reversible RADD jersey.
The RAADSports Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus 98,000 square-foot complex is home to 8 regulation hardwood basketball courts. Church teams, industrial teams, and open teams are welcome to play! All games are conducted in a first class, organized, and well-officiated manner.
Winter season starts Jan 6th
Registration opens December 1st.
Games will be on Wednesday at 6:30pm , 7:30pm , 8:30pm , 9:30pm
7 game regular season, single elimination playoff
There are four divisions (each with 8 teams)
A (high level ex-college and pro players)
35 and over
6ft and under
There will be $5.00 entry fee for all spectators
$650 per team,
Free agent (players without a team) $100.00
|as of Oct. 17,2020|
|6ft and Under||Open|
|1||Real G||1||Run N’Gun|
|2||It’s Up||2||The Squad|
|3||X-Wasted Men||3||Dub C Hoops|
|5||Black Mamba||5||Toon Squad|
|6||Built Different||6||Rain Control|
|35 and Over||9||Duncan Donuts|
|1||Better Late Than Never||11||Monstars|
|2||Shut Em’ Down||12||Ice Tropics|
|3||RBL-Revival||13||Scooby Doo Bop|
Weekly skills individual/group training, and position specific training we have an opportunity for every age and every level. One on one and small groups training sessions.
We also offer:
Basketball Clinics: Ongoing clinics help you stay sharp.
Individual Training: One-on-one intensive training with coaches by appointment.
Group Training: Hone your skills while training with your peers, available by appointment. College and professional trainers are brought in for special clinics.
Basketball Director – Ronnie Outen
Ronnie Outen was a two-time Junior College All-American who transferred to and played for Division I-A West Virginia University in Morgantown.
After graduating from WVU, he started his professional basketball career in Malta in 1993, where he led the league in scoring. The next year, he signed a two-year contract to play in Montepastore, Italy, and in 1996, played for the Newcastle Lions in England,and followed that by playing for the Yakima Sun kings in the Continental Basketball Assn. (CBA) before being released and finishing out the 1997 season with Champville in the country of Lebanon.
Ronnie continued his career in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1998, where he won a Swedish league championship, and played the final three years of his career back in Lebanon, where he led the league in scoring one season and won a Lebanese league title with Kharaba Zouk.
He retired from competitive basketball in 2002 and moved to Florida, where he spent several years as a stay-at-home dad before becoming a Realtor with Buyer Resource Realty in 2005 and with Hoffman and Hoffman Realty in Tampa.
Ronnie became a substitute teacher in Hillsborough County Schools in 2006, where he began coaching in the New Tampa area, first at Liberty Middle School and then as an assistant coach at Freedom High. He then was offered a full-time position at Bartels K-8 School, where he became the head basketball coach in 2010. He continued teaching at both Barrels and then at Wharton High until 2013, when he moved to Boston to further his son’s hockey career.
While in Boston, Ronnie mentored several young men in the suburb of Worcester and became a personal basketball trainer until he returned to the Tampa Bay area, when he began working at Advent Health Center Ice.
Ronnie is excited to join the team at the Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus of Pasco County as Director of Basketball and to continue to help young athletes grow as people and basketball players.