Minneapolis, Minnesota, It’s the same no matter what the level – NBA Playoffs, the Final Four, or the Minnesota State Basketball Tournament. Every year you see a lot of the same basketball coaches and the same teams. The only difference is the players just keep getting better and better.
Airborne Athletics, Inc. is a local training equipment company that helps the best keep getting better and growing programs get their game up to speed. Coaches have always pushed their players to be better shooters, passers, and rebounders, but there was no one basketball training program or machine that could help them. Airborne has created the Dr. Dish™, the on-the-court basketball drill machine that delivers over 1200 balls per hour to help players increase their basketball shooting percentage, pull down more rebounds, and maintain better ball control!
Flip Saunders, Coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves, said, "I’ve used other training equipment . . . Dr. Dish is the best!" While other basketball training devices focus on just one aspect of the game, Dr. Dish is the first basketball coaching drill machine that can be used as a rebounder, a passer, and a shooter from anywhere on the court to create game-like training situations.
"We developed the Dr. Dish because we saw a need for a basketball drill machine that could add value and improve skills quickly," said Doug Campbell, President of Airborne Athletics. He continued, "Coaches kept telling us they were looking for a "drill machine" that could be used in every practice and for independent training." Airborne was able to exceed the expectations of coaches and players by utilizing their patented Consistent Air Technology which Airborne had previously used to create the AirCAT Volleyball Training Machine.
The reaction to the Dr. Dish basketball shooter since it was introduced in April of 2003 has been astounding. NBA and NCCA powerhouses such as the Minnesota Timberwolves, USC, University of Iowa, University of Wisconsin, and University of North Carolina are all recent Dr. Dish customers. Metro high schools such as Minneapolis Patrick Henry, Stillwater, Blaine and Eden Prairie are also owners of the Dr. Dish basketball training machine. Outstate high schools such as Fosston and Marshall have purchased the Dr. Dish, proving that schools don’t need to be large or in the Metro area to be dedicated to improving their basketball program.
For more information on the Dr. Dish basketball shooting equipment, to arrange an interview with local coaches, or to arrange a time to test your skills against the Dr. Dish, contact Airborne Athletics at 1-888-507-4668 or contact us
Posted on Mon, September 24, 2012