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Nike All-Girls "Top Talent" Basketball Camp Victoria

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Nike Basketball Camp Victoria is hosting an All Girls "Top Talent" Camp designed to challenge the competitive, experienced basketball player. This camp offers an intensive curriculum in order to expose the athlete to competitive basketball. In partnership with Flight Basketball, the camp is scheduled to run July 17-21, 2023.

The camp is designed to maximize the athlete’s potential in all aspects of the game of basketball. The camp will consist of individual skills development, basketball discussions, small-sided/ 5 on 5 tournaments, team concepts and play, and much more. Campers will be led by a team of experienced, qualified coaches, alongside college and university guest coaches and will receive official Nike Sports Camps giveaways!

  • Training form Elite level coaches
  • 30+ hours of quality instructions
  • Nike Basketball Camp T-shirt
  • Fundamental basketball skill work, games, and competitions


Jason Knight
Camp Director

My name is Jason Knight, and I have been coaching basketball for 23 years and playing for 30 years. I learned early on in my high school career after a knee injury would redirect my athletic career, that coaching was my passion. I grew to appreciate the complexities of the game by being mentored by BC High School Sports Hall of Fame coach Greg Leino. I began coaching the grade 8 boys’ team at Delta Secondary School and led that team to the district final as a junior. Many of my players have gone on to play professionally all over the world. I have since coached for Canada Basketball, Basketball BC, Toronto Raptors Youth programs, including NBA Canada’s World Basketball outreach program. I have assisted with the Raptors Training Camps 2017 and 2018 as a shooting coach working with Toronto Raptors and Raptors 905 players. My work with NBA Canada led to me being contacted by former Raptor Danny Green to assist with running his two day camp of just over 200 campers. This was the largest basketball camp run in BC to date. I most recently was Director of Coaching for the South Delta Basketball Association, responsible for developing young and new coaches. As strategic director of their club program, SDBA became the largest youth basketball program in the Lower Mainland with over 550 players. Our U16 and U13 boy’s teams have won numerous local club tournaments. I am Learn to Train Certified and Train to Train trained with Canada Basketball. Representing Vancouver Coastal, my 2018 BC Summer Games U14 girls finished 4th. With my move to Vancouver Island, I will continue to support the growth of basketball through my affiliation with Flight Basketball. I specialize in in-game strategy, elite skill development, and basketball decision making, with a focus on the alignment with the Long Term Athlete Development model established by Canada Basketball. I look forward to working with the athlete on their pursuit of excellence.

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Lauren Yearwood

Lauren is a highly accomplished basketball coach and former player passionate about teaching and inspiring young athletes. Born and raised in Victoria, she attended Oak Bay High School, where she excelled academically and athletically. During high school, Lauren played for the BC Provincial team for four years, medaling at two National Championships and the Canada Summer Games. She also played for the Cadette/Junior Canadian National team for three years, representing her country at the FIBA Americas tournament and two World Championships.

After graduating high school, Lauren began her collegiate basketball career at the University of Oregon Ducks. During her two years with the team, she helped lead them to an Elite Eight appearance, cementing her reputation as a skilled and dedicated athlete. Lauren then transferred to Santa Clara University, where she spent the next three years playing for the Broncos.

Throughout her collegiate career, Lauren demonstrated a deep commitment to excellence on and off the court. She was a dedicated student and athlete, earning academic honours and significantly contributing to her teams. Her passion for basketball and ability to inspire others was evident throughout her playing career and have continued to be a driving force in her coaching career.

After completing her undergraduate degree, Lauren moved to Vancouver and began coaching with Split Second Basketball. She quickly established herself as a highly effective coach, working with young athletes at various levels and helping them develop their skills and confidence on the court. She also assisted the UBC women's basketball team during the 2021-22 season, further enhancing her coaching skills and experience.

Currently, Lauren is pursuing a career in medicine in Victoria but continues to be an active member of the basketball community. She is passionate about coaching young women in the community and is committed to helping them develop their skills, confidence, and love for the game. Her dedication, hard work, and passion for basketball inspire all who know her, and she will continue making a positive impact in the years to come.

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Chelsea Espenberg

Chelsea is a talented athlete and coach passionate about basketball and athletic therapy. She recently completed an impressive six-year journey playing post-secondary basketball at the University of Winnipeg and Camosun College, while also studying Athletic Therapy.

Originally from Kelowna, Chelsea has always had a love for sports, and basketball in particular. She grew up playing on various teams and honing her skills on the court. As she continued to develop her abilities, she also became interested in Athletic Therapy, wanting to learn more about the human body and how to prevent and treat injuries in athletes.

During her time at university and college, Chelsea was not only a standout player on the basketball team but also excelled in her studies, earning a degree in Athletic Therapy. Her dedication and hard work on and off the court have helped her become a well-rounded athlete and professional.

Since moving to Victoria, Chelsea has continued to pursue her passion for basketball by coaching with Flight. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and skills with young athletes and helping them develop their abilities on the court. She is excited to continue coaching with the team this season and looks forward to helping them achieve their goals.

Chelsea is a driven and talented individual with a solid commitment to basketball. Her achievements as a player and a coach are a testament to her hard work and dedication, and she will continue making a positive impact in the world of sports.

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Chloe Scaber

Chloe Scaber is a talented athlete and coach who has made a name for herself in the world of basketball. Born and raised in Victoria, Chloe stood out at Claremont Secondary School before continuing her basketball career at Camosun College. After two successful seasons, Chloe transferred to Vancouver Island University (VIU) in 2020, where she has continued to thrive on the court.

Chloe's success as a player has not gone unnoticed. In the 2021 season, she helped lead the VIU Mariners to the CCAA National Championship title, where she was named Finals MVP. Her hard work, dedication, and passion for the game have helped her succeed at the post-secondary level.

But Chloe's love for basketball extends beyond playing the game. She has been coaching in Victoria for several years, sharing her knowledge and skills with young athletes in the community. Her coaching experience includes working with various levels and ages, from grassroots to high school. She is passionate about helping athletes develop their skills and reach their potential on and off the court.

As part of the NIKE Top Talent Camp coaching staff, Chloe brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the program. Her ability to connect with young athletes and share her knowledge of the game is invaluable, and she is dedicated to helping each player improve and succeed.

Overall, Chloe Scaber is a talented coach and athlete who positively impacts the basketball community. Her dedication, hard work, and passion for the game inspire young athletes and coaches alike.

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Dates & Prices


Date: July 17 - July 21, 2023

Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Age Groups: 14-17 and 18-19

Cost: Invite Only


Pacific Christian School

‍654 Agnes St

Victoria, BC V8Z 2E6

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Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability.


A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, camp specifics, and a list of things to bring, will be emailed to all campers prior to their camp date. If you have any questions/inquiries please email 


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