Basketball Training

The EEP basketball program is designed to give players everything they need to develop their game. EEP basketball combines all the proven teaching techniques and drills from our elite trainers, into a small-group format, allowing players the opportunity to receive intensive training. Each EEP basketball program consists of four workouts. Session size is limited to ensure proper instruction and plenty of repetitions.

Our custom-created drills are purposeful, innovative, challenging, game-like, and progressive in nature. These drills improve the player’s ball handling by increasing control and providing workouts the player can do on their own. These fundamentals, properly taught, allow players to compete successfully at the highest levels.


Basketball training is still open to register until June 1. Why work with us? Because this is one of the few trainings in the area that focuses on shooting form and game shots. Grow your game as an effective scorer to help your teams put points on the board. See below for times and grade levels (grade entering in 24-25 school year):

K-1st: Tuesdays/Wednesdays 5:00 PM (Bronson Elementary)

Elementary - Beginners (recommended for 2nd-3rd): Tuesdays/Thursdays 10:15 AM (Bronson Elementary)

Elementary Competitive (recommended for 4th-5th with at least two years of basketball experience): Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:00 AM (Lawton High School)

Advanced & High School Boys (recommended for 6th-12th): Mondays/Wednesdays 10:00 (Lawton High School - follows lifting)

Advanced & High School Girls (recommended for 6th-12th): Mondays/Wednesdays 10:45 (Lawton High School - follows lifting)

Please reach out with any questions about times as some elementary sessions can be flexible with age level.

Meet the Trainers

Kami (Kuhlmann) Busch

College: Kami Busch was a 2019 Northwestern College Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee. She graduated from Northwestern College in 2013 and earned NAIA second-team All-American honors in basketball in 2012. She was a member of three Red Raider national championship teams - in 2010, 2011, and 2012 - and was the national tournament MVP as a senior. She received all-Great Plains Athletic Conference recognition four years, averaging 14.4 points in her career, and was a two-time NAIA Scholar-Athlete. Busch is fifth in Northwestern's record book for career steals with 221, eighth in scoring with 2,028, and 12th in assists with 383. Busch also earned all-conference honors three years in softball, recorded a career batting average of .335, and was named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete in that sport as a junior and senior. 

High School: Kami played on two state tournament teams and was a starter on the Charter Oak-Ute Lady Bobcats' state championship squad in 2005. She averaged 20.4 points, 6.6 boards, 2.7 assists and 2.9 steals per game in 2007-08. She finished her high school career second on the school's all-time scoring chart with 1,801 points.

Current: Kami is currently teaching high school Spanish and coaching high school girls' basketball and middle school volleyball at Lawton-Bronson High School. 

Austin Lefler

College: Austin Lefler was a 2017 Briar Cliff University graduate and earned a GPAC All-Conference honor in basketball in 2014-2015. Austin is 36th all-time in scoring with 1,072, is 7th all-time in 3-pointers in a career with 237, and is 8th all-time in games player with 124. Lefler was an NAIA Scholar-Athlete in 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 while also being a two-time Academic All-American.

High School:  Austin was a 13-time letter winner for the Eagles of Lawton-Bronson High School (five in baseball, four in basketball and track)... as a freshman and sophomore, he was a first-team all-conference basketball and baseball selection... as a junior, he was a third-team all-state basketball selection and a second team all-state baseball selection... as a senior, he was a first-team all-state basketball and baseball selection. He was the Elks Club State Champ Free National Free Throw Competition. Austin is the Lawton-Bronson High School career 3 pt leader (250), all-time leading scorer (1876 pts), and career free throw leader (226 79%).

Current: Austin is currently teaching high school Mathematics and coaching high school track at Lawton-Bronson High School.