Welcome to PV Cagers Basketball

founded in 2007 - best program in the south bay

PV Cagers

Palos Verdes Basketball Club

Led by Head coach Mark Coffman, who brings over 25 years of professional and division one college coaching experience, the Cagers embody hard work, discipline, a winning mindset.

Located on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the South Bay, the goal of Cager Basketball is to prepare players for high school basketball. Our focus is to teach the correct fundamentals and improve basketball IQ. Individual success is based on team play and understanding of team concepts. Tall kids do not simply stand under the basket and shoot layups. All players are held accountable to learn multiple positions, as well as be able to function at those spots. This allows Cager players to excel in any system that a coach may choose to utilize.

Not just another Club

Passion & Expertise

Our coaches have combined over 60 years of experience in coaching youth basketball players up to Division 1 coaching.

Excellent Rating

The kids love coming to practice and most stay with the club until 8th grade. Multiple kids from our club continues to play in High School each year.

Girls Program

As of April 2022 we offer a girls program, the only one in the area. It has grown exponentially with 5 tournament ages.

Programs

Competitive (tournament)

The Cagers Competitive program is for the players who know the basics of the game already and want to push their game even further. With our professional and experienced coaching staff, the players get the fundamentals to move on to High School basketball.

Development Program

The Cagers Development program is open to players of all levels who are looking to develop their game and skills. If they wish to further sharpen the fundamentals this is the place to be.

“Individual success is based on team play and understanding of team concepts.”

coach Mark Coffman

Girls Program

After many years of growing interest of girls team, Cagers hired coach Dan Rho (Varsity girls head coach at PVHS) to develop our girls program. 

Since our first practice in April 2022 we have seen a tremendous growth. We started with a small group of 3rd graders and is now up to 6 teams.