Bucharest hosted the biggest Bulut Hoops camp

Bucharest hosted the biggest Bulut Hoops camp

Bulut Hoops camp in Bucharest has been successfully completed and will be remembered as the biggest 3×3 camp so far, that was attended by more than 80 children. Dusan Bulut says that the impeccable organization of the event, a huge interest of young Romanian players for the camp and their passion for 3×3, left the biggest impression on him.

During three days, Bulut and his coaches Dusan Ignjatov and Danilo Lukic were teaching the participants of the camp to the same methods of training that he is practicing with his team Novi Sad Al Wahda, and that are specific for 3×3. One of the most respectable organizers in the world of 3×3, Sport Arena Streetball was the organizer of this camp in Bucharest, which was part of a CSR project supported by Kaufland Romania.

– My biggest impressions from Bucharest are the incredible organization of the event, a huge interest that children have expressed for this camp, this was the biggest Bulut Hoops so far. Location of the event was great, too. It is quite interesting to me that one supermarket chain has recognized what we are doing and invested money in this project, without any hidden motives and without wanting anything in return, just pure social responsibility at its best – says Bulut.

Children of different ages participated in this camp, and although their level of knowledge and talent varied, they all had the same passion for 3×3.

Participants under 14 years are really interesting, I think they have nice future if they continue to train and to work on those segments of the game that generations between 16 and 18 years lack because they are not enough educated about basketball. But those younger generations are really inspired with this sport, and you can clearly see the effect that Arena Sport Streetball Tour, that travels around Romania and organizes 3×3 tournaments, had on them and that is why these kids are different from older generations. I would also mention Romania U18 national team that also has an incredible passion for this sport, although they lack a little bit of quality compared to some other teams from Europe, but, for sure they have that something. They are the bright future of Romania when it comes to 3×3  – says number one 3×3 player in the world.

Bulut Hoops Bucharest – Day 1

🇬🇧️ A great first day at Bulut Hoops Bucharest, looking forward to the rest of the camp! 🇷🇸 ️Sjajn prvi dan na Bulut Hoopsu u Bukureštu. Nastavljamo u istom tempu!SPORT ARENA STREETBALL FIBA3x3 Red BullVideo by: Dusan Jocic

Posted by Dušan Domović Bulut on Friday, September 7, 2018


This was the fourth and the last Bulut Hoops camp in this year in which Dusan Bulut has made first steps on his mission to build his legacy and pass the knowledge onto young generations.

– I am very satisfied with what we achieved with Bulut Hoops this year and that we managed to put this idea into a reality. Through these events, we explored the best ways and systems for this camp in the future. Not only that we shared our knowledge with children, but we also learned a lot on this camps and no doubt that next year Bulut Hoops will be even better and more interesting for participants, although the system will be a bit different. We will try to make a global Bulut Hoops network and bring the best kids from all these camps to a special Bulut Hoops camp. The idea is that Bulut Hoops become the most recognizable professional 3×3 camp in Europe – Bulut announced.

Before Bucharest, Bulut Hoops camps were held in Jordan, Novi Sad and Amsterdam. For more information about future camps, check out section Hoops on our website.

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