★ Five-Star Basketball ★

Notable Alums

MVPs

ALL-STARS

HALL OF FAMERS

Our lineage is our legacy. Five-Star traces its roots back to the summer of ’66, in the basketball backwaters of Niverville, New York, where three founders, six counselors, and 62 campers converged on an outdoor campground to feast on the finer fundamentals of basketball.

Since that defining moment in time, over 250,000 players and coaches have come through Five-Star’s camps and clinics, including many of the most seminal names in our sport’s history.

Notable Alumni

Mark Aguirre
Steve Alford
Rafer Alston
Tommy Amaker
Carmelo Anthony
Ron Artest
Thurl Bailey
Michael Beasley
Walter Berry
Len Bias
Jim Boeheim
Muggsy Bogues
Sam Bowie
Adrian Branch
Elton Brand
Hubie Brown
Jim Calhoun
John Calipari
Vince Carter
Sam Cassell
Rex Chapman
Dell Curry
Stephen Curry
Chuck Daly
Anthony Davis
Hubert Davis
Johnny Dawkins
Vinny Del Negro
Billy Donovan
Chris Duhon
Tim Duncan
Mike Dunleavy Jr.
Kevin Durant
Sean Elliott
Tyler Ennis
Tyreke Evans
Patrick Ewing
Gary Neal

Rick Fox
Steve Francis
Rudy Gay
Alvin Gentry
Armon Gilliam
Ben Gordon
Butch Graves
Sidney Green
Tom Gugliotta
Richard Hamilton
Tyler Hansbrough
Tobias Harris
Roy Hibbert
Grant Hill
Allan Houston
Bobby Hurley
Kyrie Irving
Mark Jackson
LeBron James
Perry Jones
Michael Jordan
Shawn Kemp
Billy King
Bob Knight
Brandon Knights
Brandon Knight
Mike Krzyzewski
Felipe Lopez
Christian Laettner
Doron Lamb
Tywon Lawson
Butch Lee
David Lee
Tim Legler
Reggie Lewis
Raymond Felton
Jabari Parker

George Lynch
Corey Maggette
Moses Malone
Stephon Marbury
Kendall Marshall
Kevin Martin
Jamal Mashburn
Tim McCormick
Dwayne McLain
Gary McLain
Brad Miller
Sean Miller
Paul Millsap
Chris Mooney
Alonzo Mourning
Chris Mullin
Troy Murphy
Joakim Noah
Lamar Odom
Mike O’Koren
Billy Owens
Jabari Parker
Chris Paul
Jim Paxson
John Paxson
Ed Pinckney
Rick Pitino
Harold Pressley
Kevin Pritchard
Jack Ramsay
Zach Randolph
J.R. Reid
John Roche
Jeff Ruland
John Salley
Dennis Scott
Danny Ferry
TJ Warren

Malik Sealy
Josh Selby
Bill Self
Phil Sellers
Scott Skiles
Nolan Smith
Jim Spanarkel
Rory Sparrow
Jerry Stackhouse
Nik Stauskas
Lance Stephenson
Brad Stevens
Rod Strickland
Sebastian Telfair
Isiah Thomas
Kelly Tripucka
Tarik Turner
Sam Vincent
Dick Vitale
Frank Vogel
Rasheed Wallace
Chris Washburn
Pearl Washington
Dwyane Wade
T.J. Warren
Shammgod Wells
David West
Derek Whittenburg
Dominique Wilkins
Boo Williams
Derrick Williams
Jay Williams
Monty Williams
Reggie Williams
Walt Williams
Bill Willoughby
Steve Wojciechowski
Anthony Davis

NBA All-Stars

  • Moses Malone, 1973 (12x All-Star)
  • Jim Paxson, 1974 (2x All-Star)
  • Jeff Ruland, 1976 & 1977 (2x All-Star)
  • Kiki Vandeweghe, 1976 (2x All-Star)
  • Mark Aguirre, 1977 (3x All-Star)
  • Kelly Tripucka, 1977 (2x All-Star)
  • Isiah Thomas, 1978 (12x All-Star)
  • Dominique Wilkins, 1978 (9x All-Star)
  • Patrick Ewing, 1979, 1980 (11x All-Star)
  • Michael Jordan, 1980 (14x All-Star)
  • Chris Mullin, 1980 (5x All-Star)
  • Mark Jackson, 1982 (1x All-Star)
  • Reggie Lewis, 1982 (1x All-Star)
  • Sean Elliot, 1984 (2x All-Star)
  • Shawn Kemp, 1986 (6x All-Star)
  • Allan Houston, 1986, 1987 & 1988 (2x All-Star)
  • Alonzo Mourning, 1987 (7x All-Star)
  • Grant Hill, 1988, 1989 (7x All-Star)
  • Jamal Mashburn, 1989 (1x All-Star)
  • Jerry Stackhouse, 1991 (2x All-Star)
  • Rasheed Wallace, 1991 & 1992 (4x All-Star)
  • Tim Duncan, 1992 (15x All-Star)
  • Stephon Marbury, 1992, 1993, 1994 (2x All-Star)
  • Vince Carter, 1993, 1994 (8x All-Star)
  • Steve Francis, 1995 (3x All-Star)
  • Richard Hamilton, 1995 (3x All-Star)
  • Ron Artest, 1996 (1x All-Star)
  • Elton Brand, 1996 (2x All-Star)
  • Zack Randolph, 1998 (2x All-Star)
  • David West, 1998 (2x All-Star)
  • Carmelo Anthony, 1999 (10x All-Star)
  • LeBron James, 2000 (13x All-Star)
  • David Lee, 2000 (2x All-Star)
  • Chris Paul, 2002 (9x All-Star)
  • Kyle Lowry, 2003 (3x All-Star)
  • Joakim Noah, 2003 (2x All-Star)
  • Kevin Durant, 2004 (8x All-Star)
  • Stephen Curry, 2005 (4x All-Star)
  • Kyrie Irving, 2008 (4x All-Star)
  • John Wall, 2008 (4x All-Star)
  • Anthony Davis, 2010 (4x All-Star)

Hall of Famers

Worked at Camp

  • John Calipari (HOF Class of 2015)
  • Chuck Daly (HOF Class of 1994)
  • Bob Hurley, Sr. (HOF Class of 2010)
  • Bob Knight (HOF Class of 1991)
  • Rick Pitino (HOF Class of 2013)

Played at Camp

  • Michael Jordan, 1980 (HOF Class of 2009)
  • Alonzo Mourning, 1987 (HOF Class of 2014)
  • Chris Mullin, 1980 (HOF Class of 2011)
  • Isiah Thomas, 1978 (HOF Class of 2000)
  • Dominique Wilkins, 1978 (HOF Class of 2006)

Lectured at Camp

  • Jim Boeheim (HOF Class of 2005)
  • Jim Calhoun (HOF Class of 2005)
  • Pete Carril (HOF Class of 1997)
  • Denny Crum (HOF Class of 1994)
  • Mike Krzyzewski (HOF Class of 2001)
  • Al McGuire (HOF Class of 1992)
  • Lute Olson (HOF Class of 2002)
  • Jack Ramsay (HOF Class of 1992)
  • Dean Smith (HOF Class of 1983)
  • Gary Williams (HOF Class of 2014)
  • Roy Williams (HOF Class of 2007)
  • Morgan Wootten (HOF Class of 2000)

NBA MVPS

  • Moses Malone, 1973 (NBA MVPs: 1979, 1981, 1982)
  • Michael Jordan, 1980 (NBA MVPs: 1988, 1991, 1996, 1998)
  • Tim Duncan, 1992 (NBA MVPs: 2002, 2003)
  • LeBron James, 2000 (NBA MVPs: 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013)
  • Kevin Durant, 2004 (NBA MVP: 2014)
  • Stephen Curry, 2005 (NBA MVPs: 2015, 2016)

Other Athletes

  • Cris Carter
  • Wayne Chrebet
  • Sam Clancy
  • Billy Cundiff
  • Delino DeShields
  • A.J. Feeley
  • Jay Fiedler
  • Tony Gonzalez
  • Jeff Graham
  • Brad Johnson
  • Tommy Polley
  • Darrelle Revis
  • Alex Rodriguez
  • Scott Rolen