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AAU Club Teams


11u Black and Blue


10u Black


11u Black

12U Black & Blue


OC Select 13U Elite, Black and Red


OC Select 14U Elite, Black and Red


OC Select 16U Elite & Red

16U Squad

OC Select 17U Elite & Select

17U Squad


* Players (Team or Training) – We ask that each player bring a ball to every session.

* AAU Basketball Requirements to participate in any OC Select Sanctioned Practices, Game or Training:

Membership good for One year – All members of OC Select Basketball must have a valid and updated AAU membership. You can register online at: http://www.aausports.org/JoinNow.aspxPlease remember to enter our club code which is WWEY8C. All basketball players who participate in any of our on court programs are required to sign up for the $16.00 membership  (AB) which includes extended coverage for insurance purposes. You will need to bring a copy of your membership card to your first skills session or practice or show us proof that registration has been completed.


The registration and payment period for the AAU/Club season is open year round. Teams are to be determined based on returning players and those who tryout. Not all players make the OC Select Club Basketball Teams. For Training we allow and welcome any and all skills levels.

Click here to Contact us and register.

Basketball Players Who Do OTHER SPORTS:

It is possible for student-athletes to participate in the OC Select Basketball season while playing another sport. Please note OC Select does not allow players to play on 2 basketball club teams we believe it is a conflict of interest unless it is for a middle school league. With that being said, OCS requires the student-athlete to meet the following requirements:

Club Basketball Teams (All Grades): Student-athletes must attend at least one practice per week.. Furthermore, at least 95% of games should be attended. Being reliable is of utmost importance for a team to be successful. Playing time is based on performance and attendance. So your player may miss practice and is excused, but it still counts as a missed practice. Playing time can be effected.

Given the fact the costs for the team remain constant, the dues for the season remain the same. In other words, there is no discount or proration.


We have no parent head coaches in our program and we do not allow them.

OC Select Coaching Staff:

    • Sarkis Kara – USA BASKETBALL Certified, Former player at OCC and Woodbridge High; B.S in Criminal Justice from Long Beach State, Current Director of Basketball Operations
    • Yousef Etemadi – Former college player at Cal Poly Pomona;  All CIF and ALL County Player, current player development coach for Laguna Niguel, B.A in Business and Marketing, Current Varsity Coach of Director of Business Management For OC Select.
    • Oz Aziz – Former high school player at University High in Irvine
    • Selle Hann – Former player for the African National Team, Former Vanguard University Players, Current Vanguard University Assistant Coach, Current 13u Black Head Coach.
    • Yama Kader- Former player at Holy Cross University, Leading Scorer and Assist Holder at Trabuco Hills High School, Former National Team Member, current OC Select JV Coach.
    • Billy A.- Former Vanguard University forward, former National Team Member, Current 12u Red Coach.

 Team Placement & Practices


Our tryouts are on going. If you believe your player has the right skill set and looking for a higher level, contact us and we will have him come work out with the team of his age level and move forward from there,

There will be at least one team at each grade level.


We ask that each player bring a ball to every session.

All practices are scheduled in advance and players are expected to attend practices. Teams will normally practice twice per week (two team practices) for 60 or 75 minutes. Every effort will be made to follow practice schedules as closely as possible, however, things happen. Please be flexible and cooperative when practice schedules need to be changed. Any changes will be communicated prior.

As there are school activities and other commitments, which may conflict with practice from time to time, coaches will work with players and parents individually in those cases. To emphasize player responsibility, the player (and not the parent) who will miss a practice is expected to notify the coach ahead of time that he will miss practice and the reason why. Program basketball players are expected to commit themselves to a rigorous practice schedule, and their team depends on them to do so. Playing time will be affected by unexcused absences or tardiness.