A basketball bootcamp in Glasgow scored a slam dunk with young fans.
Around 100 players descended on the Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena to take part in the 14th annual Glasgow Rocks Summer Basketball Camp.
The training session, open to youngsters up to the age of 18, provided both introductory and advanced tuition in the sport.
As well as coaching from the senior staff and players, attendees also received a Rocks T-shirt and tickets to an upcoming fixture.
Sterling Davis, player-coach of the Glasgow Rocks, believes many of the youngsters could be the Team GB stars of tomorrow.
He said: "We saw some promising talents from guys and girls.
"The younger kids wanted to learn more about basketball, which is very promising."
The coach, a native of Dallas, Texas, has been playing competitive basketball since he was in college and has had spells at some of the biggest teams in Britain, including Sheffield Sharks, London Towers and Brighton Bears.
He believes the Olympics has helped boost the sport in the UK.
He added: "The inclusion of Great Britain in the Olympics has been a big part of making the sport more popular.
"I have a little boy and he was telling me they learned about Team GB in school – things like that are great for helping the game progress.
""Getting kids interested in the sport is really important.
"They like it because it's an indoor sport – it's something that you can play year round regardless of weather."
Youngsters interested in following in the footsteps of Scots Team GB players Robert Archibald and Rose Anderson have plenty of opportunities to get involved with the game.
Coach Davis added: "We work with a charity, Scottish Sports Futures, which runs a twilight basketball session.
"Every Friday night we have different venues across the city where kids can come in and get training and be a part of a group."