Canada Basketball puts on 3rd Annual NCCP Super Clinic May 19th-21st, 2017

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The Super Clinic will run May 19-21, 2017 at Ryerson University and the University of Toronto with presentations by international basketball experts and coaches. Come and enjoy this one-of-a-kind weekend with a multitude of unique events that you will not want to miss! Register here today.

The Super Clinic offers coaches the opportunity to choose from:

–          All of the basketball NCCP courses;

–          Professional development streams for youth and high performance coaches;

–          NCCP Competition-Development multi-sport courses; and

–          Wheelchair Basketball Canada’s Competition-Introduction and Competition-

Introduction Advanced NCCP course

Presenters at this year’s Super Clinic include: 

–          Bev Smith – Head Coach 2000 Women’s National Team; Assist Coach 2016 Women’s National Team

–          Nadine Crowley – FIBA Commissioner and Supervisor of Officials

–          Matteo Feriani – Head Coach, Senior Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Team

–          Mike Frogly – Head Coach and Director, National Academy Wheelchair Basketball Canada

–          Jodi Gram – Head Coach, 2017 U17 Women’s National Team

–          Olga Hrycak – 2017 Canada Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee

–          Patrick Hunt – Chair FIBA Technical Commission, President of the World Associations of Coaches

–          Troy Justice – NBA Senior Director, Basketball Operations International

–          Mike Mackay – Performance Manager, Women’s High Performance

–          Michael Meeks – Men’s High Performance, Youth Player Development

–          Roy Rana – Head Coach, 2017 U19 Men’s National Team

–          Jay Triano – Head Coach, Senior Men’s Basketball Team

–          Chantal Vallée – Targeted Coaching Pool, Canada Basketball Women’s High Performance

Courtesy Canada Basketball/Dawn Smyth

Drew Ebanks

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