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Engen fuels basketball coaching development in SA

By on September 30, 2009 in News with 0 Comments
Engen fuels basketball coaching development in SA

US Basketball Coaches begin their clinics in SA Former President Nelson Mandela said it best, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world” and for the last five years, Engen, through the annual hosting of the Basketball Coaching Seminar, has provided amateur basketball coaches in South Africa the opportunity to […]

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US Coaches Profiles attending KZN clinic ‘09

By on September 2, 2009 in High School with 0 Comments
US Coaches Profiles attending KZN clinic ‘09

Joyce Jenkins has accumulated a number of honours in her years associated with basketball. Her profile reads Assistant Coach, USA All Air Force Basketball Team; Head Coach University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Assistant Coach, University of Maryland, College Park; Assistant Coach, St John’s University; Academic Coach, National Football Foundation and she is currently the President […]

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KZN to host coaching seminar

By on August 23, 2009 in High School with 6 Comments

KZN basketball in conjunction with Engen are going to host some international coaches who will be conducting clinics from Monday 26 – 30 September 2009. These coaches will be working with coaches from various provinces in SA and this will culminate in a coaching clinic for basketball players aged 14 – 18 years. The Coaching […]

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In 1994: R21.5 Million – Basketball looks set to take South Africa by storm

By on April 28, 2009 in News with 1 Comment

A glittering launch of Basketball South Africa was held in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 29 June ’94. A new, improved, unified Basketball South Africa (BSA), complete with International affiliation and Professional league, unveiled its plans, strategies and recently signed sponsors. No less than twelve confirmed sponsors all committed to a minimum of three years involvement in […]

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An example of basketball development…

By on July 13, 2008 in FanZone with 11 Comments

With all the various comments that have been flying around the website I decided to share a personal experience I had with regard to what progress in basketball is supposed to look like. I’ll start by recalling to the best of my ability an experience I had back in 2002. That year, there was a […]

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