Tag Archives: Ghana

Developing Basketball in the Developing World

When I wrote Cross Over: The New Model of Youth Basketball Development in 2006 (and previous articles about the basketball system), I focused on basketball in the U.S., as I witnessed or heard about many of the events chronicled in … Continue reading

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UCLA in Ghana

When I walked onto the University of Ghana basketball courts for the u18 National Team practices, this is the first person who I saw:

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2012 Dynasty Basketball Summer Camp – Ghana

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The Game Teaches the Game

Since arriving in Ghana, I have worked a camp, run clinics, and assisted with the Ghanian u18 National Team. Last night, after a clinic, one of the players asked my impressions of the state of the game in Ghana.

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