Basketball training by coach Shabaka "Chewy" Lands
Coach Lands was an Assistant Coach at the University of Louisville during the 2009-2010 season. His primary duties included assisting in opponent scouting through extensive film breakdowns, game preparation and assisting in on-campus recruiting efforts.
Coach Lands spent 8 years at Indianapolis' Pike High School. While on the Pike coaching staff, Pike was a state runner-up in 2002, State Champion in 2003 (29-0) while ranking 2nd in the nation. Coach Lands was a varsity assistant coach (2006-2009), junior varsity coach (2004-2006) and head freshmen coach (2001-2004). His last two freshmen teams posted a combined 39-1 two year record in 2002-2004 and his two junior varsity teams were a collective 29-5 in two years (2004-2006). Coach Lands started his coaching career as a seventh and eight grade girls coach (1998-2001).
Coach Lands played two years at Idaho State (1994-1996), including the 1994-1995 season when he helped the Bengals to an 18-10 record while leading the team in assists (109) and steals (52).
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Individual Training Sessions:
1 HOUR SESSION- $30 PER ATHLETE
2 HOURS SESSION-$50 PER ATHLETE
TEAM TRAINING SESSIONS
$20 PER ATHLETE
CALL COACH CHEWY LANDS FOR SESSION INFORMATION
Coached and trained by Coach Lands:
3 current NBA players:
-Jeff Teague (Atlanta Hawks)
-Marquis Teague (Brooklyn Nets)
-Courtney Lee (Memphis Grizzles)
-Justin Cage (Belgium)
-Robert Vaden (Belgium)
Current College Players:
-Khristian Smith (Indiana State, 6th Man of the Year)
-Zavier Turner (Ball State, Freshman of the Year)
-RJ Hunter (Georgia State, Player of the Year)
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