With a passion for the game, HKBA coaches bring a wealth of experience and knowledge in basketball playing at the highest levels in the NCAA and National Team. We take pride in our craft, and we have fun doing it!
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Head coach position. Yin Ming Chu – 2009; Wai Cheung Kwong – 2010–2014; On Hing King – 2015– Kit Manufacturer. 2006-Present: Nike. See also. Hong Kong national under-19 basketball team; Hong Kong national under-17 basketball team; Hong Kong national 3x3 team; Hong Kong women's national basketball team; References
Full-Time Sports Coach. Minisport HK. Hong Kong. $12,000 a month. Deliver fun, high quality coaching sessions in football, rugby, basketball & tennis (training provided). We deliver holiday sport camps at 10 locations during…. 30+ days ago.
COACHES. We have more than 20 full-time children’s sports coaches, delivering classes to 1,000+ children under 5 years old, every week in Hong Kong. Our coaching curriculum contains hundreds of age appropriate games and activities, each one designed to get players practicing a certain skill or activity – but more importantly it will be fun!
Dwayne is a certified Jr. NBA Coach. His high-level basketball experience gives him a unique outlook on the game and his love and passion for the game allows him to motivate and improve each player he trains. Contact Coach Dwayne @ email@example.com
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The Houston Rockets' general manager apologized on Sunday for a tweet expressing support for Hong Kong protesters that has sparked a harsh backlash from China's official basketball association.