Get you better ONE day at a time.  Push you harder than you've ever been pushed.  Dream BIG.  
And, then, ACHIEVE those dreams. 

My Mission

To provide quality, skilled instruction for the next generation of Kansas basketball talent.  No matter what your skill level, my goal is to bring out the BEST version of you.  Whether you want to earn more playing time, be a starter on your team, or play at the highest level, my camps and private training can take you there.  

I grew up in a sports family.  It was just part of our makeup, but I would've jumped at the opportunity to work with someone who had walked where I wanted to walk.  Being able to influence, teach and mentor young athletes into better men and women is why I do this.  

I started coaching young athletes while I was a sophomore at Kansas State, and have been working with up and coming talent for the last 8 years.  I've trained players who were trying to make their high school team to Division 1 caliber players, and each and every one holds a special place in my heart.  


My WHY

When you have the experiences I have had in basketball, it's only selfish to keep those to yourself.  Sharing those skills, those life lessons, and the recruiting insight to help the next in line...that's my "why".  Seeing young players start out playing a game for fun, and falling in love with the sport and all it brings is something you can't find anywhere.  

But my biggest "why" is to teach and influence the next generation of champions not only on the court.  The lessons we learn inside the lines are only small indicators of the lessons we have to learn outside the lines.  Faith, family, sports; those are the priorities I live by and in that order.  I hope I can help another young athlete along the way by passing on the lessons I've failed in or learned from so they're able to pass on those experiences to the next in line. 

Colossians 3:17
"And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him."

Shalin Spani Senior Year
Champions are made when no one is watching.
— John Wooden