We have been developing basketball talent for over 20 years, dating back to when we was still a player in college. Two of our first three clients went on to play in college. Over the years, we have helped players take the journey from middle school player to college and or professional player.
I have been developing basketball talent for over 20 years, dating back to when I was still a player in college. Two of my first three clients went on to play in college. Over the years, I have helped players take the journey from middle school player to college and or professional player. I decided about 2 years ago, after leaving corporate America, to develop basketball players as a business. I spoke with a couple of people that I consider to be mentors (Coach Darnell Myers, a former Georgetown and UMBC assistant and current high school coach, and Idan Ravin, who is probably the "gold standard" in basketball player development at the NBA level), both encouraged me to get into the business citing my ability to still be able to demonstrate as well as communicate with developing players. A strong fundamental base is what I hope to instill in players, as well as raising a players basketball IQ. By developing a firm grasp of the basics, I hope to maximize a players potential and make him or her a more efficient basketball player. I have found this focus to be beneficial to both the developing young player as well as the aspiring or current professional. The sevices that are available through Brad Pinchback Basketball Player Development are individual training, small group training, team training and practices, large clinics, and guest speaking.