Havana High School will be hosting NBA/NCAA College Shooting Coach David Nurse for a boys and girls Shooting Clinic on Thursday, June 21. The clinic is open for any student entering grades 5th through 12th. HHS Boys Basketball Coach Tyler Southwood would like to invite students from surrounding school districts to participate in this great opprotunity. Nurse is a former Western Illinois University graduate and men’s basketball player who has been working with many NBA and NCAA college players the last several years. Nurse has worked as the shooting coach for the UCLA Bruins men’s basketball program and has had previous stops as the shooting coach for the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, as well as working with many other top NBA and NCAA players. Coach Nurse will work with boys and girls on shooting, basketball IQ, playmaking, and other fine parts of the game of basketball. The clinic has been broken into two sessions. Session one is a youth session for players entering grades 5th – 8th and is from 9 to 11 a.m. The second session is for players entering entering grades 9th – 12th and is from 11:30 a.m. to 2p.m. Cost of attending the clinic is $40 per player. Players interested in attending the clinic can pre-register before the clinic with Coach Tyler Southwood by email to reserve a spot, or register by arriving early on the day of the clinic. For more information about the clinic, contact Havana High School Boys Basketball Coach Tyler Southwood through email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Jun-21-18 9:00 am - Jun-21-18 2:00 pm