Coaching Clinic 2012
Speakers at the Future Stars 2012 Coaching Clinic:
The future NBA Champion was born on 4th of April 1979, from 1992-1996 he was developing his skills with the Youth Academy in Kiev city. In 1997 he had his first basketball debut with "Dendi-Skif" and "Dendi-Basket" basketball teams (Kiev). By the 1998-1999 season Stanislav was playing for BC "Alutus" (Lithuania) and was named the best foreign player in the Lithuanian Basketball League. During the 1999-2000 season Stanislav headed back to the Ukraine to BC "Kiev" leading them to the Ukrainian National Championship and Final Four ULEB Cup.
In 2000 Stanislav was signed for the Los Angeles Lakers and made his first debut in the NBA against Pheonix on 30th December 2000. Stanislav remained with the Lakers to gaining two NBA championship rings for the 2000-2001 and 2001-2002 seasons. The 2003-2004 season was Stanislav’s breakout season when he replaced the injured Karl Malone in the starting line-up. However during the later part of 2004 Stanislav was plagued by a number of serious injuries forcing him out of the line-up.
Medvedenko was signed by the Atlanta Hawks in 2006.
Off the court Stanislav is president of the public organisation ‘Stanlislav Medvedenko Foundation’ which was formally set up in 2005. The Foundation works to raise awareness and money for children in need from Slava’s homeland, working with Ukrainian Orphanages and Hospitals. The Foundation also works with the Ukrainian National Basketball Federation to help provide financial and professional support to youth basketball programs.
In 2010 Stanislav took over as head coach of BC Budivelnik Kyiv and the U16/17 Ukrainian National Team.
Olle has extensive coaching experience including running Junior programs at clubs like Alvik Stockholm(Swedish Basketball League), Capitals Stockholm U20. From 2000 Olle started his career as Head Coach of Senior Teams in the professional Swedish League including Capitals (Basketettan), Sallén Basket (SBL), Södertälje Kings (SBL), Akropol BBK, Stockholm (SBL) and Uppsala BBK (SBL).
In 2007 Olle became head coach of the Sweden U18 National Team, his biggest success came a year later when he won the U18 European Championship in Division B in Sarajevo. By doing so they became the first Swedish Men’s team to qualify to Division A in any age category in over 21 years.
By popular demand Olle returns for his second year as a speaker at the Future Stars Coaching Clinic.
Chris Hackett has a unique experience of both American and European Basketball. Born and raised in England, Hackett has 8 years experience of playing clubbasketball before travelling to the USA where he has spent the last 13 years coaching at high school, junior college and NCAA level.
Chris Hackett has directed camps and coaching clinics across Europe and has spent time observing several European professional and national teams.
Chris Hackett is one of the very few British born coaches to work the NCAA and is the current Head coach of Frank Phillips College in Texas.
Peter has been involved in basketball for over 35 years of his life. He has nearly 11 years of professional playing experience combined with over 15 years of head coaching experience.
Born and raised in Midland Michigan USA. Peter played NCAA Div 2 college basketball for Michigan Technological University, graduating in 1993. Peter was named Div. 2 All American averaging 24 points per game during his last two years, the only player in school history to have over 1800 points, 500 rebounds, 250 assists, and 100 steals during his 4 year career.
After graduating Peter moved to Denmark to play professionally where he played for Horsens IC, winning the Danish Championship twice, and league MVP title. Peter played professionally in Austria, Malta, Spain and France. While in France Peter played for Addecco Asvel Lyon Villeurbanne, wining the French League and Cup Championships as well as helping them qualify to the Euroleague quarterfinals, only to lose to CSKA Moscow. Peter finished his playing career playing for Los Barrios in the LEB Gold from 2002-2004.
After finishing his playing career, Peter turned to coaching U16 and U18 teams leading his team to the Danish Championship in 2006. During these same year (2004-2007) Peter was named National Team coach for Denmark’s U16 and U18 teams. In 2010 Peter was named Head Coach of Denmark's A-National Team leading them to the C-group European Championship in Malta. Currently Peter is helping rebuild Denmark's national team program so they can participate in the next European Championship and is the current Head Coach of the Danish National U18, U20 and Senior Men’s National Teams.
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