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Welcome to The Chris Craft Show!
Lee Miller, one of the world’s best basketball trainers, joins me for episode 11 of The Chris Craft Show. We talked about his career path as a basketball trainer and business owner. We also did a deep dive into youth sports and basketball player development. Enjoy the show!
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2018 marks Lee Miller‘s 15th year as Founder and Director of Elite Hoops Basketball. Elite Hoops Basketball and Nike Basketball Camps teamed up in 2005, providing upbeat, challenging basketball instruction for players throughout the Southeast. Miller and staff have created an established Nike Basketball Camp market, with most locations selling out year after year. Miller and his Elite Hoops Basketball staff will run over 40 stand-out summer camp sessions this summer including the Nike Basketball Camps in Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Lee started coaching at the University of Georgia in 2000 as a student assistant, then coached 6 years on the high school level, one more year of college at Georgia State University in 2007, and full time with Elite Hoops ever since.
Lee Miller admires Coach Pop because he has coached the Spurs in 3 completely different ways over the years. In the early 2000s it was defense, in the early 2010s it was pace and space, and now has slowed them down and used the post up game more.
Lee Miller‘s goal is to make each player 1% better each day they are on the court with Elite Hoops. Sometimes that means they might not be in a group with their friends or even players their own age, but it will make them better.
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