Nike Basketball Fall Clinic Durango High School Las Vegas, Nevada
US Sports Camps is thrilled to welcome Durango High School to our camp family. We have partnered with DeShawn Henry of Durango High School and Alan Stein of Stronger Team to direct a one day clinic this fall at Durango High School in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Stronger Team offers the nation’s premier basketball specific training program for junior high, high school and college players. The Stronger Team program is designed to meet the specific needs of a basketball player for injury prevention (ankles, groin, and low back) and performance enhancement (run faster, jump higher, and block out harder). Basketball players are not Olympic lifters, bodybuilders, or track athletes…so they shouldn’t train like them! There is a huge difference between being fit and being in basketball shape. Stronger Team’s results speak for themselves.
- Work with one of the premier basketball coaches and player development trainers in the country
- Learn new techniques and drills before the 2013-14 basketball season
- Develop new habits and a deeper understanding of the game
- Nike Basketball Camp T-Shirt
Durango High School's athletics program is known as the Trailblazers and compete in the Southwest Division of the Sunset 4A Region.Meet your coaching staff
Alan Stein is the owner of Stronger Team and the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the nationally renowned, Nike Elite DeMatha Catholic High School basketball program. He spent 7 years serving a similar position with the Montrose Christian basketball program. Alan brings a wealth of valuable experience to his training arsenal after years of extensive work with elite high school, college, and NBA players.Read Full Bio
His passion, enthusiasm, and innovative training techniques make him the world's leading expert on productive training for basketball players. Alan is a performance consultant for Nike Basketball as well as the head conditioning coach for the annual Jordan Brand All American Classic and the Nike Summer Skills Academies. Alan is a Camp Coach at the prestigious NBA Players Association’s Top 100 Camp as well as the Chris Paul CP3 Elite Backcourt Camp. He served as the conditioning coach for the McDonald’s All American game for 5 years.
Alan has filmed over a dozen DVD’s on improving performance and is a sought after lecturer at basketball camps and clinics across the world. He has been featured in Winning Hoops, Time Out, Dime, SI.com, SLAMonline.com, American Basketball Quarterly, Stack, Men’s Health, HOOP, and FIBA Assist Magazine.
Coach Henry enters his seventh year as the Trailblazers Head Coach and has posted five winning seasons and six playoff appearances at Durango. He continues to diligently build a program that is dedicated to developing successful young people. His coaching philosophy is based upon providing the necessary skills and knowledge to the players, and allowing them to learn to be good decision makers and team players on and off the court. In all aspects of dealing with his young student-athletes, Henry helps them achieve on the court success while continuing to stress to his players the importance of academic excellence. Coach Henry's strengths include; supervising the entire men's basketball program, player development, academic supervision, fundraising, and aiding players in the college recruiting process.
Coach Henry coached several Durango players who have gone on to play NCAA Division I basketball, such as, Jamal Crook of Western Kentucky, Marcus Falley of Pacific University, Chrishawn Hopkins of Butler University and Joe Tuss of the Air Force Academy. While at Desert Pines High School, he coached point guard Pierre Jackson who is now a star player at the University of Baylor.
During the off-season, Coach Henry maintains close contact with his players to ensure they are developing as students and players. As the jumps coach for the Track team, he has coached three consecutive Nevada long jump state champions and continues to mentor Olympic hopeful, Reindell Cole. For the past 12 years he works with the nationally known Las Vegas Prospects youth basketball program as a coach, mentor and academic advisor. During that time the Las Vegas Prospects produced 41 student-athletes that went on to play at the NCAA Division I and Division II level.
Coach Henry is an active member of several national coaches associations; National Federation of High School Coaches, National Association of Basketball Coaches, and National Black Coaches Association. He also serves as a consultant to several basketball companies and youth basketball programs across the country.
“I first saw Alan at the Nike clinic in Myrtle Beach (spring '06). I was immediately hooked. Beyond any doubt, I have never been more impressed by any speaker on any subject than I was with Alan Stein. In fact, Alan's presentation is the only workout program that I have been moved to purchase and incorporate. I appreciated his passion. It's impossible to watch Alan's presentation and not be moved by his energy and enthusiasm. My appreciation for him and his work is unparalleled.”
Boys Basketball Coach
Blackman High School
“I highly recommend Alan Stein to speak at any basketball related coaching clinic or seminar. Alan constantly has new cutting edge ideas and drills for players and teams of all ages and levels. Alan spoke at our Iowa State Basketball Coaches Clinic last year and did a terrific job. Alan’s passion and enthusiasm are unmatched. His videos should be a must to own for all coaches and players who would like to take their game to the next level.”
Chairman, USA Basketball Youth Development Committee
Selection Committee for McDonald’s All American Game
33 years – Head Coach at Mid-Prairie High School
Sample Daily Schedule
- 9:00 Warm-Up, Stretch, Clinic Introductions
- 9:15 Stein Clinic - Skill development drills and stations - Stronger Team principles
- 11:00 Coaches Q&A with on court player demos
- 11:00 Scrimmages/Games
- 12:00 Clinic Wrap-Up
- Clinic will run 9AM-12NOON for both players and coaches
- Player on-court workout with Coach Stein 9AM-11AM; Scrimmages 11AM-12NOON
- Coaches welcome to observe player workouts followed by dedicated coaches hour
- Coaching Clinic with Coach Stein with Q&A and on court player demos 11AM-12PM
- Lunch will not be provided - please bring your own.
- A concession stand will also be open for lunch/snacks/drinks.