What's on 2022
SMALL GROUP COACHING
Every Thursday night
Templestowe College 5pm-6pm
$50 per session
Ian Stacker conducts Shooting Camps each school holiday period.
Players who attend the shooting camps each receive an edited video of their shooting technique along with instruction on how to train to be an elite level shooter.
The camp focus on the basics of developing a good shooting techniques. it helps identify technical issues and set the foundation for a good technique.
We also include more advanced techniques like 3 point shooting, step backs, advanced lay ups and other individual offensive moves to create a shot.
Camps are held between 10am - 3pm
EXPERIENCED PLAYER FOCUS
Next Camp - Monday June 27th at Templestowe College
Master Coach Sessions 2022
Ian Stacker is one of Australia’s most experienced coaches having coached at most levels of the game over a 30 year plus career. The Master Coach sessions are an opportunity for coaches to learn from the Basketball Australia Accredited Master Coach.
The 2019 sessions are to be held in June at Templestowe College, Cypress, Ave, Templestowe Lower. All sessions run from 7pm-9pm. The teaching format is in a classroom utilising power point, video, whiteboard and participant interaction. The schedule is as follows;
This course to targeted at coaches working with junior players
TBA Teaching Shooting
How to identify problems with techniques, video assessment, layups, best practise methods
TBA Concepts of team offense
How to teach team offense, concepts of play, fast breaks
TBA Concepts of team defense
Principles of on and off ball defense, best practise methods, pressure defense
TBA Coaching for maximum improvement in players
How to structure practise sessions, effective drills, game coaching, intangibles of effective players
ONLY 20 SPOTS AVAILABLE
1996 Olympic Games
In this clip Tony Ronaldson hits a 3 and is fouled to put Australia into the semi finals of the 1996 Olympic Games.
This was fhe first time the Australian men's team had made the top four of a major international tournament.
Great shot by the Bear (Tony Ronalson)
Australia's most famous shots
1997 World Championships for Young Men
Aaron Trahair hits the game winning three pointer in the final second of the semi final of the 1997 World Championships for Young Men.
The win put the team into the Gold Medal game where they went on to win Australia's first men's gold medal in a major international tournament.
Also check out a much younger Ian Stacker coaching the team and some future NBA players on both teams.