2015 TABC Clinic Notes

2015 TABC Clinic Notes

2015 TABC Clinic Notes by Wes Kosel
Here are some notes from the 2015 Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) Clinic in San Antonio, Texas. Included are notes from Bob Hurley, Shaka Smart, Billy Gillispie, and Bob Huggins. The Clinic was held May 21-23 at St. Mary’s University. Speakers included Bruce Weber (Kansas State), Karen Aston (University of Texas), Mike Dunlop (Loyola Marymount), Jim Jabbir (Dayton), Tommy Penders (Clear Lake HS), Brandon Schneider (Kansas State), Tina Langley (Rice), Andy Copley (Canadian HS Boys), Bill Avey (SA Southwest), and Jeff Walz (Louisville).
2015 TABC Clinic Notes – Bob Hurley (St. Anthony’s High School, NJ) – Program Building
Bob Hurley is one of the most well-known high school coaches in the country. He has been the head coach at St. Anthony’s in New Jersey since 1972 and has won 27 state championships. He has coached many Division 1 players including his son, Bobby Hurley, who went on to play at Duke. Bobby is now the head coach at Arizona State and another son, Dan, is head coach at the University of Rhode Island.
2015 TABC Clinic Notes – Shaka Smart (University of Texas) – Pressure Defense
Shaka Smart is entering his first year as head coach of the Texas Longhorns. He comes to Austin after spending 6 seasons at VCU, where he led the Rams to a Final Four appearance in 2011.
2015 TABC Clinic Notes – Billy Gillispie (Ranger Junior College, TX) – Defense
Billy Gillispie is the current head coach at Ranger Junior College. Before that, he was the head coach at Texas Tech, Kentucky, Texas A&M, and UTEP.
2015 TABC Clinic Notes – Bob Huggins (West Virginia University) – WVU Basketball
Bob Huggins has been the head coach at WVU since 2007 and has won 175 games to 101 losses while in Morgantown. Before taking over for WVU, he was the head coach at Kansas State, Cincinnati, Akron, and Walsh.

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2015 TABC Clinic Notes

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