Fred Grannum


Role: Coach Evaluator (CE)
Context(s): Learn to Train, Train to Train
P/TSO: Ontario Basketball
Hometown: Mississauga, ON
Years as a Coach Developer: 1
Coaching Experience:

-2016 Assistant Coach Team Ontario U17 Boys
-2015 Assistant Coach Team Ontario U15 Boys
-2015-Present Assistant Coach Canada Basketball Jr. Academy
-2014-2015 Assistant Coach Brock University Men's Basketball
-2014-Present Head Coach Canada Basketball & OBA, Targeted Athlete Strategy/CP
-2013 Head Coach Megacity Mississauga Power PRO-AM
-2013 Head Coach Mississauga Power Basketball Club (NBL Canada)
-2010-2013 Assistant Coach Humber College Men's Basketball
-2009-2011 Assistant Coach St. Joan of Arc CSS Sr. Boys Basketball Team
-2009-Present Canada Basketball Skill Development Coach
-2008-2010 Head Coach OBA U17 Boys Juvenile Development Program (JDP)
-2007-Present OBA High Performance Skill Development Coach
-2004-2014 Head Coach Baller Basketball Club OBA/AAU U12-U19 Boys
-2004-2013 Head Coach Havergal College Jr. & Sr. Girls Teams
-2000-2004 Head Coach GTA Basketball Club U15-U19 Boys

Other Basketball Experience(s):

-2013 Head Coach CBA U16 Boys United World Games (Klagenfurt, Austria) Bronze Medal
-2011 OBA U19 Boys Coach of the Year
-2011 Assistant Coach Toronto United Ballers U17 Boys Jr. Intl. Tournament (JIT) Milan, Italy Bronze Medal
-2010 Assistant Coach Hoop Factory Canada U17 Boys Jr. Intl. Tournament (JIT) Milan, Italy Silver Medal
-2007-2012 OBA Provincial Advisory Committee (PAC)

What motivated you to get into coaching?:

I was motivated to get into Coaching by my passion for the game of basketball and wanting to give back what I learned as a player to my community and to the next generation of basketball players.

What do you love about being a Coach Developer?:

The opportunity to network, meet and work with other Coaches to discuss strategies, debate ideas, philosophies and team culture.

Why did you want to be a Coach Developer?:

I want to be a Coach Developer to help in the delivery of the National Coaching Pathway. I am also encouraged to continue learning and to help other Coaches learn strategies in team management, skill development and athletic training that will help their athletes be successful on and off the court.

Favorite Coaching Quote:

Now this is the Law of the Jungle -
As old and as true as the sky;
And the wolf that shall keep it may prosper
But the wolf that shall break it must die.
As the creeper that girdles the tree trunk,
The law runneth forth and back -
For the strength of the Pack in the Wolf,
And the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.

~ Rudyard Kipling / Phil Jackson - Sacred Hoops

 

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