I'm Possible BBall Academy

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    I didn't see a single thing that I cannot do




    On a video game.
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    Wonder what his list of clients are that he has trained???
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    Micah Lancaster is a world renowned basketball skill development trainer who has worked with players at all levels – grassroots to pros – including Kobe Bryant for an event with the London School of Basketball and most recently working with Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers, Kyrie Irving, Evan Turner, Nolan Smith, and Reggie Bullock.

    As founder of I’m Possible Training, the world’s fastest growing Training Movement, Micah is known around the world for his skills, drills, and original training methods. Based in North Carolina, players from around the globe travel directly to Micah for private training or just to attend his camps and clinics. In fact, Micah has hosted players from Italy, Singapore, England, Hong Kong, Brazil and India in just the last three years.

    http://www.micahlancaster.com/aboutmicah.php
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    Look like some excellent multi-tasking exercises. That is one of the most difficult factors regarding basketball, the rapidity of change and need to constantly adapt to changing situations.

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