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Height: 6-3 | Weight: 205
The foundation of our skills development training model is to improve basketball skills to augment player development. Each phase of our skill development training model is structured to improve the level of execution and increase the accuracy of performance. Each basketball challenge will be assessed in order to advance to more complex skills related to player development. Our mission is to develop a synergy between practical basketball skills, practice routines and game situations.
Each phase of player development can lead to stagnation or opportunity based on the following challenges as the result of an action:
Between the "Resistance" and "Exploration" phases, an individual may experience the "Ambiguity Zone" where the individual does not feel comfortable with his or her player development. Each basketball player has to make the commitment to change to improve his or her basketball skills, basketball IQ and overall basketball journey.
Kevin Mitchell, is the founder of ENTRANCE Basketball, Skills Development Training located in Southern California. ENTRANCE Basketball provided skills development training and player development for individuals or groups from the youth to professional level.
In 2014, Kevin partnered with NBA Strategic Skills Coach & Consultant, Drew Hanlen to become a Pro Skills Coach with Pure Sweat Basketball. Pure Sweat Basketball provides a strategic curriculum which has helped over 25 NBA and NBA pre‐draft players including David Lee (Warriors), Bradley Beal (Wizards), Andrew Wiggins and Zach LaVine (Timberwolves) and Jordan Clarkson (Lakers).
Through his basketball journey, Kevin has worked with various NBA trainers, college coaches, basketball camps and organizations such as: