BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The Baton Rouge Community College Athletics Department will host an “OG” Coaching Clinic from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 7.
According to a news release from BRCC, the Coaching Clinic features a gathering of basketball enthusiasts, providing an unparalleled chance for aspiring coaches to learn from a roster of true legends.
The event will offer those in attendance insights into techniques, leadership strategies and the finer points of the game, according to BRCC.
Here are the five former basketball coaches who will share their secrets during BRCC’s basketball coaching clinic:
John Brady is on the BRCC basketball coaching staff as he serves as the special assistant to the BRCC head basketball coach, Byron Starks. Brady also spent 11 seasons with the LSU basketball program, serving as the Tigers head coach. According to LSU, Brady led the Tigers to one NCAA Final Four appearance in 2006 and two SEC Championships during his tenure.
Tim Floyd spent his coaching career in both the collegiate and professional ranks. According to BRCC, Floyd had roles with the Chicago Bulls and the New Orleans Hornets, developing several NBA stars. Floyd was a head coach at Idaho, Iowa State and New Orleans before heading to the NBA.
Richard Williams was a long-time coach at Mississippi State. Williams led Mississippi State to a Final Four appearance in 1996 during his tenure with the Bulldogs. Mississippi State was also able to claim the SEC crown in that same season. According to BREC, his tactical brilliance and ability to transform underdog teams into contenders will take center stage.
Kermit Davis had stints as a college basketball coach at Texas A&M, Idaho, Middle Tennessee and Ole Miss. According to BRCC, his dynamic coaching style and talent for cultivating winning teams will offer invaluable insights. While at Ole Miss, Davis guided the Rebels to the NCAA Tournament in the 2018-19 season.
Tim Jankovich has 39 seasons of college basketball coaching experience under his belt, with 10 coming as the head basketball coach at SMU. According to BRCC, Jankovich made significant contributions to various programs. As a head coach for the Mustangs, Jankovich became the second-winningest coach in program history.
The event will occur at the Bonne Sante Wellness Center located on BRCC’s Mid City campus.
Click here for more information and to register for this exclusive event.