NBA legend Young Train 40 NBL Players
Forty young player of the ten contestants NBL team will undergo training camp led by NBA legend Detlef Schrempf. These activities take place on next week.
For the second year, Indonesia Development Camp (IDC), in collaboration the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the Indonesian National Basketball League (NBL), which was held on 21 to 23 September 2010 in the C-Tra Arena Bandung.
Camp will continue efforts to develop talented young players and increase the level of Indonesian basketball game. For this year, 40 players representing ten contestants Indonesian NBL teams will practice under the tutelage of Detlef Schrempf.
German men are playing in the NBA for about 15 years. He began his career in the United States by strengthening the Dallas Mavericks in 1985. He also had uniformed Indiana Pacers, Seattle SuperSonics, Portland Trail Blazers and the last.
Men who had three times signed the NBA All-Star and twice won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year, will be featured as a coach the camp. 47-year-old man will be assisted by coaches from the NBL Indonesia, to provide advanced materials to participants.
In a press statement received detiksport, this camp will contain an intensive training and other development programs. Participants will have the opportunity to apply their new knowledge can be in the games held every day after practice sessions. Motivational life-skills seminars were also held in various themes, such as leadership, strength and conditioning, and teamwork.
On the last day of camp, will be selected Dell’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) and a team of All-Star IDC. As a gift, the MVP will take home a Dell laptop updated.
“We are delighted to be working with the NBA and bring world-class basketball camp back to Indonesia,” said Azrul Ananda, Indonesia NBL commissioner. “Learning from one of the most famous NBA legend and a lot of professionals will help improve the quality of our young players,” he added.
“The implementation of both Indonesia Development Camp to give the NBA another chance to help the development of basketball in Indonesia,” said Scott Levy, senior vice president and managing director of NBA Asia. “Camp will help develop the skills candidates NBL star future, and enhance the overall game quality in Indonesia,” he continued.
Official partner of this camp is a Dell and DBL Indonesia. Spalding was present as the official supplier. The first official NBA event in Indonesia was held in 2008, when the Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger, appeared at a basketball clinic and attend the Final Development Basketball League (DBL) in Surabaya.
NBA went back in 2009 with Indonesia’s first Development Camp, for 48 best young players DBL, in DBL Arena. Players Sacramento Kings (now the Houston Rockets), Kevin Martin, as well as the Portland Trail Blazers assistant coach (now in Cleveland Cavaliers), Joe Prunty and former assistant coach with the Los Angeles Clippers as coach Neal Meyer attend camp.