P.H.A.S.E 1 Shares Technical Expertise with Urunani Basketball Club in Burundi, Africa

As part of the development of Burundian basketball, but also the promotion of talented young people, the experts from P.H.A.S.E 1 Academy gave technical and tactical support to URUNANI BBC players in collaboration with the technical staff of the team. 

They found a considerable level of play of the group; “They are fast and strong in the transitions, they are able to adapt to any tactic imposed by the coach.”, P.H.A.S.E 1’s founder Wayne Dawkins insists. 

After completing a series of tactical sequences, especially in vertical transitions, players in turn implemented the tactics taught.

“It is not easy to show the movements of the opposing players when you are doing a tactical analysis. Here we use videos, which is not the case in Burundi. In all this, given the level of the players, the Urunani club in the coming days will be a source of inspiration for Burundian basketball”, adds coach Wayne.

Note that these experts P.H.A.S.E 1 visited Burundi to train young people according to age categories. After the camp, held over a two weeks period selected youth (girls and boys) were chosen to attend the newly established P.H.A.S.E 1 Academy in Bujumbura, Burundi.

Wayne Dawkins

Wayne Dawkins is the Founder of P.H.A.S.E. 1 Youth Association in Toronto, Canada and CEO of P.H.A.S.E 1 Athletics based out of Phoenix, Arizona. He is a former NCAA basketball player with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and a concentration in Sociology. For over 25 years Wayne's has assisted hundreds of student-athletes and professional athletes on their journey to achieving their greater goals through the development of community teams, programs, and events to facilitate their needs.

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  • October 11, 2021 at 7:34 am
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    Wayne continues to inspire and grow the game!

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