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    March 9, 2015

    New Player Development Service Announced by Coach Jon Giesbrecht

    Local coach Jon Giesbrecht has announced that players are now able to submit their game video to him for detailed analysis. After the player’s video is broken down, Jon will provide a consultation presenting the video clips with game notes, pointing out what the player does well and what the player needs improvement on.  Jon will ask a variety of questions and pose suggestions for player improvement. As an addition to the service, Jon will provide on-court player development sessions. All athletes will leave with a copy of their personalized video analysis and notes for improvement.

    Jon’s video work includes: working with FIBA (Cutting clips and writing scouting reports for U17 Men’s and Women’s World Championships and Men’s World Cup), 17U Manitoba Male Provincial team (Scouting opponents, player individuals), University of Manitoba Men (Player individuals) and work with Team Canada’s 18U Male team (Opponent’s personnel clips).

    Jon has worked with middle school players, high school players, provincial team players, and university players. Here are the programs he has been associated with: University of Manitoba Men’s Basketball, Basketball Manitoba’s 17U Male Provincial Team, Basketball Manitoba’s Centre of Performance, John Taylor Collegiate Boys Basketball, and the Manitoba Basketball Academy.

    What others are saying about Jon Giesbrecht:

    Dan Becker - Basketball Manitoba Technical Director and 17U Male Provincial Head Coach:

    Jon has proven himself to be a great coach and an extremely talented video analyst.  He has an excellent ability to use film as a tool to help improve teams and individuals improve in the sport of basketball.  Jon ’s work this past summer with our 17U team was a major reason we won gold at the National Championships

    Stephan Walton - University of Manitoba Bison Men’s Basketball:

    I consider Jon Giesbrecht to be second to very few in his knowledge for basketball training in Winnipeg. He has a very bright future in developing skill, and is now an invaluable part of my training program.

    Kuet Kuet - University of Winnipeg Wesmen Men’s Basketball:

    Jon is meticulous, he stresses the little things and in result, I get better.

    For more information, please contact Jon at CoachGiesbrecht@gmail.com.

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