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The Chinese Way of discovering Basketball...Internationally

Hard work, humility and being open minded go a long way around the globe

Season 1, episode 14
32 min / Published

How cool is it to reach so many parts of the World???

In this episode Nico Bourgade reached out to Hui Tu, director of the Basketball International Youth Basketball League, in charge of the Beijing Falcons. He first explained how he started with the Falcons and went from 10 players to about 5000 players.

When you hear about Hui's strong values, you then understand his success. An open-minded Coach, willing to learn from several Basketball cultures around the globe but also with a foundation of being there to help the kids develop their game both on and off the court.

Hui also explained the way their coaches were communicating between each other as well as with players, and the importance they gave to understanding each other's roles.

Another cool episode with a humble and passionate person who has a lot to give...

If you're interested in going to China with your team, you can contact Hui Tu directly at this email address: hui.tu@beijingfalconsbasketball.com

Looking to buy a cool and useful mental guide for young ballers? Here is the link to Nico's book, available on Amazon in several languages: https://www.amazon.com/s?i=stripbooks&rh=p_27%3ANico+Bourgade&s=relevancerank&text=Nico+Bourgade&ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1

You can also reach out to him directly if you want to start working on your mental game individually or as a team.

@: mentalperformancecoachnico@gmail.com

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