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My service stands out by being very vocal and encouraging during the sessions. I have knowledge of the game of basketball and am able to build the players confidence by fixing the smallest tweaks in their game. Whether it is shooting or dribbling, there is always something to fix. 

I enjoy everything about the work I do. Training students in the game of basketball is something I want to do for the rest of my life. It’s so fun to get better in a sport but also be able to create friendship that can last forever. I love encouraging people to be their best in anything that they do and that is what I do in my sessions! Pushing people do do their best!

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Santa Ana, CA 92708
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  • A Kim

    Khoi has been a tremendous help to both of my sons. One is playing high school and the other plays club. Not only does he have a strong knowledge of basketball, he is also personable and likable. He makes efficient use of the training time so it goes by fast!

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What types of students have you worked with?

I have started working with students in high school and middle school. I have always worked with some professional basketball players and older people who just play for fun. But my main focus group that I have been teaching are middle and high schoolers.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

So I play in a basketball tournament every year in the month of July. In this past year, 2018, my team and I won the championship. I hit 9 three in a blowout win to win it all. It was all because of the hard work that we have put in to get to the championship. The chemistry, the hours of practice, the hours hanging out together after practice. I all paid off and I am super great for the hard work to pay off.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would advise them to check out the teachers background before anything and make sure that they are clean and that other people are training with them. Check their social media or ID. With the money situation, training kids in basketball should not cost too much. With the texting, if they aren’t responding quickly to your text or not wanting to call you when you are trying to find a day to train then be careful. I would also tell them to make sure that the trainer knows what he is talking about, whether in the sessions or when you asking them questions through text.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Am I working hard enough?

How can I show that I want it the most?

What can I do to be more aggressive?

How am I able to outsmart my defender?

Is this the only way to beat my defender? 

Are there other ways to make this move more effective? If so, how!

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