Mike Allen Sports

Mike Allen Sports

5.0
12 employees
20 years in business

About this pro

It takes hard work and a total commitment to yourself and your game. But if you remain dedicated, we can make you one promise – we will make you mentally and physically ready for the basketball opportunity of your lifetime; whenever it presents itself. For some of you, that means making the high school team. For others it is getting that Division One scholarship to college. And for a select few, it means going professional, where someone is writing you a check for what you can do on the court.

I’ve traveled this road a long while. That is why I know exactly what it takes, and definitely what it doesn’t. But the reason I keep doing this is because I absolutely love helping a player realize his maximum potential. So, if you’re interested in letting your game do the talking for you; let us get you headed in the right direction. Now, I will warn you…….. our game has two components. It is a power game as much as a fundamentals game. But if you possess the desire to be everything you can be on the court and off; come on down and we’ll show you the light…… so eventually the spotlight will be shining on you.

You can view our website at www.mikeallensports.com

The ablity to see players develop and take their overall game to a level they never thought they could achieve.

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San Jose, CA 95112
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Our process is simple, “Hardwork Brings Change” 

if a player is willing to put in the work they will.

Our training center provides

3 Shooting Machines

Vertimax performance training

noah shooting analytics 

weight room

film room


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Twenty-six years as basketball camp director, trainer, and basketball league director for Mike Allen Sports,US Sports Camps and Nike Basketball
Ten years as Director of Player Development and Basketball League Director in partnership with the Golden State Warriors/ Junior Warriors Youth Basketball/ Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA
Ten years as Director of Player Development/Head Coach of B3 Ambassadors Travel Basketball Club (AAU & NCAA Certified Tournaments)
Strong ability to work effectively within diverse team environments
Proven experience in recruiting, fundraising, and community environments
Seven years as a semi-professional basketball player in Europe, Asia & Africa
Seven years as a Varsity Boys head coach at Gunderson High School
Six year as a Varsity Girls head coach at The King’s Academy
One year as women’s assistant basketball coach for semi-professional team the San Jose Spiders
One year as men’s assistant basketball coach for second divison professional team MTK (Poland)
Demonstrated knowledge and application of NCAA rules and regulations
Masters, Leadership & Sports Management (William Jessup University)
Featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine (10 page article) -March (2014)
AAU, USA Basketball & NCAA Certified & Licensed
CPR, First Aid & AED Certified

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$49 per hour

monthly group training starting at $159 per month


How did you get started teaching?

While playing professionally overseas every summer while returning home my desire would be holding basketball camps, clinics and leagues for children ages 5-18


What types of students have you worked with?
  • 20+ players coached are playing D1 Basketball
  • 40+ players coached are playing D2/D3 Basketball
  • 30+ players coached are playing NAIA Basketball
  • 50+ players coached are playing JUCO Basketball

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

March Madness

NBA/WNBA games

NCAA games


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

IF YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT GOING TO THE NEXT LEVEL IT REQUIRES HARDWORK, Discipline and sacrifice. If these three are not where you are at this is not the place.


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

are you willing to work hark

are you looking at playing at the next level


Lessons offered