Day two of the Ghana Basketball and Leadership Camp took place on Tuesday with another vigorous exercise taken centre stage.
The players worked under the tutelage of two expatriate coaches – Jens Gailing and Clifton Johnson as well as Ghana national team trainer Brimah Lawah and Claudius Thompson.
The normal jogging and workout session took place early morning before the enthusiastic players moved to the court for the drills.
Tuesday’s morning session focused on the basic dribbling skills of the players while sharpening their handling of the ball.
They took a break to move into the classroom session which centered on group discussion on the topic that bordered on leadership.
The group presentation was lively as players engaged each other in an intellectual discourse that hinged on their understanding of becoming a good leader.
They answered varied questions on their presentations before they moved straight onto the court for the afternoon session.
The afternoon exercise focused on lay-ups, shooting and lineup-drill exercise with experienced trainer Brimah Lawah taken charge of the full session for the first time.
Participants have warmed themselves into the session and are reaping the benefit of being part of the historic training camp.
Day-3 continues on Wednesday August 28, 2013.
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