Coaching Resources


Basketball Victoria Country – Female Coaching Clinic (9th December, 2017)

The clinic  provided female country coaches with a fully day’s worth of insights from an array of coaches, mentors and key note speakers from across the basketball and wider sporting community.


Session 1 – Claudia Brassard, Townsville Fire WNBL Head Coach



Session 2 – Simon Pritchard, Bendigo Spirit WNBL Head Coach







Tony Rozone Coaching Clinic – How to Develop Offensive Skills

  • Multiple time national head coach
  • NBA scout
  • 2010-2011 Assistant General Manager Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 2012-Present Director of Player Personnel Dallas Mavericks



Melbourne United head coach Dean Vickerman runs our coaches and players through an in-depth coaching clinic earlier this year.

This clinic is relevant for all levels of coaching.


The 2017 NBL Blitz moved to Traralgon, and with it came one of the best coaching clinics you could find. Dean Vickerman, Andrej Lemanis, Rob Beveridge, and Trevor Gleeson each brought a different element to the clinic.

This clinic is relevant for all levels of coaching.



Peter Lonergan has held many roles within the basketball coaching space, including Head Coach of Basketball Victoria Country, Head Coach of the Australian U17 women, Assistant Coach of the Australian Opals, and currently in his role as Basketball Australia’s Head of High Performance Coach Development.

In May 2017, Peter delivered a Coaching Clinic for Basketball Victoria – focussing on athlete skill development and 1 v 1 drills.

Relevant for coaches of all levels, the clinic is a great resource.






Earlier in the year, the Bendigo Braves held a Coaching Clinic featuring Peter Lonergan, Head of High Performance Coach Development at the Centre of Excellence.

The session focused on skill development and features a number of Basketball Victoria’s SPP Country athletes.





High Performance Coach Country, Justin Schueller, goes through some workouts you can use to help your children become the best athletes they can be.