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Drew Hanlen | Useful advice for players and coaches from an NBA Player Development Coach

November 24, 2019

Pictured: With Drew after a workout at his training facility. Ethan Happ (Euro League), Caldwell Pope (LA Lakers), Tyus Battle (Iowa Wolves), Semi Ojeleye (Boston Celtics), Kelly Oubre (Atlanta Hawks), Shaq Harrison (Chicago Bulls), RJ Barrett (New York Knicks), Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers), Chima Moneke (Euro League), Darius Bazley (OKC Thunder), Rodney Prior (Salt Lake City Stars).


Preface by Janx.....


In 2012 Drew Hanlen was playing D1 College Hoops with Belmont University and became one of the top 3 point shooters in the NCAA.  Soon after a top High School prospect, from Hanlen’s home city of St Louis, by the name of Bradley Beal (now with Washington Wizards in the NBA), signed up with Hanlen for workouts.  Today Beal credits Hanlen for having added significant value to his shooting prowess.  Soon after Beal had been working out with Hanlen it was David Lee working under his guidance, whilst he was in the NBA, as Hanlen’s first NBA client.  Today Hanlen has emerged as one of the top skill development trainers to NBA players, working them out pre-draft camps and in the offseason too.  Everyone from rookies to those deep in their career are amongst his clients; Joel Embiid, Zach LaVine, Kelly Oubre Jr, RJ Barrett, Jayson Tatum and many, many more.


 PICTURED: Hanlen, whilst at Belmont University, was one of the leading 3 pt shooters in Division 1 NCAA.


Joey Wright, someone I’ve been fortunate to work closely with over the past few years, is also an awesome player development coach.  Players coming into Adelaide consistently deve