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This is Ganon Baker
GANON BAKER is regarded as one of the premiere basketball skill trainers in the World.
Ganon trains players from the NBA, NCAA, high school and middle school levels. His relentless passion, work ethic, and competency for the game has the respect of players and coaches all over the World. Since June 2001 Baker has been traveling all over the globe, 36 countries and counting working with players and coaches on their game.
NBA/WNBA players crave his knowledge and energy for getting them better.
Ganon has worked with and shared the court with Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Britney Griner, Mya Moore, Tamicha Catchings, Skylar Diggins, and many more.
Agents consistently use Ganon’s NBA pre Draft camps to get their clients to that next level in their life!
Cleanthony Early, Scottie Wilbekin, Jerryd Bayless, Brandon Knight, Tyler Johnson, Terry Rozier and Johnny O Bryant all have been through the pre-draft process. College Coaches constantly connect with him about working out their players during the off season. They search him and his dvd’s out for new and refreshing ideas on player development. Nike and Brand Jordan hire Ganon year after year to work with their HS and European superstars.
As a premier basketball trainer Ganon has developed over 72 dvd’s and coaching products. His dvd’s were once year after year best sellers with Championship productions. He now has his own production company, GBAKE Productions.
His schedule is constantly filled with coaching clinic events such as the NCAA Men’s Final Four, Coaching U Live, NIke USA clinics, FIBA clinics, AAU clinics, and HS association clinics.
His leadership, charisma, compassion and thinking outside the box has earned him a chance to have his own basketball academy called Elevate Prep. It is a school that houses Prep and Post Grad players in Delray Beach Florida 6-9 months of the year. They have had over 100 division one, two, and JUCO college coaches come on campus to watch them practice, and over 100 college coaches have seen them play in games during the season.