Kings Head Coach To Host Coaches Clinic Benefiting The Dave Joerger Foundation During Live Practice
Sacramento, CA. – Coaches and fans are invited to be a part of the second installment of Dave Joerger’s Coaches Clinics Oct. 28 during a live Sacramento Kings practice at the team’s Golden 1 Center training facility.
Joerger and other professional coaches from the NBA, G-League and NCAA will engage with attendees and provide insights, commentary and interactive activities designed to impart coaching knowledge to basketball coaches of all levels. Hosted on the Kings state-of-the-art training courts, participants will have an opportunity to talk hoops and share valuable information, with proceeds benefiting the Dave Joerger Foundation.
“We are excited to host our second Coaches Clinic at our practice facility with the guys participating and appreciate all the support from the Kings Organization,” said Joerger, “I honestly don’t know if this has been done before and open to the public. We are proud to be offering this unique event right here in Sacramento.”
Presenting partner of the clinic, Shingle Springs Rancheria, shares the vision of the Foundation. “The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians is proud to partner with the Dave Joerger Foundation to provide experiences for youth that they may not otherwise have,” said Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Chairman Nicholas Fonseca. “We are excited to work with Coach Joerger to extend our impact in our communities together.”
Added Joerger: “I am honored to partner with Shingle Springs Rancheria and Chairman Nicholas Fonseca to create more unique experiences for our youth. This partnership continues the foundation’s commitment to tribes across the country and we appreciate the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians sharing our vision.”
ABOUT THE DAVE JOERGER FOUNDATION
With a focus on community development and opportunity, the Dave Joerger Foundation, founded in 2014, is committed to providing opportunities for youth to experience the leadership and camaraderie that unique experience and sports have to offer. For more about events and activities please visit www.davejoergerfoundation.org
SHINGLE SPRINGS BAND OF MIWOK INDIANS
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians (Tribe) is a federally recognized Tribe located in El Dorado County, Calif. With more than 1,200 employees, the Tribe is one of the area’s largest employers. Its diverse enterprises include Red Hawk Casino, the Shingle Springs Health & Wellness Center, the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families multi-county program, and Express Fuel. As part of its core philosophy, the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians works to support the community through an aggressive program of financial contributions, partnerships and involvement. The Tribe embraces its leadership role in building stronger, healthier communities.