Chris Corbett is a former writer for ThoughtCo. He holds the designation as a USA Basketball, Certified Development Coach. Chris received endorsements for his coaching and training programs from former NBA and WNBA players, other coaches, and NBA scouts. He grew up playing basketball on the playgrounds of Queens, New York and is a lifelong student of the game. Chris played collegiately at the University of Maine at Fort Kent and the University of Southern Maine.
Chris is the founder and player development trainer at Austin Youth Basketball, a training program for middle school thru college level players. He is a partner with BasketballHQ.com, a site offering videos on techniques and strategy for basketball enthusiasts. Chris is also the principal partner of CoachTube.com, giving dedicated players access to recorded coaching tips from master coaches around the sport. Concurrent with these other positions, Chris also founded and managed Buzzworthy Basketball Marketing which provides a platform for coaches wishing to open coaching businesses.
Chris Corbett grew up playing basketball on the playgrounds of Queens, New York and is a lifelong student of the game. Chris studied Political Science and Communications at the University of Southern Maine and the University of Maine. He played basketball for both schools.
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