Player-Coach Developmentby Chris Kreider
Coach Chris Kreider explains how everything in development is a process. He explains five processes you need for successful and healthy development for coaches and players. He discusses how honesty is one of the most important aspects of building the foundation of the player-coach relationship. He also gives advice incoming coaches do not want to miss.
Chris Kreider, Georgia State University Assistant Coach
Chris Kreider has more than 15 years of coaching experience at multiple different levels of basketball. Some of his skills besides coaching include being proficient in recruiting and scouting. While at Rice he helped secure a recruiting class that ranked 3rd best in the conference. His ability to recruit and scout for college basketball teams he has been the head coach has made him an extremely valuable asset to these basketball programs. Kreider also has head coaching experience in the high school arena as well, coaching 4 years for two different high school teams. He has mastered player and coach development which helps boost team morale overall and helps get the most out of his players and coaches on and off the court.
|University of Great Falls Head Coach||2002-2003|
|St. Francis High School MBB and WBB Head Coach||2003-2006|
|USC Aiken Head Coach||2006-2007|
|George Mason Head Coach||2008-2012|
|Rice Head Coach||2015-2017|
|Georgia State University Assistant Head Coach||2019-Present|