A high school basketball team manager hit an incredible buzzer beater in his first game. By Allen Kim, CNN. Updated 4:48 PM ET, Tue February 4, 2020 .
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According to the USA today, a basketball manager is an individual who performs numerous tasks in support of the team coaches during scouting, practices and games. In general, basketball managers perform duties such as managing the equipment, handling the laundry and keeping players hydrated.
The basketball manager will set up all the equipment and water for the players to use. The manager will then assist the coach by giving directions during drills and games. Sometimes the manager will even participate in the drills. For example, the manager may guard a player so that player can work on dribbling skills and how to shoot under pressure.
Team Manager Duties. A Manager’s job is to maintain the general running of a team to free the coach to concentrate on the coaching and training aspects of the team. A Manager should also be a liaison person between team/coach/parents/ information officers and the office administration. Team Mangers work closely with the Coach to bring about a high level of team spirit & camaraderie within the team and with all other members of the Club.
Daniel Lucke, a senior on the team, played in a game on Senior Night at Pace Academy.
In his first game, Pace Academy high school basketball manager Daniel Lucke scored a 3-pointer leading to a viral moment for the Atlanta private school and the Notre Dame-bound teen.
Daniel Lucke, an 18-year-old manager for a high school basketball team in Georgia, made a movie-worthy shot when he was put in on Senior Night. Source: CNN Trending Now (15 Videos)
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