Coach Sam and LaRod Jones
Coaching Corps coach Sam Fein knows coaching can change lives. “Through coaching, you can give kids more confidence, raise their self-esteem and provide them with a chance to grow,” he says. One of the kids he is watching chart a path to success is 14-year-old LaRod Jones. LaRod says he ...
Desiree
Desiree is a 12-year-old soccer player at an afterschool sports program in Berkeley, CA. At a recent clear but cold Saturday soccer practice, she ran around with the other members of her co-ed team, stretching, practicing drills, and even getting in some scrimmage time. What’s her favorite part of ...
Luzy
For Luzy and her younger sister, growing up happy is easy. It is growing up safe, confident and healthy that is the challenge. On the walk home from school, Luzy passes liquor stores and drunken people in the streets. “I get really scared. People are drunk and do really dumb ...
Veronica
When she was 8 years old, Veronica saw coaches rallying on her school’s tennis courts. Clinging to the fence to get a closer look, she knew she had to play. That’s when Veronica got involved with Dexterity Sports and Literacy, a program in East Palo Alto, CA. She’s been ...

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Tune in to Comcast SportsNet, Friday February 6, 2015 at 7:30pm Pacific for the “Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards.” Attended by head coaches and managers from all six Bay Area professional sports teams, this unprecedented event will enable us to bring sports activities to more kids from underserved communities. Broadcast to feature a special, pre-taped shooting competition between the Warriors’ own Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson and Coach Steve Kerr in an epic game of C.O.A.C.H.

Friday, February 6, 2015

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