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Coach G has coached high school basketball for over 30 years

Over 730 Wins
6 State Titles
14 District titles

1 National Title
8 time coach of the year awards
6 time final four appearances  
2 time Texas AllStar Coach
McDonalds all American Coach nominee.

Coach G

Daniel is a passionate athlete and coach who played for Dripping Springs High School. He was a McDonald’s All American nominee, was invited to the Nike LeBron James Skills Academy and Vince Carter Nike Skills Academy, and was ranked in the ESPN Top 100 players in the 2010 class. He played 2 years at Texas A&M and 3 at Grand Canyon University where he graduated with a degree in Film, Screenwriting and Acting. He played professionally for 3 years in various countries overseas and played 2 seasons in the NBA G-League where he was part of the 2018 championship Austin Spurs. He has been helping coach the warriors for over a year now and is thankful to be involved in the process of training young players in mind and physical skill to reach their God given potential. 

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Daniel Alexander

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Rich Smith

Rich grew up in Indiana following the Hoosiers of IU, completing his first two years of H.S basketball in Indiana where his school routinely played against Milan H.S. (Hickory from the movie Hoosiers) and finished his last two years of H.S. in Southern California. As a junior he was fortunate enough to play basketball for #1 ranked H.S. basketball team in CIF southern section and receive the Athletic Director’s award for outstanding achievement for Football, Basketball, Baseball, and was a member of his school’s conference champion basketball team as a senior.  He sites his H.S. coach, Richard Shibley, for instilling life skills learned via basketball that he still refers to, to this day. Rich coached 10 seasons of DSYSA basketball and has coached various youth football and baseball teams including a city championship in California and DSYSA championships in basketball and baseball. This is his 3rd year in the Warrior organization.

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Jason Crow

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