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#8 Sports Talk ― Shawn Dennis on the Challenge of Building Winning Culture with Nagoya

In his first season in Nagoya, the Australian bench boss has put his stamp on the Diamond Dolphins and elevated expectations for the B. League club.

Listen in as veteran basketball coach Shawn Dennis of the B. League’s Nagoya Diamond Dolphins shares stories about his playing days in Australia, love of competition and camaraderie in sports, and trademarks of his approach to coaching.

Dennis weighs in on the growth of the B. League since its launch in 2016. It’s his first year in Nagoya and he shares perceptions about his team as the playoffs approach, while also providing an insider’s look at favorite Yuta Tabuse’s popularity throughout the country.


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Author: Ed Odeven

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