Sean Sonderleiter earned a full athletic scholarship to the University of Iowa and was a four year letter winner. His first year he helped his team win the Big Ten Tournament Championship, which led to a NCAA Tournament bid and a first round win. After college he started a skill development company (Overtime Sports) and coached AAU basketball for two years. He then began his professional career by playing 2 years in Australia, the top league in Germany, 3.5 years in the NBA-Development League (where he was coached by one of the greatest college basketball players of all time Christian Laettner), Qatar and Korea. He worked relentlessly on his skill development which was rewarded by a short stint with the New Orleans Hornets. After retiring from professional basketball Sean has dedicated his time and efforts to helping up and coming basketball players get the proper training and coaching needed to succeed in modern day basketball.
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