Galen Duncan of the Sacramento Kings | Professional Development in Sports

Galen Duncan of the Sacramento Kings | Professional Development in Sports

A true leader for athletes on and off the court. Today we are chatting with Galen Duncan, VP of Professional Development for the Sacramento Kings. In this episode, we discuss NBA Super Teams and the Kings Way. 

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Galen works with the Kings players inside the Kings Academy program with a focus on players maturing into well-rounded professionals on and off the court.    

He previously was the Senior Director of Player Development for the Detroit Lions.  

Galen had a lot to say about leadership and mentorship, and of course helping others on their journey. 

Galen’s success and leadership on and off the court have us excited to feature him on the SportsEpreneur Podcast.

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