Dante Lewis was an above average player in high school that worked on his game day in and day out to master his craft and become the best he could be to improve his game within basketball. But as he trained tirelessly he soon realized that the work he put in never fully translated for the results he needed for in-game success. As he went up to play at higher levels of basketball playing at Whatcom Community College and Division-2 University of Hawaii at Hilo he realized the importance of making your workouts as game-like as possible. After all, that is what we are training for, the game! Dante took this lesson and applied it to his basketball training where game-like drills and skills result in unwasted hours. He joined Drew Hanlen, Famous NBA Skills coach and Pure Sweat basketball, mentorship program and has constantly been learning from him and his team. He has gotten the opportunity to help assist NBA teams with him as well. Being able to assist in workouts with players like Bradley Beal, Jason Tatum, Zach Lavine, RJ Barrett and other NBA Pro’s as well. Dante also is a part of PGC basketball as a Basket Instrutor where he has helped hundreds of kids improve their game! He also worked as an assistant basketball coach at Lake Stevens high school, and has connections with high school and college coaches. He is from the Snohomish County area and lives in north Seattle and wants to keep helping to improve the value of others through the game of basketball.