About Coach Henderson
Duez has a history of high level, competitive basketball. As a player for the Iowa Hawkeyes from 1998-2002, he was a two-year starter and team captain. As a freshman, the Hawkeyes advanced to the Sweet Sixteen where they were beaten by eventual NCAA Champion, University of Connecticut. As a junior, Duez helped Iowa to a 23-12 overall record and the 2001 Big Ten Tournament Championship. The Hawkeyes received an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament and eventually lost to Kentucky in the second round. Following an outstanding college career, Duez played professionally in Germany for six years. As a professional player in Germany, he led the league in scoring and rebounding four times. During his final year in Germany, Duez served as head coach for Basketball Club USC Leipzig.
Duez now leads Henderson Basketball Training – www.hendersonbasketballtraining.com.