About Coach Boidock
One chapter from the Hoop Kitchen story. From the Boulder, CO days (note: it's pronounced "Boy-dock").
Coach Billy Boidock hails from Plano, Texas, and as a young player was a member of the first North Texas Home School boys basketball team based in Dallas. After winning a state championship during his senior season at Bishop Lynch HS, Coach Boidock won a walk-on spot to play at the University of Colorado after winning a 1-on-1 contest at the Buffaloes summer basketball camp. He went on to play point guard for the Buffaloes from 2002-2006, and was a member of an NCAA tournament team during this time. While in Boulder, Boidock played with two future NBA players - Chris Copeland and David Harrison (both Indiana Pacers) - and was also a member of the Mechanical Engineering department's 4.0 Club and the All-Big 12 Academic First Team.
After coaching high school basketball at Rocky Mountain HS in Ft. Collins, Colorado, Boidock joined Coach Johnny Dawkins' staff as a graduate assistant while he completed his MBA at Stanford. While on the Farm, the Stanford team Coach Boidock worked with featured three future NBA players - Dwight Powell (Dallas Mavericks), Josh Huestis (Oklahoma City Thunder), and Anthony Brown (Los Angeles Lakers).
Coach Boidock later joined the Golden State Warriors front office, serving as Special Assistant to the President for several years. During his time in Oakland, the Warriors won the 2014-2015 NBA Championship. After an amazing ride at the Warriors, Coach Boidock left to launch Hoop Kitchen in 2015, and currently teaches elite High School player development classes - as well as beginning basketball lessons - to players around the Bay Area.