Govinda Sharma an ace Basketball coach and former player intends to take FIBA 3×3 basketball to every nook and corner of India

Govinda Sharma Basketball coach
Govinda Sharma Basketball coach

Basketball coach Govinda Sharma dreams to make FIBA 3×3 basketball sports popular all across the country
Govinda Sharma is a big name in basketball in India. The reasons are obvious, he is the first
Indian to get FIBA 3×3 certified and also the first person to organise FIBA 3×3 endorsed in India. He is going great guns in his chosen field and is keen to set trends in the sporting community. Hailing from India, he was into a lucrative job working with top multinational companies. However, he gave up his high salary job after working with top brands in India and headed to pursue his dreams in basketball. He obtained his training in his chosen sports in Singapore and since then it was no looking back for him.
He played basketball in different places winning at different tournaments both at the national and international levels and soon entered into the domain of coaching. He is now the coach of Basketball and is more involved in FIBA 3×3 Certification in India. This makes him different from others. He is the only one player in the country to hold this certification, which speaks volumes about his expertise and experience in this domain. He has worked with international teams like the ones in the NBA. He is also the part of few state and national level basketball teams in India.
Govinda is the owner of the basketball sports academy called KAGA Basketball Academy in Delhi, Noida and now in Siliguri, his hometown. That’s not all, he intends to go a long way in this domain making the said format of Basketball popular in the country. He dreams to bring them all to all the nooks and corners of the country. He has embarked upon his own NGO called Sab Khelo Sports Foundation wherein he promotes handicap basketball players playing on wheelchairs. His main motto is to encourage FIBA 3×3 basketball format all across the country for which he is training the players in FIBA 3×3 format. He also trains the kids from the downtrodden and local communities as well without charging a single penny, which makes him different from others.