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Lance and his wife Cyndee have been happily married for 23 years. They have two wonderful sons, Joshua (19 yrs.old) and Jayden (16 yrs.old). The boys are both kind, loving, happy, affectionate, well-mannered children who are disciplined, focused, and excel in school, basketball and any endeavor they undertake.

Lance grew up in South Sacramento, and started playing basketball at age nine in a church league and eventually played for a competitive tournament team, eventually winning a state championship. He also played four championship years on the John F. Kennedy High School basketball team under some of the top mentors in the Sacramento area.

Lance has a business degree from California State University, Sacramento, and has worked for the State of California since 1993. Lance started coaching at Whitney High School in Rocklin, CA as the head Freshman coach in 2012, where he won a share of the league championship in his first season. He coached the Boys Freshman Basketball team to a 27-0 record in 2013-2014. And was moved to the Boys Head JV Coach for the 2014-2015 season, finishing in first place with an overall record of 22-4.

Lance is passionate about basketball and coaching the youth of today, and has led youth basketball teams of all ages (from preschool boys and girls to high school senior boys) for over ten years, as well as leading championship tournament teams at the high school club team level.

Lance and Cyndee own the I'm Possible Sacramento/Rocklin training location at Hardwood Palace. Lance is a certified skill enhancement trainer (certified by Micah Lancaster)and training center director for the I'm Possible Training program put together by NBA Skills Trainer Micah Lancaster.

Most importantly, he takes pride in being a devoted and dedicated husband and father whose #1 priority is his wife and children.

Cyndee grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii and moved to Sacramento after high-school to attend college. She received a degree in Psychology but never made it back to Hawaii to live. During her 1st semester at Sac. State, she met Lance and as they say, “the rest is history”. Although Cyndee left her “home” in Hawaii, the spirit of aloha is very much a part of her life and her ohana (Hawaiian for family). Lance, Cyndee and the boys try to make it back “home” to Hawaii once a year. Cyndee is a stay-at-home mom who feels very blessed that she has this title. Being able to stay home with the kids and raise them without outside help is a major accomplishment. The benefits and positive impact it has had on their children and their entire family dynamic is second to none. Cyndee is extremely thankful for her wonderful marriage and her beautiful children.

Family is the number one priority in their lives and everything they do, they do together as a family and for their family.

Aloha and Mahalo for reading about Lance, Cyndee and their ohana!

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