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                                          About Rick Penny

      Rick is known as one of the purest shooters, with the quickest release,
      to ever play the game. His shooting technique is timeless; it worked when
      he was younger (see Playing Days below) and it works today.

      •  988 of 1,000 free throws -- age 56

      •  490 free throws in a row -- age 50

      •  97 of 100 3pt. shots (top of the circle) 56 in a row -- age 50

      •  1774 of 2000 3pt. shots (top of the circle) -- age 50

      •  77 of 100 NBA 3pt. shots -- age 50

      Rick knows shooting! He has a unique ability to work with players of all
      ages (boys or girls) no matter their skill level. Coach Penny retired from
      coaching in 2000 and is now pursuing his passion...teaching shooting!
      As Rick puts it:

      "After retiring from coaching, I went to the gym and shot quite a bit just to pass
      the time and because it was fun. At some point ... I realized that basketball was
      still important, and it struck me that I could teach shooting and be in touch with
      the sport and kids. I decided to teach others to shoot the way I did. So, I
      analyzed my shooting mechanics and the
      One Motion Technique was born!"

      Playing Days

      Richardson High School - (1968 to 1971) Played for Jerry Stone.

      • All district two years (Jr. & Sr.)

      • All Greater Dallas two years (Jr. & Sr.)

      McMurry University - (1971 to 1975). Played for Hershel Kimbrell.

      •  NAIA All-American

      •  Leading scorer in school history with 2,296 points

      •  Senior year, field goal percentage was 60.9 percent (led the nation
      for guards), and averaged 24.4 points per game.

      •  Rick was invited to try out with the San Antonio Spurs.

      Coaching Days

      Assistant boys coach at:

      •  Klein Forest High School in Houston, Texas. Here he served under
      David Middleton, the 1979 THSCA South All-Star Coach.

      Head boys coach at:

      •  Stamford High School in Stamford, Texas

      •  Klein Oak High School in Spring, Texas (Rick was Klein Oak's first
      head coach, leading the Panthers to district titles in the first three
      years that they had seniors).

      •   Waco Midway High School in Hewitt, Texas

      •   Cy-Fair High School in Cypress, Texas

      •   Brady High School in Brady, Texas.
      ONE MOTION
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      Coach Penny and his wife Jane live in Early, Texas ...
      the world headquarters of
      One Motion Basketball.
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