About Coach Christian Yeung

Coach Christian Yeung joins the “Play Smarter Basketball” family while he is in his 3rd season as the head basketball coach of his alma mater, Hollencrest Middle School, in West Covina, CA.  During his time with the Huskies, Yeung has led his team to a 21-2 overall record, which includes league championships and two undefeated seasons (2013, 2015).
He began coaching youth basketball in 2008 and since then has traveled all over the United States teaching basketball under NBC Basketball Camps, where he served as the site director for his own overnight basketball camp in Arizona.
Yeung played Division I basketball at the University of California – Riverside.  After playing for the Highlanders and graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2009, Yeung traveled to China to compete in the Super Kung Sheung Cup.  As the starting point guard, he led his team to an international championship under Coach Richard Marquis Sr. Christian would later play basketball throughout Asia and play professionally in Mexico.
In 2010 he was named the Red Bull “King of the Rock” of Los Angeles where he won a 64-man single elimination 1-on-1 basketball tournament.  He competed in the national championships that took place on Alcatraz Island (San Francisco, CA) for two consecutive years (2010, 2011), which were both nationally televised on Fox Sports and CBS.
A native to West Covina, California, Yeung played varsity basketball for the Bulldogs at West Covina High School.  He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.