Meet the most amazing trainers in youth basketball.


Founded in 2010 by Pro point guard Camille LeNoir, True Point Guard is one of the most respected basketball companies in Southern California.

Camille LeNoir

Founder, Lead Trainer

  Coach Camille is a former point guard who received a scholarship to USC where she led the Trojans to 2 NCAA appearances and scored over 1,000 points in her career. She was a WNBA draft pick for the Washington Mystics and continued her pro career in Greece. Internationally, she was the 2nd leading scorer in their conference, Guard of the Year, and on the All-Defensive Team. When she is not on the courts training, she is on the sidelines as an Assistant Coach for Bishop Montgomery girl's Varsity team. 

Robbie Sprague

Inner Game Specialist

Coach Robbie designed the Mind Grind program to teach True Point Guard players how to win the inner game in order to reach their full potential. She instructs each athlete on how to overcome limiting beliefs, fears, lack of self-confidence, and injuries through mental training. Coach Robbie is passionate about building relationships with parents and enjoys sharing laughs and wisdom to develop athletes with strong character. 



basketball player shooting a jump shot inside of a gym.


Through personal and on-court mental training from our Sports Psychologist, your athlete will gain the tools to help them overcome the mental barriers that keep them from performing well when the game lights turn on. 

high school basketball player dribbling around a cone.

leadership matters 

As basketball coaches, we know what makes a player standout: The intangibles. Leadership. Spirit. Hustle. Precision. Communication. Humility. These attributes will help your athlete stand out in front of coaches. But more importantly, these qualities will remain with them for life. Thus, making you a proud parent! 

female basketball player staring at her basketball post workout.

always compete

We create personalized workouts and drills that are competitive, fun and challenging. Your athlete will learn to develop good basketball habits through routine, mistakes, encouragement and competition.