Deer Lakes basketball coach Parham doing instruction work in China

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Tuesday, July 3, 2018 | 6:39 PM


Terence Parham is taking another summer trip to China.

The Deer Lakes boys basketball coach left over the weekend to go to China for a second consecutive year of training and instruction work.

Last summer, Parham worked with the Women's Chinese Basketball Association developmental program and helped at the Xinjiang Flying Tigers' basketball camp. The Flying Tigers won the Chinese Basketball Association championship in 2017.

Parham, entering his fourth season at Deer Lakes, led the Lancers to their second consecutive WPIAL Class 4A playoff appearance in 2017. The former Shady Side Academy coach, a former multi-sport star at that school and Bucknell, also owns Triple Threat Training, a sports training company that operates out of Deer Lakes High School, Shady Side Academy and Clique Athletics in Edgewood.

Doug Gulasy is a Tribune-Review staff writer.

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