1. Tim Hardaway - Olympic Gold medal Winner, Miami HEAT and NBA All-Star

  2. Chancellor Dugan - Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Florida Atlantic University

  3. Bill Bryant - NCAA Recruiting & Eligibility Administrator

  4. Rocky Gillis - Broward County School Board Athletic Administrator

  5. Dr. Debra Trigoboff  - Exercise & Sport Science Expert

  6. Susan Chu - Former NCAA and SEC Basketball Official

  7. Wade Edmond - Former National H.S. Coach of the Year

  8. Julio Magrisso - Parks & Recreation Administrator, City of Miami Beach

  9. Tony Fryer - Director, The Troy Fryer Foundation

We value the opinions of experts in the fields of teaching, coaching and community service.

The individuals on our advisory board provide both guidance and inspiration for our organization!



1on1 Basketball Academy operates programs for several entities has worked in conjunction with 

the parks and recreation departments of several cities in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Collier & Lee Counties.

1on1 also works with players and teams from middle schools, high schools, and recreation leagues including:


The following are some of the organizations we belong to or advocate.

We suggest visiting their websites as they contain information  that may be valuable in your athletic endeavors - or just take a look for fun! 


Duje Krstulovic  

(pronounced Doo ih)

Olympic Gold Medal winner, also won gold in both the European and World Championships as part of the Yugoslavian National Team. Accomplished coach in Croatia and Sweden. Featured speaker at numerous camps in the USA and around the world.


Adam Filippi

International basketball player, coach, and scout. Named one of Italy's most powerful people in basketball in 2004. His work has taken him to nearly 40 countries including Africa, Russia, Japan and China. Founder of Global Vision Scouting, a service utilized by 9 NBA teams including the Miami Heat. Currently serves as Director of International Scouting for the L.A. Lakers.


Don Kelbick  

Former head coach and athletic director of Keene State University for 12 years. An assistant coach at several colleges including Hofstra, Marist, and FIU. In 2005 he was named general manager for the Brevard Blue Ducks of the USBL, Served as Head Coach of the Miami Tropics F.I.B.A. team and has served as an NBA scout for the New York Knicks.  


Essie Hollis

NBA career includes being drafted by the New Orleans Jazz and playing for the Detroit Pistons where he was coached by popular ESPN announcer Dick Vitale. Collegiate standout at St. Bonaventure where he was part of the 1977 NIT National Championship Team. Illustrious international basketball career playing in Italy and Spain. Over 15 years teaching career, currently with the Broward County School Board.

Laquanda Dawkins

Former Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at the University of Iowa and former North Carolina Tar Heel who played from 94'-99.'

During that span North Carolina won 3 ACC Championships and the 1994 NCAA National Championship.

Kenny Bellinger


                              Head Men's Basketball Coach, Florida Memorial College. Lead team to post season tournament and best record in recent years.





South Florida Cities & Areas



University Park

Miami Beach

Key Biscayne

Miami Lakes

Fort Lauderdale




Coral Springs


Boca Raton 

Boynton Beach

West Palm Beach 




Florida Gulf Coast Univ.



Gulliver Prep

Ransom Everglades

Cardinal Gibbons           

St. Thomas Aquinas

North Broward Prep

Dade Christian






Tamiami League

Hammocks League

Boca Hoops

Coral Springs Basketball Club

Optimist League

Beth Am League

Salvation Army

PAL - Police Athletic League

We Exist to Help the Worldwide Basketball Community!

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