Brandon Pierce began playing basketball at an early age growing up in Lake Charles, LA. He spent many hours on his home driveway working to become the best basketball player, but only until he dedicated his time with a private coach did he take his game to another level. From that point he went on to play professionally and is now utilizing his experience to teach the game of basketball throughout the world to our youth, collegians, and professionals through Hoops Lessons.
|"My son played on the Varsity at his private high school last year as a freshman, and is now the starting point guard. His weekly lessons with Brandon Pierce have made a huge contribution to his basketball success. That success has translated to other areas of his life as well. Brandon is a great coach, and role model." Steve Drake|
Coach Harrison is an athletic combo forward who is known for being a defensive stopper at multiple positions. Has good size for his position, excellent quickness and runs the floor extremely well. Good lateral movement in defense. Active rebounder at both ends of the floor. Improved his outside shooting dramatically since he left Rice University in 2006. Has a nice midrange game as well with a strong drive to the basket. Able to create mismatches due to his size and strength. Can post up and use his athleticism. Hard working, competative teamplayer. Won the Slam Dunk Contest at the Belarus All Star Game, early January 2010.
Coach Angelo's basketball career began as a sophomore on an undefeated Varsity Basketball team at Cypress Ridge High School, where he was a small forward averaging 12 points and playing a key role in the Rams deep playoff run in Texas. Coach Angelo continued his love for the game teaching basketball in private and group sessions at various elite basketball camps throughout the country.
Coach Harris grew up playing basketball in Baytown, TX. His love of the game and hard work provided him the opportunity to play basketball and receive a degree from Lamar University. He then went on to play professionally in Belgium.
Sulei recently played professionally for the NBA D - League Vipers . Sulei concluded his playing career at Rice as the school's all-time leader in games played ... played in 124 games over four-year career breaking the old mark of 121 set by Michael Harris (2001-05) and equaled by Morris Almond (2003-07). Started 40 games during career ... scored 542 points and had 376 rebounds during career (4.4 points per game and 3.0 rebounds a contest) ... finished career as a 50 percent shooter (221-442) ... 192 of his 376 career rebounds came on the offensive glass.