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Bryce played division 1 basketball at George Mason University. In 2011 he helped the Patriots reach the Sweet Sixteen where they were eliminated by Boston Celtic Jared Sullinger’s Ohio State Buckeyes.
"I coach to find young players who share my passion for the game."
Bryce's favorite movie is Remember the Titans.
Kareem grew up playing basketball in New York where he developed a life long passion for the game. After being a star player in high school, he became a division II college player, which only furthered his love for the game. Kareem has spent over 5 years coaching the game at various levels and his spirit and passion for the game make him one of our most valuable coaches.
"I love the game, and I enjoy doing everything I can to help a kid achieve their goals."
Kareem's favorite player is Carmelo Anthony.
After growing up in Short Hills New Jersey, Jesse attended the famous Oak Hill Academy to help him achieve his dream of becoming a Division I basketball player. There he played with some of the best players in the country and he competed for a high school national championship. Jesse then received a Division I scholarship to play at Monmouth University, where he was a key member of their team.
"I still love playing and being out on the court. There is nothing better than helping a kid reach his goals."
Tracy McGrady and 10 other NBA players attended Jesse's high school, Oak Hill Academy.
Jordan was a high scoring guard at Solomon Schechter in New Jersey before attending Ithaca College. At Ithaca he became the third all time leading scorer, while leading the school to the NCAA tournament 3 times. After college Jordan played professionally in Israel before moving back to the New York area.
"It's my favorite game and I still love to be connected any way I can."
In Israel Jordan's Team Ramat Hashoron won an Israel League basketball championship.