ASA Miami Hosting High School Basketball Team Camp

ASA Miami Hosting High School Basketball Team Camp

Sports Contact: J.T. Wilcox, Sports Information Director



Twitter/Instagram: @ASASilverStorm


May 29, 2019


HIALEAH, FL - ASA College-Miami men's basketball head coach Jean Dubuisson announced Monday that the program will host a high school team camp on June 1st and June 2nd at the Silver Storm's home arena – The Dent (Bucky Dent Gym).

The camp will host boys' basketball teams from around the South Florida area, guaranteeing each team a minimum of four full-court games over the span of the two days.

In addition to the full ASA Miami men's basketball staff being in attendance, various other college coaches have been invited.

Games will begin at 9 a.m. each day and fans are also welcomed to attend, with tickets on sale at the door – $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.

Dubuisson, who was recently promoted to Assistant Director of Athletics under Kenney Wilcox, said that hosting a team camp was a natural progression for the ASA Miami program.

"This is something that I wanted to do for some time now…I wanted to really connect ASA Miami with the South Florida high school basketball community," Dubuisson said. "I have to thank our AD, Ken Wilcox, for greenlighting this because I know it will be a successful event. Basketball in South Florida doesn't get the attention and resources that it deserves a lot of times. But there are so many great programs, great coaches, and great players right here in our backyard. By hosting a team camp, we provide a platform for those programs to not only get some extra work but also showcase what they have to offer."

12 teams will take the floor throughout the course of the inaugural team camp, and the docket features an excellent mix of established programs with legendary coaches along with a few up-and-coming programs under the direction new leadership.

Headlining the group is Fort Lauderdale Stranahan High School, a team that won its schools' first-ever state championship this past March. The Dragons and fourth-year head coach Terrence Williams won the Class 6A title with a roster that only featured three seniors and returns leading scorer Dave Herard and 6-foot-6 forward Inady Legiste.

Also participating will be Miami Norland, which is led by Lawton Williams III, Miami-Dade County's all-time leader in state championships won with six titles (2006, 2008, 2012-2015) along with South Miami High and 13-year head coach Robert Doctor.

A handful of teams with first-year head coaches will be camping with their squads: Mater Lakes Academy (Lance Tejada Sr.), Homestead South Dade High (Ian Kallusigh), and Davie Western High (Allen Hardy) are all set to participate.

Also participating will be Miami Coral Park, Fort Lauderdale High, Miami Dr. Krop High, Miami Senior High, Davie Nova High, and Rock United 17-Under team.

Dubuisson said he's excited to see all of the basketball action over the weekend.

"There's going to be some great basketball played over the two days," Dubuisson said. "We have some great teams signed up and I can't wait to watch all of it."