Colorado State University coaches, Larry Eustachy and Steve Barnes coach the Bahamas National Team. Barnes commented that “creating the ranking system will allow us to identify future members of the National team and support their ongoing success”. The Bahamas Top 50 Camp will be led by NBA Hall of Fame Player, Alex English and Carmelo Anthony’s High School Coach, Mike Daniel. Daniel currently coaches at New Town High School in Owings Mills, Maryland. The athletes are invited to participate in three (3) days of drills, training and games during the camp. The NCAA certification application is pending approval as the Bahamas Basketball Federation as its supporters is confirming participation of Division 1 coaches and scouts.
Athletes will receive notification this week of their recognition and an invitation to the Top 50 Camp this July. A press conference will be held in the Bahamas on April 14th to announce the Top 50 and the upcoming program. The camp will take place at the Kendal G. L. Issacs National Gymnasium in Nassau, Bahamas. Committee members of The Bahamas International Coaches Clinics, and Bahamas Global Sports Foundation led the development of the new ranking system and planning of the “Bahamas Top 50 Basketball Camp”. Companies Interested in sponsorship or event information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org / or call (786) 763-3775.
About the Bahamas Basketball Federation
www.bahamasbasketballfederation.com The BBF serves to exercise a leadership role in the promotion and development of the sport of basketball in The Bahamas. It has been leading the basketball movement as delegated by FIBA Americas and CONCENCABA, through programs and services for all levels of athletes, participants, leaders and volunteers. The BBF is also responsible for The Bahamas National Team participation in the CBC championships. The BBF joined the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) in its founding year in 1981. The BBF was formally recognized by The International Basketball Federation (FédérationInternationale de Basketball) (FIBA) in 1962.