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by Edge Basketball / Run by former NBA player Dee Brown
|.Edge Basketball Training Facility |
| EDGE BASKETBALL has a comprehensive curriculum to address the needs of players at all ages and skill levels. |
Whether you are in middle school or are a pro, they have a training program for you.
Unlike most private training programs, which teach by the hour, their curriculum is structured to take the player through the entire development process and provide cohesion between individual skill development, team skill development, and controlled competitive play.
EDGE BASKETBALL's ability to provide everything a player needs under one-roof separates its training curriculum from anything else out there. They go beyond just on-court basketball training so that their players can maximize their abilities while managing the time, money and stress it normally takes to meet all development needs.
|.Dee Brown, the CEO |
| || Dee Brown is the CEO & President of the EDGE BASKETBALL, LLC. Dee will focus his training with athletes that would like to take their mental and physical attributes to the next level. Dee has had a very successful NBA career and has many years of experience in training new upcoming pro athletes. |
Dee is the CEO and President of Deelightful Inc. and is a Partner of Champions Sports Complex of Orlando, a 100,000 square foot rental facility which houses 4 indoor wood basketball courts, 8 volleyball courts, outdoor football field, indoor baseball field and batting cages. It also has a full service restaurant, and rehabilitation center. Dee is also VP of C5D, Inc, a non-profit private foundation dedicated to the development of Character, Citizenship, Competency, Commitment and Christianity through mentoring via athletic training and promotions.
Dee played 12 years in the NBA for the Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors and Orlando Magic.
Won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 1991.
Worked in the front office of the Orlando Magic after retiring in 2002.
Coached the Orlando Miracle of the WNBA.
Became an NBA analyst for ESPN after winning ESPN's Dream Job in 2005.