For nearly 2 decades, Dorian Lee has been considered one of the foremost authorities in basketball player development. Having worked with over 4,500 athletes worldwide. Our clientele represents a who’s who of basketball notables that include nationally ranked high school talent, elite college players, International, Olympic, WNBA, and NBA athletes. Dorian’s training is rooted in explosive movement, functional movement (movement that directly impacts in-game performance), quick release shooting, seamless transitional ball handling, explosive post play, and explosive finishing. Holding a degree in Health Science and a NESTA certified Speed, Agility, and Quickness trainer, Dorian incorporates cutting edge physiological research with his training techniques that offer athletes a complete explanation and understanding of what it is that they do and why it works.
Author of two of the best selling instructional DVDs, the Art of the Quick Release and Explosive Finishing Moves Dorian’s unique training style and techniques has been sought out by sports agencies and professional athletes from around the entire world. Having trained all levels in 6 countries, Dorian has been lead trainer for professional camps in Spain and France while serving as lead trainer for elite youth camps in Japan, France, Belize, and Colombia.
Few sports psychology consultants have acquired the extensive athletic accolades as Tamara has during her career. The all-time starts leader in Florida Gator history and former professional basketball player, Tamara spent seven years playing in the WNBA, Europe and Asia, before dedicating herself to understanding the science of how the brain influences athletic performance.
With more than 10 years of experience working with athletes, coaches and sports organizations, she continues to help athletes navigate, manage, and master the brain's neurological, emotional, and psychological messaging during athletic competition. Tamara works with athletes, parents and coaches, helping them master and optimize communication between the mind and body to improve performance and achieve individual, team and organizational performance goals.
One of the brightest, most explosive, and skilled guards that has come through our program. Literally no flaws from a skill standpoint. Legendary prep career. Finished his college career at Old Dominion, appearing in 20 games after starting his collegiate career at Tulane. An extremely gifted teacher, Keith, has been responsible for the ascension of several of B’Ball 101’s top prospects into national level rankings over the last 3 years.
Averaged 16.9 points, 4.2 assists, 3.6 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game while leading Miller Grove High School and coach Sharman White to a sixth straight 5A Georgia State Championship ... Posted 14.3 points, 4.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds as a junior... Scored 2,058 points in high school ... Earned first-team All-State and Player of the Year and first-team All-Region 6 as a senior ... Miller Grove finished his junior season with a 30-3 mark and went 28-5 during his senior campaign ... Was rated by ESPN and Hoopseen as the #1 point guard in the state of Georgia.
Graduated with a degree in business management from Old Dominion and is currently working on his Master’s in Biblical Studies. Graduated in the top 10 percent of his class at Miller Grove High School as a member of the Beta Club.
Tony Dukes, brings an extremely unique skill package to B’Ball 101. After serving as a player-development coach for more than five years under Dorian Lee and BBALL 101, designing and delivering basketball skill development programs for more than 1,000 amateur and professional athletes, Tony served as a graduate assistant with the University of Louisville’s Women’s basketball team, Player Development/Videography with the NBA G-League affiliate Lakeland Magic team, and player development/videography with the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA. Dukes’ primary responsibilities included player development of ALL positions, assisting with practice, opponent scouting, game preparation, recording/editing game/practice video, and helping with on-campus recruiting efforts (Louisville).
He began his collegiate career at Atlanta Metropolitan State College (Atlanta Metro) after a Hall of Fame career at Morrow High School, where he became only the third athlete in school history to have his jersey retired. While at Atlanta Metro, he was a first team all-region honoree and All-America candidate after ranking second in the region in scoring (19.0 points per game) and shooting 38 percent from 3. An academic qualifier out of high Dukes transferred from USC Upstate, where he made 18 starts at the Division I level and compiled a season-best 19 points on 5-of-5 shooting from 3-point range against Virginia in 2010. A two-time all-region honoree, Dukes played his final two seasons of college basketball at Clayton State. He averaged 10.3 points as a senior, shooting better than 38 percent from 3-point range in both his junior and senior campaigns.
The Morrow, Ga., native also has worked as a player-development coach for more than four years under Dorian Lee and BBALL 101, designing and delivering basketball skill development programs for more than 1,000 amateur and professional athletes.
Dukes graduated in 2013 from Clayton State with a bachelor’s degree in communication and media studies. He is finished his master’s degree in sport administration from Louisville in 2017.
There have been hundreds of success stories during our nearly two decade reign as the most complete player development company in the world. None of those stories are greater, however, than that of Denzail Jones. Standing 5’8”, Denzail shattered the myth that height matters in this game. Truly the heart of a champion. 3-Time Georgia High School Association State Champion at nationally ranked Norcross High School where he became a 3 year starter. As a NCAA All-American at Anderson University, Denzail still holds the conference tournament record for points in a game, with his 50 point outburst versus Newberry College in 2012 with an AMAZING 16 points in overtime. A gifted an amazing teacher who’s had tremendous success teaching ALL 5 positions. After an extremely successful run as CEO and Head of Player Development of Wulf Elite Sports, B’Ball 101 was fortunate enough to get him back to where it all began a a player and player development coach. Denzail will assist in the expansion of ALL locations, but primarily our Buckhead and Lawrenceville locations.
-2012 Division II Bulletin men’s basketball All-America Second Team
-South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year
-2012 Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Tournament Championship MVP
-Named to the 2012 NCAA Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team
-Earned First team All-South Atlantic Conference accolades
-Two-Time South Atlantic Conference Player of the Week
-Named to the SAC All-Tournament Team
-Named Daktronics Second-Team All Southeast Region
-Scored a SAC Championship-record 50 points in the double-overtime victory over Newberry in the tournament’s semifinals
Jasmine brings a ton of experience to the table as a player development coach, having worked directly under B’Ball 101 CEO, Dorian Lee, during her offseason over many years. Jasmine experienced a legendary high school career, taking Mill Creek to the Elite 8 as a freshmen. The All-State performer then transferred and played along side Asia Durr, leading St. Pius X to 2 consecutive Georgia High School Association State Championships. Jasmine signed with SEC power, the University of Georgia before suffering what was believed to be a career ending injury, Jasmine fought her way back with stints at USC-Aiken and Johnson C. Smith University. where she averaged 14 and 14.6 points per game, respectively while leading Johnson C. Smith to the CIAA Tournament semi-finals. Truly a remarkable story of persistence and resiliency.
Jasmine’s IQ, work ethic, tenacity, and passion makes her an incredible asset to the team.