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Kyle Julius


D.O.B: June 20, 1979
Nationality: Canadian / Italian (Mother Italian. Obtained Italian Passport in Aug 2004)
Languages: English / French
2017 October – Present
Head Coach – Saigon Heat ASEAN Basketball League
•Cultural rebuilding assignment
•Qualified for playoffs
• Lead team to best record in franchise history 10 and 10
•Set league record for most 3’s made in league history
•Set league record for most 3’s made in a regular season game and a playoff game
2017 July
Head Coach – 3D Global Sports Canada William Jones Cup Tournament
•Champions at the 39th William Jones Cup
•Winning the prestigious 39th William Jones Cup in dominant fashion, finishing the
tournament with a record of 8 wins and 1 loss.
2016 – 2017
Head Coach – London Lightning National Basketball League of Canada
2016/2017 NBLC Coach of the Year and League Champion
•Season Record 46-7
•Set League Record: for most Coach of The Month Awards
•Set League Record: best record in history of the league
•Set League Record: longest winning streak in history of the league – 17 games
•Set League Record: longest playoff winning streak in history of the league – 8 games
•Set League Record: for Made 3’s in a game – 24
•Recruited and developed ROYCE WHITE former first round NBA draft pick
2015 – 2016
Head Coach – London Lightning National Basketball League of Canada
• Record 36-20
• Lead League in Scoring 111.5ppg
• Set Multiple league and Franchise records
• Regular Season Division Champions
• Play Off Conference Champions
• 2nd Place Finish. Lost Game 7 of National Championship on the road in Halifax
• Recruited All League player Stephen Maxwell
• Changed culture from previous season where the team was 53.5% and lost in first round
of the play offs

2014- 2015
Head Coach – Mississagua Power National Basketball League of Canada
• Record 7-25
• League lowest budget
• Won franchise first ever play off game
• Lead the league in scoring 109.6ppg
• Franchise and league record 22 made 3’s in one game
• Recruited All League Defensive player Marcus Capers
• Recruited All League All Star Omar Strong, Travis Releford
• Developed a detailed understanding of player salaries and how to recruit top notch talent
for affordable prices
2008 – Present
Skill and Development Professional *A* Game Hoops
• Built *A* Game Hoops into the premier developmental systems for basketball players in
• Developed over 50 Canadian high school players to NCAA D1 Scholarships.
• Developed and trained over 100 professional players including multiple NBA players such
as Andrew Wiggins, Tyler Ennis, Joel Anthony, Andrew Nicholson, Anthony Bennett,
Kevin Pangos and Andrea Bargnani.
• Worked with, developed and trained 67 Canadians currently playing professionally in
• Guest coach and guest speaker to an average of 5000 athletes annually across North
America at camps and clinics for North Pole Hoops.
• Trained and developed Andrea Bargnani of the Toronto Raptors for 4 weeks during the
NBA lockout prior to the start of the 2011/2012 NBA season. He started the season
scoring 23.5 ppg prior to getting hurt. That was considered the best start of his NBA
• Formulated a consistent system to incorporate video analysis and video break down into
all workouts and games.
• Sent and prepared players to NBA Pre-Draft workouts with the Toronto Raptors in the
summer of 2014 / 2015.
2010 – Present
Head Canadian Skill and Development Trainer North Pole Hoops
• Built and formulated development workouts/curriculum and classroom sessions for all
exposure camps across the country in Halifax, Edmonton, Toronto, and Hamilton.

2012 London Lightning NBLC Canada
2006-2007 Cyprus Super League, Apollon Limassol, League Finalist, 2nd place
2005-2006 Italian Second Dvision, Fabriano/Reggio Calabria
2004-2005 Italian First Division, Roseto Sharks, Head Coach Neven Spahjia
2004-2005 Treviso Summer League, Italy, 16 ppg
Canadian National Team
2005 Canadian National Team (Summer 2005) Men’s Senior National Team
2005 World University Games Team (captain), Fissu Izmir, Turkey
2000-2004 University Of Guelph
• 2003 National Silver Medalist
• 2003 National Tournament All-Star
• 2004 All-Canadian
• Multiple OUA All-Star
• 2nd All Time leading scorer in school history (played only 3 years)
• Team captain
• 2004 University of Guelph Athlete of the Year
1998-2000 Furman University, Division 1, Southern Conference NCAA
• Full Scholarship Athlete
• 1998/1999 NCAA Southern Conference All Rookie Team
1997-1998 Cathedral High School Hamilton, Ontario
• OFSAA AAA Champions
• Undefeated Season
• Best High School Team in Canada

• 2001-2004 Bachelor of Arts Sociology, University of Guelph (Ontario, Canada)
• 1998-2000 Liberals Arts, Furman University (Greenville South Carolina)
• 1997-1998 Cathedral High School (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)