Accomplishments

  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball U15 Elite I runner-ups in Elite Gold Division at Las Vegas Classic.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball Founder Pasha Bains named to Bio-Steel All Canadian Game Selection Committee.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball product Miguel Tomley invited to the Tony Wroten Camp in Seattle, WA.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball launches Girls Club Program beginning in the Fall.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball hosts NBA Dunk Champion Zach Lavine at the Richmond Oval.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball wins KitsFest HS Division for 3rd straight year.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball U15 Elite I runner-up at NW Premier Summer Showcase in Seattle, WA.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball U15 Elite I win the prestigious Rose City Showcase in Portland, Oregon.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball U16 Elite I advance to the ‘Sweet 16’ of the Las Vegas Classic. 
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball product Matthew Neufeld signs with St.Louis University (NCAA).
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball products Matthew Neufeld & Jadon Cohee play for Canada at Jr. Worlds.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball U15 Elite I win the NW Premier Spring Showcase in Seattle, WA.
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball product Baltej Sohal wins MVP as Burnaby South wins the Gr. 8 Provincials
  • 2015: DRIVE Basketball product Jauquin Bennett-Boire wins MVP as Yale wins the ‘AAAA’ Provincials.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball U15 Elite I & U13 Elite I Champions of Wildcat Shootout in Seattle in Nov.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball U15 Elite I & U13 Elite I Champions of Swizzle Dizzle in Seattle in Nov.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball U14 Elite I & U12 Elite I runner-ups of Swizzle Dizzle in Seattle in Nov.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball U12 Elite I, U13 Elite I & II, U14 Elite I Champions of Blaine Shootout in Nov.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball celebrates 10 years of the program. 
  • 2014: DRIVE & CIA Bounce announce affiliate partnership.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Mindy Minhas wins BC MVP as Winston Churchill wins the Provincials.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Jadon Cohee becomes 3rd all-time leading scorer in BC Tournament History.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball repeats as Champions of Kitsfest.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Alex Coote wins MVP as West Point Grey wins the ‘A’ Provincials.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Matthew Neufeld wins MVP as Lambrick Park wins the ‘AA’ Provincials.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Mindy Minhas named BC Player of the Year at the BBC Awards.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Luka Lizdek named MVP as Kits wins the Gr. 9 Provincial Championship.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball products Jadon Cohee & Mindy Minhas named to the Province’s “Head of the Class”.
  • 2014: DRIVE U15s make the Elite 8 at the Las Vegas Bigfoot Classic defeating Mac Irvin Fire (Chicago).
  • 2014: DRIVE U15s def AAU powerhouses Superior Athletes, Seattle Rotary, EBC Elite, Texas D1 Ambassadors.
  • 2014: DRIVE U16s win the GOLD Division at the Double Pump Classic in Anaheim.
  • 2014: DRIVE U17s def AAU powerhouses NW Panthers & Friends of Hoop.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball featured in the Globe & Mail story titled, “B.C. basketball club eyes Western conquest.”
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball featured on CBC News.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Jermaine Haley commits to Washington after a tremendous summer.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball product Tristan Etienne named to the Canadian Jr. National Team.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball products Jadon Cohee & Matthew Neufeld invited to Canada Jr. National Camp.
  • 2014: DRIVE Basketball hosts Harlem Globetrotter Firefly.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Jadon Cohee wins BC MVP as Walnut Grove wins the Provincials.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Jermaine Haley wins BC Jr. MVP as Burnaby South wins the Jr. Provincials.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Jadon Cohee signs with NCAA Division I Seattle University.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Jadon Cohee works out with NBA Legend Steve Nash.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Mindy Minhas signs with CIS UBC.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Luka Zaharijevic signs with CIS UBC.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Tristan Etienne featured on City TV’s “Athlete of the Week.”
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Tristan Etienne signs with NCAA Division I University of Washington.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball product Manroop Clair named to the Canadian Jr. National Team.
  • 2013: DRIVE Basketball products Jermaine Haley, Tristan Etienne, Taylor Browne, Mindy Minhas invited TBI.
  • 2013: DRIVE wins Kitsfest.
  • 2013: DRIVE U17s win the Northwest Premier Spring Showcase in Seattle, Washington.
  • 2013: DRIVE U17s win the H-Town Bigfoot Classic in Houston, Texas.
  • 2012: DRIVE Basketball wins Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Awards.
  • 2012: DRIVE Basketball product Manroop Clair signs with NCAA Division I University of Hawaii.
  • 2012: DRIVE Basketball product Manroop Clair attends Huntington Prep with future NBA #1 pick Andrew Wiggins.
  • 2012: DRIVE U16s win the Rosecity Showcase in Portland, Oregon.
  • 2012: DRIVE U16s make the final in Battle in Seattle.
  • 2012: DRIVE U16s make the final of the Northwest Summer Showcase in Seattle.
  • 2011: DRIVE Basketball moves into the Richmond Olympic Oval and holds Press Conference hosted by the Mayor.
  • 2011: DRIVE Basketball featured on Global BC.
  • 2011: DRIVE U17s def AAU powerhouse Friends of Hoop at the Northwest Summer Showcase in Seattle.
  • 2011: DRIVE U17s make the semi-finals of the Las Vegas Classic.
  • 2010: DRIVE moves into the old Vancouver Grizzlies practice court at Gold’s Gym.
  • 2010: DRIVE U16s make the final of the Las Vegas Invitational.
  • 2010: DRIVE repeats as Kitsfest Champions.
  • 2009: DRIVE Basketball product Emerson Murray signs with NCAA Division I University of California.
  • 2009: DRIVE Basketball product Emerson Murray leads St. Georges to the BC Provincial Championship.
  • 2009: DRIVE Basketball product Emerson Murray invited to the All-Canada Classic.
  • 2009: DRIVE Basketball product Emerson Murray named to the Canada Jr. National Team.
  • 2009: DRIVE wins Kitsfest inaugural tournament.
  • 2009: DRIVE Basketball launches own Summer Tournament called “DRIVE Classic” held at UBC.
  • 2009: DRIVE U15s featuring Manroop Clair make the semi-finals of the Las Vegas Main Event.
  • 2008: DRIVE Founder Pasha Bains named “Best Player of the 1990’s” in the Vancouver Sun.
  • 2008: DRIVE Founders Pasha Bains & Chad Clifford featured in the Province business section.
  • 2007: DRIVE Basketball opens own 1/2 court gym called “DRIVE Fitness”.
  • 2004: DRIVE Basketball holds first camp called “DRIVE University” featured on Sportspage TV Show.

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