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Gwinnett Majic is returning for a winter mini season in the IBA! Tryouts will be September 6 and location will be announced soon. We will have another tryout Sept 20 or 27th in or around Gwinnett Area. Details will be updated soon.
The Gwinnett Majic were 2009,2010 and 2011 World Basketball Champions and are returning after a two year break.
News and Events
Dear Majic Campers,
This is coach Brandon and I wanted to email all the parents that enrolled in our Summer Hawks/Majic Clinic that are due a Hawks Ticket. I had to leave and take care of my dad and have been out of town for the last 4 and a half months for his health. I apologize for the delay and wanted to reach out to each parent via email and I will try and call each of you this week. I can still order the one free Hawks ticket and send via email. I also wanted to give you an option of attending one of our two Holiday Hoops Clinics at a discount price in place of the Hawks ticket. The free ticket is valued at $15 but I would give a $20 discount off the price of both of our Holiday Hoops Clinics during the winter break. If you attended both clinics you could save $40 or if you did not want to attend the clinics I can still order the ticket. If you would like me to order the ticket please send me a email back with your name, address, phone number and email address. If you would like a discount off the Holiday Hoops Clinics please visit our website and register at the regular price and then send me a email to email@example.com and I will credit your card back the $20 or $40 depending on what you sign up for. Once gain I apologize for the delay and I hope to see you at our 5th annual Holiday Hoops Clinics!
The Majic had 6 players in double digits in scoring and used to dedication to former player Marcus Brown who passed away in Feb as motivation. They were all focused from the tip said coach Brandon! You can always find ways to get off track or take things for granted when you have won 3 Championships in a row. This team is different said Coach Brandon. We have veteran players like BJ Puckett, Adrien Borders, Javon Randolph, Reggie Anderson and Wayne Arnold but we also have some new young guys right out of college with something to prove. First year player Brandon Obrien from Clark Atlanta who scored 30 Points and grabbed 8 rebounds went right to work and hats off to the veteran players who played unselfish and let him go to work.
"We saw a miss match and went right after it" said coach Brandon. The Majic also got solid games from Javon Randolph 21pts 8 assists and Wayne Arnold 22pts and BJ Puckett with 18 pts and 12 rebounds. Reggie Anderson and Antron Pippen also scored 11 each and Alex Weeks had 9 and a poster dunk that brought the crown to its feet in the 3rd quarter. On a night when you had a NBA playoff game 7 and a big fight the attendance was a little down but the fans that were there and DJ Joseph C bringing the beats along with one of our most talented teams its was fun from the start. This one was for Marcus Brown said Coach Brandon during the halftime tribute. If your free next Saturday and you want to watch one of the best Minor/Pro teams in the nation then come out to Bogan Park next Sat night at 7:30pm.
Last night was the first game coach David Akin was not on the sidelines for the Majic as he accepted a full-time job with Milton HS but Coach Steve Melnick stepped right in a coached great. The Majic travel to Rome GA next Friday to play the 2-0 Gladiators at Shorter College before our next home game next home game Sat at Bogan Park!
Gwinnett Majic owner Brandon Williams signs Dacula's BJ Puckett for 2012 season. BJ has won WBA MVP for three seasons in a row.
Majic Welcomes a new head coach - Steve Melnick
Gwinnett Majic would like to announce assistant coach Steve Melnick has been promoted to Head Coach effective immediately. Coach Steve has worked with the Majic program for two years now. Coach David Akin took a job with Milton HS a few weeks back so it opened the door for coach Melnick to step in. I don't think any of us were expecting Coach Akin to leave so quickly but we are proud of him and his new job at Milton. Steve has been helping me with Clinics for 4 years now and has done a little bit of everything in this organization. Steve knows what kind of program we run and knows most of the players and what they bring to the table. Steve has stepped up in the last few weeks since Dave has left and now it's his show. Once I hand the head coach duties over I will make comments and give advice but I let the coach make the moves and call the shots. I have full confidence Steve will guide this team to another title this year! Congratulations Coach Steve!
UPCOMING YOUTH CLINICS
FINAL REGULAR CLINIC!!! only $75!
Majic Summer 5 Day Skills Clinic #3
Ball Handling, Skills and Scrimmage Clinic July 16th - July 20th at Bogan Park Gym
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Each Child that attended any of our clinics in the past or this summer will be on the guest list for all of our games this season at Bogan Park Gym. Come join usas we go for our 4th WBA Championship! We have a live DJ at our games and a bunch of stuff for kids to do during the game. We also have a concession stand the #1 rated Minor league organization in the USA. Come out and check out the Majic as we look to add to our 34 and 5 record over the last three years and countless awards. Adults $6 and kids under 6 and free. Hope to see you soon! www.gwinnettmajic.com
Single Moms Sponsorship Program
Gwinnett Majic Single Mom Program
The Gwinnett Majic would like to introduce a program to help single moms in the area. If you know a single mom that cannot afford to put her kids in Summer Camp you can sponsor a boy or a girl for only $25 for the clinic. The $25 will go towards the $75 price and the Majic will take care of the rest. Your $25 will get the boy or girl 5 days in the clinic and a Gwinnett Majic Bag and Pizza on the last day of the clinic. This boy or girl will write the sponsor a thank you note in return. Please help a single mom today for this Mother's Day by sending her boy or girl to a Summer Clinic/Camp with the Gwinnett Majic. Please CLICK HERE TO DONATE
2012 Season Dedicated to Marcus Brown
The Majic Organization is dedicating 2012 season to former player Marcus Brown. Marcus passed away on Feb 27th 2012. Marcus was three time Champion of the Gwinnett Majic and was the director of Pro Skills Camp Foundation that helps youths in the local community. Marcus attended Bannaker HS and played basketball for Georgia State. Marcus also played Pro Ball all over the world from Syria to Venezuela and Belgium. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Brown family and rest in peace Marcus! Marcus was a friend, teammate and a brother to us!
Special Olympics Team lands the Silver Medal in State Tournament
Thanks to our supporters and fans for a great season!
|Coaches- Terry Yard, Brandon Williams, Ben Ferguson, Trina Dillard, Jonathan Mandeldove, Jesse Wheeler and Darrell Morris||Players- Jack Lytle, Emily Ferguson, Cameron Chalmers, Carmeron Mattox, Jamie Dixon, Jonathan Watson, Aaron Furguson, Mckensie Johnson, Ian Dillard, Kaytlin Price, Angelica Ward|
Three-peat for Gwinnett Majic Hoops
The end was anticlimatic, yet still pretty satisfying.
Playing some of their best basketball of the season, the Gwinnett Majic won their third straight World Basketball Association championship this past weekend with a 113-91 rout of the Conyers Court Kings in the finals. Up 71-41 at halftime, the local team cruised to the title behind three-time league MVP B.J. Puckett.
The Dacula grad had 21 points and 14 rebounds, despite spending more time on the bench than usual in the blowout. The 6-foot-9 Puckett had 33 points and 13 boards in a 103-96 semifinal win over the Rome Gladiators.
"B.J., it's all centered around him," said Majic head coach David Akin, a Berkmar grad.
Shiloh grad Jon Mandeldove also had a huge title game with 25 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots. Norcross' Reggie Anderson (14 points, four steals) and Berkmar's Adrien Borders (14 points, five assists) also were big contributors.
Fellow Gwinnett products Alex Weekes and Mike Konanec of Berkmar and Jesse Wheeler of Duluth also were on the championship team this season.
"It just goes to show you how much basketball talent came through Gwinnett and is still coming through Gwinnett," Akin said.
By Will Hammock, Gwinnett Daily Post, July 25, 2011
Starting in December, Majic Academy will launch a membership based program that will use the latest technology to drastically improve a players skill. READ MORE and WATCH THE VIDEO here.
Owner Brandon Williams is interviewed on "Its A Lifestyle" with Gina
See Brandon Williams as he is interviewed by Gina Woodham on her program.