Jr. HEAT Coaches
Tony Fiorentino is in his 30th year with the Miami HEAT organization. As a HEAT original, Tony has held the positions of broadcast analyst, assistant coach and/or scouting coordinator. He was an assistant coach with the Miami SOL (WNBA) for 3 years. Tony is a former high school teacher and coach with a master's degree in guidance counseling. This will be Tony's 30th summer involved in basketball camps for boys and girls in South Florida.
Glen Rice appeared in 478 games (461 starts) as a member of the HEAT from 1989-95 and averaged 19.3 points while shooting 45.9 percent from the field, 38.6 percent from three-point range. He was the fourth overall selection in the 1989 NBA Draft by the HEAT out of the University of Michigan. He led Michigan to the 1989 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, scoring an NCAA-record 184 points in tournament play, a record that still stands. Rice was also voted the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player and was part of the Associated Press All-America second-team, after averaging 25.6 points for the season. Immediately after being drafted, Rice became the HEAT's first bonafide star and earned Second-Team All-Rookie honors while leading Miami to its first playoff appearance in 1992. Rice was the first HEAT player to average 20+ points per game in a season (1991–92) and led Miami in scoring in four consecutive seasons from 1991-95. During his 15-year NBA career he was a three-time All-Star, a two-time All-NBA selection, the MVP of the 1997 All-Star Game and won an NBA championship as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers in 2000. Glen now spends his summer’s giving back to the game, taking the role as “Shooting Specialist” at our Miami HEAT Basketball Camps.
Andrew Moran is an NBA Skills Coach, an International clinician, and a skill development specialist. Andrew has been consistently training athletes since 2008 and founded Miami Hoop School in 2012. Andrew also has experience in coaching. He was an assistant coach at Miami Senior High School in 2011 and worked on player development. He also was the head coach at Miami Christian High School and led the Victors to a state championship in 2015. His experience serves him well, having worked with players at the NBA, international, collegiate, and high school levels. He's worked with NBA players like Tim Hardaway Jr, James Johnson, Mario Chalmers, Marcus and Markeef Morris, Royce O'Neil, Shane Larkin, Jalen Brown and others.
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