Basketball Coaching Clinic

Do you want to take your program to the next level? Whether you are a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this clinic is designed to provide you tools to be a more impactful coach. Come learn from some of the most successful boys and girls coaches in high school basketball.


Date: October 14th

Time: 9:00-3:00

Venue: Lakota East High School

Registration Fee: $25 Individual/$100 Staff


Brook Cupps - Culture 

Quincy Simpson - Skill Development

Brett Norris - Film Breakdown

Ryan Miller - Man Defense

Rob Matula - Favorite Drills

Tim Sullivan - Offense

Session Presenters

Coach Brook Cupps; Centerville, OH Boys
Coach Cupps has 23 years head coaching experience, the past twelve at Centerville. The Elks reached 3 consecutive final fours, including the 2021 Division I championship. He also led Graham high school to the 2008 Final Four. He coached his son who is now playing at the University of Indiana.

Coach Brett Norris; Hilliard Bradley, OH Boys
Coach Norris has a 436-160 overall record as head coach. He has 10 league, six district, three regional, and one state championship (Delphos St. Johns). Coach Norris has coached three of his sons who play at Loyola, Wright State, and his senior son has Division I offers.

Coach Ryan Miller; Providence, IN Boys
Coach Miller has 4 years of head coaching experience with a record of 70 - 27 with 2 Sectionals (2020, 2022), a Regional, Semi-State, and a State Championship title in 2022. Recognized by the Louisville Courier Journal as all sports coach of the year for Louisville and Southern Indiana in 2020.

Coach Rob Matula; Mason, OH Girls
Coach Matula has 18 years of head coaching experience as head girls coach and seven seasons as a varsity boys coach (Sycamore High School); He has an overall record of 433-190 with 11 district and three regional championships, and two state runner-up finishes.

Coach Quincey Simpson; Lima Senior, OH Boys
Coach Simpson has 10 years of head coaching experience with a record of 187-49. His teams have won the TRAC conference 6 times, 5 straight regional final appearances, and a state runner up in 2016. He has coached AAU for 20+ seasons and has helped to coach multiple NBA players including his son who plays for the Detroit Pistons.

Coach Tim Sullivan; Cooper, KY Boys
Coach Sullivan has a career record of 250-179. In 2016-2017 Coach Sullivan led his team to a state runner up in Kentucky and was named the Courier-Journal Coach of the Year.