The mission of Inspirational Basketball is to provide you with helpful basketball tips and drills so that you can become a better basketball player or coach. Inspirational Basketball is also a source for parents, who want the right guidance for their child while playing basketball.

This website will provide you with an array of basketball topics, but more specifically will emphasize on the fundamentals of basketball, coaching philosophies, and inspirational basketball stories of those who have been successful playing or coaching! If it was a thought, Inspirational Basketball will share it!

You will definitely find information that you are familiar with and information that will reinvent basketball as there are a few experienced basketball experts behind the scenes, working on providing you with the best basketball material.

The team is very passionate about the game of basketball and coaching others. Our goal is to have an impact on every kid, coach or parent who loves basketball. If we can’t reach them locally, that is what Inspirational Basketball is for.

The goal is to provide helpful information and advice for basketball players, coaches and parents via email, newsletters, and more.

For those interested, we will provide some exclusive material including eBooks, basketball camps and more.

If you have a passion for basketball and are interested in impacting players, coaches and parents around the world and would love to contribute to Inspirational Basketball please email:

Meet the people who are in the trenches creating valuable basketball content at Inspirational Basketball…

Lamar Hull, Founder/Collegiate and Professional Athlete/Coach

lamar hull playing professional basketballLamar Hull is the founder of Inspirational Basketball and created the website and business in February of 2013. Lamar practiced hours a day everyday because he had a passion and dream of becoming a professional basketball player. Lamar was a high school superstar at Maiden High School in North Carolina, becoming runner-up for Mr. Basketball for the State of North Carolina. Lamar was recruited by D-2 and D-1 AA colleges and found a home at Davidson College in 2003. Lamar graduated from Davidson College in 07′ and signed a professional contract in Kings Lynn, England in the year of 2007. Lamar was a top point guard in the EBL division basketball league! Lamar has now started a family, works full-time, coaches a youth basketball team and manages Inspirational Basketball. Lamar is currently partnering with Marlon Garnett to open up more local basketball camp opportunities in the South Charlotte area.

If you’d like to send Lamar an email, Click Here

Pete Carr, Collegiate Athlete/Coach
pete carr Pete Carr has become one of my really good friends and will be a big contributor to the success of Inspirational Basketball and its purpose, which is to inspire kids all across the world to improve their basketball skills. Pete has a lot of basketball experience, see his stats below. Not only can he play the game, but he understands and can coach the game. He currently coaches young kids and loves developing players by teaching them the fundamentals. Coach Carr truly teaches kids by utilizing a badge system to help evaluate their basketball improvements.
Basketball Career:
High School – Cedar Rapids Jefferson, Cedar Rapids IA
Point Guard 91-92 – All Conference, Honorable Mention All State
Led team to Conference Championship and first State Tournament appearance since 1966

College – Mid America Nazarene College (Now University)
Olathe, KS
Point Guard 92-96
Played in 144 games
Led team to Two Conference Titles 94-95, 95-96
Conference Tournament Champoinship 95-96
National Tournament 94-95, 95-96
1480 Career Points (10.2/Game for Career)
521 Career Steals (3.6/Game for Career)
1083 Assists (7.5/Game for Career)
613 Rebounds (4.2/Game for Career)
Conference Player of the Year 95-96
National Christian College Player of the Year (NCCAA) 95-96
1st Team All Conference 93-94, 94-95, 95-96
NAIA 2nd Team All American 95-96
NCCAA 1st Team All American 95-96
93-94 NCCAA National Tournament Most Outstanding Player

ProCamps 2013, 2014
4 Appearances (KU(2), Indiana, Miami)
2 National Titles (KU, Indiana)
Tournament MVP (KU, Indiana)
Elite Playmaker (KU, Indiana, Miami)
Three Point Champion (KU)
Avg 10.1 Points, 3.8 Rebounds, 3.6 Assists

If you’d like to send Pete an email, Click Here

Marlon Garnett, Contributor/Former NBA Player/Current Coach

marlongarnettMarlon Garnett was a Belizean professional basketball player and retired last year after an amazing basketball career. Marlon’s nickname is “Money G” and had the opportunity to play collegiate basketball for the Broncos of Santa Clara University alongside one of the greatest NBA point guards ever in Steve Nash. At Santa Clara University, Marlon one the West Coast Conference player of the year honors in 1997. Garnett has a claim to fame that he was the first Garnett to play for the Boston Celtics. Garnett signed with the Celtics as an undrafted free agent in 1999. Garnett appeared in 24 games, totaling 51 points, 21 rebounds, and 18 assists. Marlon played professionally basketball in Spain, Italy and Croatia, including a roster spot with Benetton Treviso. Marlon currently coaches and trains kids in the South Charlotte area with a basketball program called “Team Garnett“.

If you’d like to send Marlon an email, Click Here

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