The Kansas Basketball Academy Foundation would like to extend an invitation to all students, grades 3-5, to attend our first ever KBAF clinic.


The Kansas Basketball Academy Foundation would like to extend an invitation to all students, grades 3-5, to attend our first ever KBAF clinic.

The clinic will consist of fundamental instruction, fun basketball drills and some exciting games to end the day. KBAF is a not-for-profit organization that was founded to give student-athletes an opportunity to improve their fundamentals and skills in the game of basketball. The clinic will be held at the new gym at Pratt High School on the April 2 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Founded by Michael A. Coleman and Emmanuel Adigun, KBAF’s mission is to provide high-quality workouts and exposition opportunities for student athletes to gain recognition by post-secondary athletic programs.

Both men work for USD 382 as assistant coaches and have had years of experience teaching and coaching young people.

Adigun is a former player at the University of Texas at Arlington and Hutchinson Community College while Coleman has coaching experience at both the high school and college levels.

More information on the foundation can be found at www.kbaf.org.