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3D Canada Brings On Kyle Julius as Head Coach for 39th William Jones Cup - Jun 10, 2017


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Kyle Julius
3D Global Sports Canada is bringing back the Boys in Red to compete in one of the worlds most prestigious international basketball tournaments, the '39th William Jones Cup'. Held annually in Taipei City, Taiwan, since 1977, the tournament was named in honour of one of the founders of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), basketball promoter Renato William Jones. The tournament is an Asian Cup that is officially covered by Eurobasket and televised internationally in many Asian, Oceanic and Middle-Eastern countries.
3D Canada is proud to welcome Kyle Julius as the new Head Coach for the 39th William Jones Cup. Kyle was a former National Canada Senior team player and also an all-Canadian athlete at the University of Guelph. As a Head Coach, Kyle was recently named the 2017 Head Coach of the Year in the National Basketball League of Canada where he made history and set league records. Some of his accolades include:
17 Game Wining Streak.
Most Wins with a 35-5 record in a NBL-Canada season.
Winning the 2017 Championship with the London Lightning.
Kyle Julius has developed a pristine reputation as one of Canada's best basketball skill and development instructors. He has developed over 50 Canadian High School players who went on to earn NCAA DI scholarships. Furthermore, he has trained over 100 professional players including multiple NBA players such as Andrew Wiggins, Kelly Olynyk, Anthony Bennett, Kevin Pangos and Andrea Bargnani, and to further mention, has helped train 67 Canadians currently playing professionally in Europe. Kyle continues to grow and evolve into one of Canada's top professional Coaches. One thing that cannot go unnoticed is his ability to truly develop and recruit players like Royce White, whom together, won a NBL-Canada Championship with the London Lightning. Kyle's determination, dedication and discipline to the sport of basketball (3D's founding principles) will strongly impact his coaching experience internationally and the 3D Global Sports Canada program.

3D Canada Global Sports is run by President and Director Teddy Tochev (191-G-87), who has been organizing and representing the nation of Canada for the past 5 years internationally with 3D.

"We see the 3D Canada program as the top premium and ideal vehicle to promote our Canadian basketball character by highlighting the importance of sport development and competition, which will further build relationships with communities, countries and cultures on the international scale. We are very excited to bring Canada and further add onto the already historical and prestigious tournament of the William Jones Cup." - Teddy Tochev said.

Courtesy of: 3dglobalsports.com
  




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William Jones Cup Standings
 1. Canada 7-1 
 2. Iran 7-1 
 3. S.Korea 6-2 
 4. Philippines 5-3 
 5. Taiwan 5-3 
 6. Japan 3-5 
 7. Indonesia 1-7 
 8. Taiwan B 1-7 
 9. Lithuania 1-7 

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