Clients & Testimonials

Derick Grant is an extremely determined trainer, dedicated to improving the skills of athletes of all ages. He has an undeniable passion for the game, in which he uses to enable his athletes to reach their potential. He has pushed me and expanded my game in ways I didn't think possible. While he has helped me improve my skills I know he will continue to challenge me.

Kelly Faris - WNBA Connecticut Sun Guard

I can always count on Derick to be flexible on gym time and have the necessary drills, work ethic, and passion to push me so that I become a better player each time I train with Derick Grant Basketball.

Andrew Warren - Overseas Professional Shooting guard

I've been working with Derick Grant for almost two years now. I don't know where to start, but if it wasn't for him I wouldn't be where I am today. He helped me gain the work ethic that only a few can reach. Not only did he train me hard on the court, but he trained my mental game even harder. We don't "workout"...we TRAIN, hard, at game speed in game like situations to be more prepared. I am forever indebted to him and because of him I am committed to excellence in life on and off the court.

Kyle Guy - University of Virginia Guard

Derick taught me drills that would allow me to be versatile. I needed avenues to help me expand my game and to grasp the killer instinct, and he helped me in both aspects. Derick is very precise, and knowledgeable on what he is teaching. I am extremely grateful for the time I am able to work with him.

Tyasha Harris - Point Guard University of South Carolina

I enjoy working with Derick because of his extensive knowledge of the game and how he interacts with players he is working with - on and off the court. Since working with him I have become a better player through game-like on court work and the confidence he has given me

Taya Reimer - Michigan State University forward

  •   Fishers, IN 46037
         United States of America
  •   (908) 528 -1009
  •   (908) 528 -1009


The sharp-shooting Derick Grant started playing basketball after he attended a Harlem Globetrotters game at the age of seven. Little did he know he would eventually be playing for the world’s most famous basketball team. Derick holds the distinction of sinking the first 4-point shot in basketball history when the Globetrotters unveiled their game-changing innovation during a nationally-televised ESPN2 special in December of 2010.

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