Latino coach to Receive Prestigious Award at Tonight’s Heat Playoff Game

Latino coach to Receive Prestigious Award at Tonight’s Heat Playoff Game

Carlos Alamilla of the Miami All Stars Selected Coach of the Year by the NBA/JR.NBA.


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ADVISORY for April 27

WHAT:

Carlos Alamilla, coach of the MIAMI ALL STARS (a non-profit organization) has been selected Coach of the Year by the NBA/JR.NBA. Out of 75,000 coaches in the Jr.NBA PROGRAM from United States and Canada, only 30 were chosen and Carlos Alamilla was the only Latino. The Jr. NBA/Jr Coach of the Year award is based on the commitment and dedication to the physical and spiritual evolution, positive mental attitude and academics of youngsters on and off the court. Each year the program recognizes member coaches who stand out, exemplify and teach Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA S.T.A.R. qualities (Sportsmanship, Teamwork, positive Attitude, and Respect), while representing the hard work and dedication that make youth sports a rewarding developmental experience for players, parents, officials and other coaches.

WHEN:

April 27, 2007

6:30 PM

The MIAMI HEAT will honor Mr. Alamilla tonight during the Heat Playoff game with the Chicago Bulls for his dedication and commitment to the youth of Miami

WHERE:

American Airlines Arena

601 Biscayne Boulevard

Miami, Florida 33132

About Miami All Stars:

The mission of MIAMI ALL STARS, a non-profit organization that operates a youth basketball league for boys and girls ages 12 to 16 years old, is to promote the game of basketball and teach children the fundamentals of the sport, as well as instilling good sportsmanship, discipline, physical and spiritual evolution. Director Carlos Alamilla has been involved in all facets of basketball from playing, coaching and directing basketball programs. He has coached basketball to the Miami youth for the past seven years and is presently a director of the Jr. NBA/WNBA program.

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Latino coach to Receive Prestigious Award at Tonight’s Heat Playoff Game