Bruce Bolden (born November 30, 1963) is an American former basketball player. He played 17 years in the National Basketball League (NBL) in Australia. He won an NBL championship with the South East Melbourne Magic in 1992, when he was named the NBL Grand Final Most Valuable Player (MVP). He led the league in rebounding in 1993, and he was also named the NBL Best Sixth Man in 1999. His final season was played in the Australian Basketball Association with the Albury Wodonga Bandits in 2003–04. His No. 32 was the first jersey to ever be retired by the West Sydney Razorbacks.
After retiring as a player, Bolden started MyHoops, a basketball coaching service in Australia for young players from 7 to 18 years old. His son, Jonah, began playing college basketball with the UCLA Bruins in 2014–15
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My passion for basketball since retiring is even stronger, which is why I’m committed to passing on my experience and knowledge to the next generation of Australian basketball players.
From teaching a beginner the fundamentals of the game right through to developing advanced players and honing the skills required for them reach their dreams of playing US collegiate basketball and beyond.
Since retiring from the professional game I have coach thousands of players (both amateur and professional) and conducted hundreds of camps and clinics across Australia. I have wanted to bring my coaching technique and philosophies under one banner for some time and I am very proud to launch MyHoops – Bruce Bolden