Jamal Lovell

SCA Prep Basketball

Middle School Head Coach/Head Director of Basketball Developing

Jamal “Dash” Lovell, an 11+ year skills X development specialist from New York City, the birthplace of streetball hoops. Started his basketball journey at 16 years old, yet later turned it into his profession. Dash is obsessed with the game and is passionate about helping and teaching others about this game. Throughout his 11+ year experience Dash has helped 22 and counting players play Division 1 basketball. As well as worked with over 30+ NBA players, and trained the 2018 Big3 Champions Power. Dash has a very unique training approach and firmly believes that aggressiveness, balance, and footwork are the key components for success on the court.


With 8+ years of basketball training and teaching players of all levels I have developed skills in area of teaching players the fundamentals, dribbling, shooting, finishes at the rim, situational basketball, footwork and etc.


2019 Los Angeles Sparks Player Development Coach, Los Angeles-Player Development / Skills


  • 2019 NBA Pre Draft with Kluch Sports Group X Chris Johnson Hoops, LA, California. -Partnered/ Skills Coach.
  • Remy Workouts, Miami Florida-Partnered/ Skills Coach Current.
  • Remy Workouts LA, Los Angeles – Partnered/ Skills Coach Current.
  • Dash Letics, New York City, Los Angeles, California. – Partnered/ Skills Coach Current.
  • Dash Letics,, Los Angeles, California. – Partnered/ Skills Coach Current.
  • Chris Johnson Hoops, Los Angeles, California. Partnered/ Skills Coach.


  • Hostos Community College, New York City
  • Coach Certification:
  • DashLetics Elite Training
  • Players I have trained within the last 9 months:
  • NBA X Professional

Dwayne Wade Invitational 2 Years in a Row

  1. Trilogy Big
  2. Rashad McCants
  3. Derrick Fisher (LA Lakers)
  4. Dewayne Wade (MIA Heat)
  5. Brandon Knight (PHX Suns)
  6. Andrew Harrison (MEM Grizzles)
  7. Jerome Jordan (Spain, China)
  8. Lester Hudson (China)
  9. Sun Yue (LA Lakers, China)
  10. Micheal Conley (MEM Grizzles)
  11. Johnny Suzang (UCLA)
  12. Brandon Randof (Arizona)
  13. Bashir Ahmed (Saint John’s)
  14. Jahvon Quinerly (McDonalds All American Villanova)
  15. Prince Ali (UCLA)
  16. Kihei Clark (Virgina)


  1. 2019 Los Angeles Sparks Player Development Coach
  2. Semi Finals
  3. Finished 3rd seed
  4. Broke record for most 3 pointers made in a  WNBA game
  5. Candace Parker (LA Sparks)
  6. Darxia Morris (MN Lynx)