Owner & Head Coach of High School Boys
Originally from Illinois, Robinson moved to Oakland, CA at age 8 where he found his love for the game of basketball. Robinson was a scholarship player at UC Berkeley and played for Dixie State College as a walk-on. On his rise to play college basketball Robinson describes his journey as " Liberating and life-changing. I met some great mentors who shared the game with me. Coaches who taught me so much more than the game. Those men, I will be forever grateful for." Robinson is a coach who strongly believes in discipline, collective responsibility, respect, and who uses his mistakes to teach the correct way to do things. Robinson uses a games approach philosphy based on decision making, rather than just skill acquisition. He believes often times coaches focus on only the skill and not how/when to make the decision to execute the skill. He bridges the gap between them. Coach Robinson's favorite life's lesson quote is "The way you play the game of basketball, is the way you will play the game of life."
- Curtis Townsend
Assistant Coach of High School Boys
Coach J.C. Lane joined RBC 2 years ago and has been coaching in the Keller, Trophy Club-Roanoke area for the last 11 years in youth sports. Coaching all age groups with a focus on basketball, baseball and football. In that time, he has built competitive, championship teams driven by sound fundamentals, hard work and dedication. Coach Lane was a successful varsity athlete in high school earning him a scholarship to play collegiate football. He then joined the armed services and went on to play on the All-Marine Basketball team and competed at the highest levels against pro teams from Europe, Asia and the US for 10 consecutive seasons. Coach Lane continues to serve his country as a civilian, working as a project manager over military construction for the Army Corps of Engineers in Fort Worth and is finishing his master’s degree from Auburn University later this year. His foundation and support come from his wife of 25 years, Angie and their two boys Jacob (18) and Brandon (11). Coach Lane’s favorite life’s lesson quote is “Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard, then succeed on purpose.” – G. K. Nelson
Assistant Coach of High School Boys & Trainer
Born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. Woods grew up playing travel basketball starting in the 2nd grade. He moved to Lawton, Oklahoma in the 9th grade where he became a 4 year Varsity starter. In 3 of the next 4 years, Woods would lead his team to 3 state tournament appearances, and 1 state championship as a senior. He was named to the OBCA All-State and All-Conference selection, as well as being named conference Offensive Player of the Year. Woods went on to play 4 years at East Central University winning 2 conference titles, and 1 appearance to the NCAA national tournament. After graduating college Woods chose to begin coaching youth. His goal is to help get the most out of every player, and further player development to the best of their abilities in all aspects of the game; physically, mentally, as well as skillfully. True believer that in order to increase your game, you have to get out of your comfort zone. Wood's favorite life's lesson quote is "If you are afraid of failure, you don't deserve to be successful." -Charles Barkley
Head Coach of Middle School Boys
Green was born and raised in West Texas. His family and him moved to the DFW area in 2014. Green fell in love with basketball at a young age, and competitively played varsity basketball at Permian High School (MOJO). He has coached rec league teams, select teams, and skills over the past ten years. Green's goal is to instill toughness, work ethic, and to give athletes the necessary skills to perform in basketball and in life.
Lakhani played basketball at North Lake College and the University of Dallas. He brings 12 years experience coaching from multiple camps, youth leagues, HS freshman and assistant HS Varsity. His goal is to teach the fundamental foundations of basketball so that your player can develop and increase their love of the game. Lakhani is dedicated to improving your child's skill set and understanding of the game. Coach Ahad's favorite life's lesson quote is "What you are as a person is far more important than what you are as a basketball player."
- John Wooden
Head Coach of 6th Grade Girls
Originally born in Oklahoma City and moved to Dallas at a young age. Dashia played varsity all 4 years at Lancaster High School. She became a 4 sport athelete in High School and a 2 sport athlete in college. While playing basketball at Lancaster Dashia made First Team All district each year of High School. Dashia attended Oklahoma Wesleyan University to play basketball and to run track and field. She went on to win 2 conference titles and 1 appearance at the NAIA National Championship for the first time in school history. After 2 year of Women’s Track and Field, she was named the NAIA Women’s Most Outstanding Athelete of the Year.
After 5 years of dedication to sports and volunteer work at the Boys and Girls Club, she graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology and Criminal Justice.
Upon, graduating college, she began an immediate career as a Program Coordinator at an Autism Pre-School in Carrollton.
"I would not picture my life any different then to help Children from different dynamics with different abilities coming together to form one unity. I choose to coach because my everyday goal is to improve the life of youth in every aspect possible. "
Head Coach of Middle School Girls
Originally from Amarillo, Coach Fox fell in love with the game of basketball and played around the Amarillo area on the Little Dribblers select team until she was 12 years old. After middle school, she was relocated to Albuquerque, NM. Albuquerque would give her the opportunity to play for Coach Don Flanagan, who has the most wins in New Mexico history. Going in as a freshman on a varsity team that was nationally ranked #19 with a 97 game winning streak, Fox excelled quickly. The next 4 years she would experience 2 state championship titles and 4 district titles . Fox would be recruited by D1 colleges from all over the country. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances would lead Fox to a junior college in OK, where she played for two years. After graduating, the next 20 years were fueled by her passion to work with the special needs population and at-risk youth. It wasn't until moving to the DFW area that she would again revisit her desire to be a coach. Central High school offered her the opportunity to revisit this dream. She currently works in the Special Education department and assists Coach Crawford with the girls’ basketball program. Her basketball philosophy is that it begins with the fundamentals of the game. “If you do not know what the fundamentals are, and how they are used in the game, then you will not know how to be a vital component of a successful team."
Her favorite game quote is “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard” by Kevin Durant