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CEO, Skills Trainer, Team GBD Director

Jhayde, born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, began playing basketball at the age of 5. After playing for and graduating from West Anchorage High School, Jhayde attended Impact Basketball Academy and Fort Lewis College before transferring to Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, Washington. In trying out for Jamal Crawfords Pro-Am league he had a career ending injury, which led him to his next passion: training basketball.

In the early years of college, student-athlete Jhayde Zamora,  started a movement dubbed "Get Better Daily" (or "GBD"). The name "GBD" originated from a casual response Jhayde would give others as they saw each other around campus. Over the years Jhayde has crafted a basketball training program. Moving forward he trains a handful of players and promises improvement as an individual and as a working team member.

Jhayde Zamora: About

Skills Trainer / Coach

Deandre "Isa" Wilson was raised in Anchorage, Alaska. He was a varsity starter at West high  (C/O 2014), making 1st-Team

all-conference and all-state. Lead his team to the State Championship Game in 2014, ultimately becoming runners up. He moved on to play at Laramie CC in Wyoming. He enjoys developing the next generation of hoopers.


Girls Coach



Mike Wyne has coached at all levels. Junior College, HS varsity, jv, freshman, ymca and boys and girls club. As of now he is the Varsity boys basketball coach at Holy Rosary Academy. Prior to that he coached at Service high as the varsity coach for three years and coached at West High for 7 years as the assistant coach. Prior to that he coached 2 years of Junior College in Massachusetts. He also had 7 years of coaching experience in HS Massachusetts.

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David Harrison was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. He was a varsity starter at West high, making

all-conference and won a State Championship in 2015. He enjoys working with kids and is looks

forward to helping kids enjoy the game.

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