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"The MVBA experience has been a wonderful positive experience.  My daughter keeps asking for opportunities to play and would play every weekend if the opportunity was there!  The coaching instruction is top notch, nothing like this could be accomplished via local Parks & Rec programs or via Boys and Girls Club programs!  The coaching was also very positive, and I would recommend the MVBA program to anyone who would like to see their daughter develop great skills and have great fun!!!"

Parent Jeff Kubler,
Adair Village, OR

"We´ve had two daughters play for MVBA.  Outstanding coaching with high integrity, coupled with a team of very nice kids committed to improving, has made our experience with MVBA one of the best we´ve seen in kids sports.  Good sportsmanship, hard work and respectful attitudes are all foundations of the program.  It´s a big commitment, and MVBA will make your daughter a better basketball player, and it will prepare her for high school ball."

Parent Andy Trower,
Albany, OR

"I witnessed Jeff Kaiser coach my daughter´s 7th and 8th grade basketball team both at practice and during the game.  I found him to be the best coach she had the opportunity to play for in her short career.  He taught the girls fundamentals of the game and showed them how to work as a team.  Jeff understands basketball and is good with the kids.  I would recommend his basketball academy to anybody or family "truly" interested in the game of basketball." 

Parent Tim Cathcart,
Alsea, OR

"My daughter has only had a handful of coaches that she has truly grown under both athletically and as a person. Jeff is one of those coaches.   She loves the game of basketball and had a difficult season this past year in high school; however Jeff has turned that completely around for her.   Her shot is back, her offense and defense are stronger, her confidence and most importantly, her love of the game is back!  Jeff has a way of bringing out the best in his players. He has the ability to teach, encourage, and correct in a way that makes the girls want to do their best. He is a man of integrity, honesty, and enthusiasm for both basketball and his relationship with the girls."

Parent Cindy Kummer,
Albany, OR