Basketball and Math Training

What is BallMatics?

The Ballmatics program aims to develop and refine skills such as passing, shooting, ball-handling and footwork. We are the only organization that also practices math skills on the court. 

Most Ballmatics programs are 10 weeks in length. Registration is now open for our Fall 2019 sessions.

Sessions will take place at our flagship Ballmatics Centre located at 950 Dupont Street (Dovercourt and Dupont).

For the youngest athletes, the Ballmatics program focuses on getting players comfortable on the court by engaging them in FUN activities that will improve basic motor skills such as jumping, running, and shooting. For the older players, Ballmatics program offers a chance to apply the skills learned toward timed league games. Elite teams are registered in premier competitions, both locally (Toronto and GTA) and internationally (USA). Did we mention we also practice math on the basketball court?

We are now accepting registration for upcoming programs. Please select an age-appropriate program from the list below and register. Still have questions? Send us an email at and our administrative team will respond within one business day.


Head Coach

Coach Keir is a passionate basketball coach driven to foster winning teams through elite skill and performance training.  As a former student-athlete, Coach Keir has been able to use his knowledge of playing basketball at the collegiate level to lead teams under his guidance to the medal round of the Ontario Cup each year he has attended. His teams have earned a Gold or Silver Medal the last three years in a row. As a former scholarship athlete, Keir understands the level of commitment, sacrifice and determination required for today’s aspiring student-athlete to be successful in attaining their goals. Keir’s number one focus is to help the student-athletes in his care achieve their goals by ensuring they understand the right attitude, focus, effort and execution will lead them to success on and off the court.

Assistant Coach

Growing up in Midland, Ont. I was avidly involved in Rep Hockey, Basketball and Lacrosse year round. I was able to learn from many different coaches with unique perspectives on leadership, teamwork and success. Basketball has always my main passion, as I first started coaching by helping with elementary school teams in grade 8. As a player, my post- secondary career was derailed by 2 major injuries to the same knee in less than 14 months, but the passion to be around the game remained. After graduating Brock University and Humber College, I was able to work as a skills trainer for 2 + years in Toronto to gain valuable experience within the Toronto Basketball Community. I truly believe in the power of the team and that positive communication combined with a passionate commitment to daily improvement develops intangible life skills that will allow athletes with that mindset to succeed in anything they decide to pursue.