Sukhvir Singh

Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
High School: Kelvin

Sukhvir has been involved in the sport of basketball as a player or coach for the past 30 years. Coach Singh played his high school ball with the Kelvin Clippers where he started for the Varsity team in grade 10. In his grade 12 year coach Singh was selected as a 1st team graduating all-star, named to the all Manitoba 1st team and was awarded the ‘AAAA’ player of the year honours. Sukhvir was ranked #1 in the annual coaches poll, received the high school team MVP award and was named Kelvin High School’s graduating Male Athlete of the Year.

Sukhvir went on to play 5 years at the University of Winnipeg. He was selected as a 1st team Can-West All Star twice and led the country in assists and assist to turnover ratio. In his 4th and 5th season Sukhvir Singh was recognized by the University of Winnipeg as the Male Athlete of the year.
Sukhvir began his coaching career as an assistant coach with the Red River Rebels College program. After two seasons he was promoted to the Head Coaching position and led the Rebels to 7 straight MCAC Championships, all while picking up 3 MCAC Coach of the Year awards as well as being named the Basketball Manitoba open category Coach of the Year.

Sukhvir was an assistant coach with the provincial team program form 2011-2013 where he helped lead the program to two consecutive National Silver Medals, the second one being at the Canada Games.

Coach Singh was an assistant coach with the University of Manitoba from 2015-2017 where he helped guide the program to back to back Can-West Final 4 appearances all culminating with a Can-West Silver medal and a trip to the National U-Sports Elite 8 tournament.

Sukhvir Singh has a wealth of knowledge and experience in basketball and views it as a responsibility to share that knowledge to help grow the beautiful game of basketball. Coach Singh has the ability to help athletes reach their goals and their potential all while mentoring them to be better people and positive influences in society.

Justus Alleyn

Hometown: Montreal
High School: St. Paul’s

Coach Justus Played his high school ball at St Paul’s. He quickly became one of the top guards in the province and country. Justus graduated as the #1 ranked high school basketball player in the province. He spent one summer with the Manitoba Provincial team program where he led his team to a National Silver medal.

After high school Justus chose to become a Bison at the University of Manitoba. By his fourth year Justus had become on of the top two way players in the country. He was part of that magical run the Bisons men’s team made which ended with a trip to the National Championship Tournament in Halifax. Justus was selected as a conference All-Star twice and became the University of Manitoba’s all time leading scorer. His achievements didn’t go unnoticed as he was selected to team Canada for the 2017 FISU games and had the honour of representing his country the following year in 2018 at the Commonwealth games held on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Coach Justus currently plays professionally in the Czech Republic for NH Ostrava. Coach Justus is an amazing young man. We’ve been blessed to have had the opportunity to be part of his growth, both as an individual and as a basketball player.

Ilarion Bonhomme

Hometown: Washington DC

Attack Basketball would like to extend a warm welcome back to coach Ilarion Bonhomme. Ilarion is from Washington DC. He was a standout PG at Cardozo Senior High School and garnered lots of attention from college recruiters. We are grateful he chose the path he did as it eventually led him to us. Ilarion began his University career at the University of Brandon where he was named to the 2012 CIS All-Rookie team and was awarded the 2012 Canada West Rookie of the Year. After 3 years at BU, Ilarion transferred to the University of Manitoba and became a Bison. In his two seasons at UofM, Ilarion helped lead the Bison to two straight Can-West final 4 appearances and a trip to the National Championship tournament. Ilarion finished in the top 5 all time for assists in the Can-West conference and now plays pro ball. His first pro season was with the Etham Wildcats in Melbourne, Australia. He currently plays in Spain for CB Vergen. Ilarion is one of those guys that will make a positive impression in your life. He is a great coach and a better person. We are lucky to have him as one our coaches.

Keith Omoerah

Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
High School: Grant Park

Keith Graduated from the University of Manitoba where he was a standout player. He helped lead the men’s team to one of the most successful post season runs in school history. Keith graduated and went on to play his first season of Pro Ball in Norway where he was selected as a First team all star. This past summer Keith was selected to play for the Nigerian National Team, which was an especially humbling experience for Keith as he represented his country at tournaments held in Nigeria and China. Keith currently plays Professional Basketball in the Ukraine for MBC Mykolaiv, where he has already become a League all-star. Keith is a great ball player but even better person. Kids are spoiled to have this young man as a coach and mentor. We have watched him mature before our own eyes. Congrats Keith we are very proud of you. Thank you for the work you put in with the kids we are truly blessed to have you as part of our coaching staff.

Amarjit Basi

Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
High School: Sturgeon Heights

Amarjit played his high school ball at Sturgeon Heights where he was a stand out guard for the huskies. He led his JV and Varsity teams to a combined four straight Final 4 appearances. In his final high school season Amarjit was ranked 3rd in the province and was selected to the All-Manitoba team as the top shooting guard.

Amarjit went on to play for the University of Manitoba Bisons and by his 5th season he was known as one of the top shooters in the country. Amarjit was part of that special run made by the men’s basketball team in 2017. He helped lead the Bisons to their first National Championship Tournament appearance in 32 years.

After University Amarjit inked his first Professional contract and suited up for the Newcastle Eagles of the British Basketball League.