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Hoop Factory is an 8000 square foot building, renovated and retrofitted with the following sports amenities:

  • 1 full length FIBA Basketball court

  • 2 youth size cross basketball courts

  • 2 regulation size volleyball courts

  • 6 basketball hoops at any time

  • 2 score clocks and 2 shot clocks

What is available for bookings?

  • Tournaments, team and club bookings

  • League and game bookings

  • Drop in times and rates

  • Memberships are available

  • Camps, clinics

  • Birthday parties and celebrations etc..

When booking: all necessary equipment will be prepare and ready to go; hoops, volleyball standards, nets.

*We ask that bookings bring their own balls. 

We will be cleaning and disinfecting between bookings and following the recommendations of the Health Minister to do our part when it comes to COVID-19.



  • access to washrooms

  • wifi

  • building insurance

  • necessary equipment (hoops or volleyball standards, shot clocks, and clocks)

  • cleaning of facility





Tanner Brightman

Tanner Brightman is in his 10th year of head coaching various teams across Saskatchewan. Throughout his eight years of coaching with Basketball Saskatchewan’s Men’s High-Performance Program, Brightman has led teams between U14-U17. His most prominent head coaching gig was leading Team Saskatchewan at the 2017 50th Annual Canada Summer Games, compiling a 56-8 record over the four years of working with this group of athletes. Brightman became the youngest provincial team basketball coach in 2011 when he was an apprentice coach with the U14 Western Canada Games Team. Since 2016, Tanner Brightman has served as the Technical Lead for the Regina Community Basketball Association Board of Directors. 

Tanner currently holds his Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Regina (2016) and has been working as the Dean of Men at Luther College High School in Regina for the past three years. While at Balfour Collegiate (2012-2017), Brightman was a part of two city finalist runner ups and two provincial fifth-place rankings while leading the Sr. Boys as both assistant and head coach. 

Outside of coaching Basketball, Brightman has been a lead organizer of many events which include:

  • Canada Basketball National Championships (2016, 2017)

  • Balfour Fekula Senior Basketball Classic

  • Luther Invitational Tournament: Canada’s Oldest High School Tournament 

  • Basketball Saskatchewan Senior All-Star Classic 

  • Best in the West Coaches Conference 

  • Various other Basketball Events 

Tanner was born and raised in Regina, with a younger brother and an incredibly supportive family. Tanner is engaged to Jess, and plans to get married in November of 2020. Tanner loves to play guitar, collect shoes, and travel the world.

Chris King

Last season, King guided the Rustlers to a 19-5 regular season mark, finishing 2nd in the ACAC North Division. The team would go on to win the ACAC Championships, the first Gold medal in Rustlers  Basketball history. Coach King was also awarded ACAC Coach of the Year for his team's accomplishments last season. This is the fourth time he has received this award as he previously won it in  2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2017-2018. He was also named CCAA Coach of the Year Nominee in 2014-2015, 2015-2016. Under King’s leadership the Rustlers have made ten straight post-season appearances and are coming off their ninth  consecutive .500 or better season. Over the past six seasons, the Rustlers have accumulated a record of 110-34 in ACAC League play.

In his tenure at Lakeland, King has had nineteen players receive ACAC All Conference Awards, an ACAC Rookie of the Year Award, an ACAC Player of the Year and a CCAA All –Canadian. He has also had eight players move on to CIS teams. Coach King served as an assistant coach for team Saskatchewan U15 men's developmental team during the summer 2018.  He has also served as a coach for Team Alberta, an assistant coach in 2013 with the fourth place U17 Canada Games team and as the head coach of the U16 program placing third in the Western Canadian Championship in 2012. He also spends time running an assortment of community basketball camps throughout the year and has worked with several coaches and programs in an effort to improve player development at all ages.  Coach King is also the Co-Owner of Golden Ticket Sports, which is a relationship-based company that specializes in player, coach, official, and multi-sport events. King grew up in Kitscoty AB, he played two years for the Lakeland College Rustlers winning an ACAC silver medal under former men’s coach, Phil Allen. After Lakeland, he transferred and played for the Pronghorns at the University of Lethbridge. 
King lives in Lloydminster with his wife Courtney, daughters Macy and Kay, and son Nash. He enjoys being able to be give back to a community that presented him with so many opportunities for him as a young and aspiring athlete.


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