The Buffy Coleman Basketball Show

"I understand why the Buffy Coleman Basketball show has been such a success. He has uncanny rapport with the students and they identify with him. We definitely will have the program back at our school" John Elliott — Assistant principal
Edison High School, Huntington Beach, CA

Buffy on the cover of Searcy Living magazine, Searcy, AR
 

Recent Parental Involvement programs:

  • Homestead Elem Family Night - Homestead, TN, Coordinator - Ashley Ritzko 931-260-9344
  • Fairview Alpha Elem/Jr High Family Night, Campti, LA, Coordinator - Mary Yount, Provencal High, Provencal, LA 318-472-6174
  • David Thibideaux Stem Magnet Academy, Lafayette, LA, Coordinator - Jeff Debetez 337-521-7920

Buffy “Mr. Magic” Coleman attended the 1993 Harlem Globetrotters training camp where a pre-existing injury reoccurred. He still makes personal appearances with his former team, the world famous Harlem Wizards. He has also performed for Debbie Allen, Gene Simmons, and superstar Dianna Ross in Ross's Beverly Hills mansion.

Buffy has spoken to more than 1,000,000 adults and youth around the world and has visited over 2,000 schools.

The show is entertainment as well as fun for the entire student body and school faculty, with comedy and amazing basketball skills. Most of all there is an inspirational message for young people.

The show consists of: (1) Audience Participation; (2) Solo performance by Buffy Coleman; (3) Motivational speech; and (4) a free autograph session with Buffy if time permits. Pictures are given out to some participants.

To schedule a program for Buffy to visit YOUR school, CALL or E-mail TODAY!!
1-318-773-3518
Fax: 318-377-8530

E-mail Buffy at BUFFY@BUFFYCOLEMANSHOW.COM. Please include your phone number if you want to schedule a program

Buffy wants his fans and customers to know that he and his program are lead by God.

Each moment that he is before an audience, he has a distinct understanding that it is God speaking through him in speaking to today's youth and adults alike in his quest to touch their hearts.

While he make a conscious effort not to intrude on anyone's religious beliefs, he is not ashamed to indicate what God has done for him.

He embraces his purpose in life and knows that the talent and gifts that he possesses are part of God's plan.

Buffy reunites with Harlem Globetrotter training camp roomate, Barry Hardy, after 17 years at a Harlem Globetrotters game. Barry Hardy is currently the Head Coach for the Harlem Globetrotters Photo of Buffy Jr., Barry Hardy, and Buffy