Pittsburgh Basketball Report was founded by Coach Steve Brodzinski in June of 2010. It is his goal, to promote high
school basketball in the greater Pittsburgh area. His goal is to also provide unbiased news, information, and rankings on
boys high school basketball in the greater Pittsburgh area.
Coach Brodzinski's background includes experience as a player or coach at almost every level of basketball. He played at
the Division 3 level, and has coached at the Division 1, Division 2, High School, and Prep School levels. His network
includes friends in many different areas of high school and college basketball. These connections have provided immediate
legitimacy to Pittsburgh Basketball Report, which is now a constant news source for hundreds of college coaches
Having received a journalism degree from New York University, Coach Brodzinski's writings have been published on
basketball websites such as SLAM, Hoop Connection, and Crown Magazine. He is a basketball analyst for the
Rivals.com affiliate website PAPreps.com, and performs weekly high school basketball updates on 93.7fm The FAN. You
can read Coach Brodzinski's full coaching bio at www.maximumhoops.com
Pittsburgh Basketball Report will continue to work to provide you with the most up to date news and information on boys
high school basketball in the greater Pittsburgh area.
Contact Coach Brodzinski: 412-523-8361
|Coach Steve Brodzinski
Founder and President of
Pittsburgh Basketball Report
Rob Werner has joined the staff of Pittsburgh Basketball Report as an editor and High School basketball analyst. Werner’s
knowledge of the game has made him the play-by-play man for Kiski360’s coverage of basketball, and many other sports. His
coverage is broadcasted nationally on the web, as many college coaches tune into watch Kiski Prep's national level competition.
Werner's on-the-court knowledge developed as head basketball manager at The Kiski School. His prowess as a writer helped him
found his blog, Prep Boy Basketball, write for the Indiana Gazette, and have letters published on various internet sources. Werner
will be covering a variety of topics including player Q & A's, AAU and Summer League games, as well as the high school season.
He looks forward to continuing to showcase the Greater Pittsburgh Area as a hotbed of hoops talent.
Pittsburgh Basketball Report Staff
HS Basketball Analyst
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