• Talent Management •

Amjyot Singh

The 6ft 9inch Gill made the entire Indian sports fraternity take notice when he slammed home the powerful two handed alley-oop dunk during India’s historic win over China in the 2014 FIBA Asia Cup. Since then, the 24-year-old “Sultan of Swat” has grown from strength to strength. The versatile power forward went on a scoring spree during India’s memorable quarterfinal run in the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship for Men, proving himself to be among Asia’s finest hoopsters. 2016 proved to be an equally significant year, as he, along with fellow Punjab baller, Amritpal Singh, led their Tokyo Excellence team to the National Basketball Development League (NBDL) Championship. Whether playing for club or country, Amjyot Singh Gill is a consummate professional and we are proud to represent him. Go Amjyot!

Amritpal Singh

If Amjyot is India’s most prolific basketball scorer, Amritpal is the bulwark that holds the Indian national men’s team together. A late entrant to the sport, the 6ft 11inch Amritpal comes from a family of farmers, and first traded a sickle for a basketball at the age of 18. But what a meteoric rise it has been since then. From graduating alongside Amjyot from the famed Ludhiana Basketball Academy, to helping his employers ONGC, Dehradun win in the 2014-15 Senior National Basketball Championship with an MVP calibre performance, to holding his own in many of India’s memorable Asian triumphs in the last 2 years, Amritpal’s is the true Cinderella story. His pioneering efforts continue in Japan, where he is teamed up with Amjyot for the Tokyo Excellence franchise which was recently crowned the National Basketball Development League (NBDL) Champions.