You'll find everything you need to know about Canada's only professional basketball freestyler and premiere motivational speaker Q-Mack. Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to check out some of the crazy trick shot videos in the MULTIMEDIA section.


Like a one man walking carnival, Q-MACK is the master of hundreds of dazzling tricks that never cease to shock and amaze. In 2002 he was signed by NIKE, and he has entertained and hosted for NBA MVP's LeBron James, Steve Nash and Shaquille O'Neal. His flashy, verbal style makes him the perfect host and nobody is more comfortable in a live scenario. Q-MACK has entertained and educated over 2 million students to date, and has performed for more schools than anyone in Canada (3500). He was the high energy host of the National NBA Hoop It Up Tour for 5 years from coast to coast and he's the published author of the book "Dare To Be Different'.

Q-MACK has appeared on ESPN, MTV, MuchMusic, Breakfast Television, TVO, YTV, and currently has his very own TV show called "Q's CREW LIVE" in development. He recently sold out 8000 seats at The Ricoh Coliseum when he threw down "Q-MACK's Ultimate Class Trip" to rave reviews. Check out the website to see the 3 minute highlight video. International toy sensation GogosCrazyBones signed him to become their lead action figure pressing 500,000 units at Christmas time and looks forward to hitting the shelves at WalMart and Toys 'R Us nationwide next year. When there's not a basketball around, count on Q to juggle, do a crazy magic trick, or even balance a 16 foot ladder on his chin. When you watch Q-MACK perform, he'll sell you the whole seat, but you'll only need the EDGE!!


Q-Mack has signed Canada's Most Requested Beatboxer Scott Jackson (aka J-BOX) to add to the excitement and flare of the assembly and the students and staff have been going wild for him as well. And with good reason:

The master of over 500 sound effects, he is the countries most talented beatboxer

He represents Canada in the World Beatboxing Championship in Germany

He has TV commercials currently running for Tic Tacs and Taco Bell, so kids recognize him right away