Our Mission

Ultimate Basketball Training (UBT) is a youth basketball program that promotes excellence in education, citizenship and the teaching of basketball skills.

Our Philosophy

We are dedicated to teaching the game of basketball and strive to develop competitive athletes. Our goal is to focus on the fundamentals of shooting, ball handling and passing, which later allows us to develop the Players Skill Set. While teaching our kids how to correctly play the game of basketball, we promote self-esteem, self-discipline, and confidence in oneself on and off the court. We also focus on offensive and defensive development as a team player while providing highly intense positive competition.

Our Location

We are located in the Steiner Ranch area of Austin, TX. 

We train at either Bella Mar Community Center or the courts at Towne Square across from Canyon Ridge Middle School.

Owner. Coach. Trainer.

Roderick Anderson is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and has always had a passion for basketball. Like many boys at his young age he dreamed about playing college basketball, but he separated himself from others through his passion, work habit and perseverance. Although he did live his dream and ended up playing for University of Texas, the road to get him there was filled with adversity.


As a point-guard Roderick Anderson became the second player in Texas State history other than Larry Johnson to be named National Junior College Player of the year. Not satisfied, Roderick came back with more fire his sophomore year, averaging 29 points per game and 11 assists and once again earning the title National Junior College Player of the year, thereby becoming the first person ever to receive the award two consecutive years.


As a Longhorn, Roderick became the only player in the South West Conference to top 500 points (he had 608), 200 assists (211) and 100 steals (101) in one season. He also led the nation in steals with 3.4 steals per game, helping him earn the honor of South West Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Anderson also became the 3rd player in Longhorn history with over 200 assists in one season, and he still averaged over 20 points per game.


He played in 5 exhibition games with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1995-1996, and attended NBA camps with the Orlando Magic, The San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and Houston Rockets from 1995-1999. He played international basketball from 1995-2001.


Roderick was looking for a way to give back to kids and to use his gift and passion. He got involved in coaching and training, which he feels is his calling. 

“In this day and age, it’s hard to find a program you can believe in. UBT620 was recommended to me by a friend, and now I know why – the quality of coaching my son has received is outstanding. Keep up the good work!”


Jane Koshy 11/15/2014

Contact us to schedule your training today!

512-924-7769

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