Josh Malone — Director of Basketball Operations
Josh Malone serves as Windy City’s Director of Basketball Operations. Prior to joining the Bulls, Malone had experience working as the Video Coordinator / Player Development Coordinator for the Salt Lake City Stars (NBA G League affiliate of the Utah Jazz) during the 2019-20 season and the Capital City Go-Go (NBA G League affiliate of the Washington Wizards) during the 2018-19 season. Malone earned a bachelor’s degree from California Lutheran University and a master’s degree from the University of Memphis. While at Memphis, Malone also served as a Graduate Assistant for the Tigers’ men’s basketball team from 2016-2018.
Henry Domercant — Head Coach
Henry Domercant enters his second season with Windy City, and third as an assistant coach. He began his coaching career in 2017, when he joined the Maine Red Claws coaching staff, ending his 14-year professional playing career. Domercant began his pro career in 2003, playing in the Continental Basketball Association. Prior to the CBA, he spent 12 years overseas, playing for clubs in Turkey (2003-06, 2012-14), Greece 2006- 07), Russia (2007-08. 2010-12), and Italy (2008-10, 2014-2015). In total, Domercant appeared in 261 overseas contests and posted career averages of 10.8 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 1.1 steals. Following his final season in Italy, he returned to the states and appeared in 12 games with the Idaho Stampede, with Dean Cooper as his head coach.
The Chicago, Illinois native starred at Naperville North High School and played collegiately at Eastern Illinois. While in school, Domercant had the second-highest Division-I scoring average in his junior and senior seasons. He finished his collegiate career with 2,602 points, which set EIU and Ohio Valley Conference Records.
Martin Rancik — Assistant Coach
Martin Rancik enters his second season with the Windy City Bulls as an Assistant Coach. Rancik previously served as Basketball Operations Associate with the Chicago Bulls. Hailing from Slovakia, Rancik played professionally for 9 seasons in both Italy and Spain. Over his career, he appeared in 228 games, recording overall averages of 11.3 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 1.2 steals. In his 2002-2003 campaign with Pippo Milano in Liga Serie A, Rancik earned career bests of 15.1 points per game, 5.7 rebounds, 1.9 steals, to go along with 56% shooting from the field. Rancik also played four years at Iowa State University, from 1997-2001, starting a total of 71 games for the Cyclones and averaging 13.2 points and 5.5 rebounds during his senior season.
Kwadzo Ahelegbe — Assistant Coach
Kwadzo Ahelegbe is on the Windy City staff as an Assistant Coach after spending time with the Minnesota Timberwolves as a Video Coordinator. Prior to getting his start in coaching, Ahelegbe starred for the University of Northern Iowa from 2006-2011. During his time with the Panthers, Ahelegbe helped lead Northern Iowa to two NCAA Tournament appearances. He was also named to the MVC All-Defensive Team three times as well as MVC Defensive Player of the Year in 2011. He also received All-MVC Second Team and All-MVC First Team honors in his redshirt sophomore and
redshirt senior seasons, respectively. After finishing his career with the Panthers, Ahelegbe played for several seasons overseas.
Jordan Brady — Assistant Coach
Jordan Brady serves as an Assistant Coach with Windy City. Brady was formerly the Head Coach of the Wisconsin Herd from 2017-19, as well as serving as an assistant coach with the Idaho Stampede and Salt Lake City Stars prior to that. Before coming to Windy City, Brady also had stops as a head coach in the Hoop Seen West Preview Camp that showcased top high school basketball talent and the Coast2Coast International Showcase that promoted prospective basketball players for international coaches and scouts. Prior to his coaching career, Brady had experience playing in the then-NBA Development League. After playing a season in Luxembourg, he came back to the States to play with the Utah Flash, Los Angeles Defenders and Idaho Stampede. Brady received a bachelor’s degree from Utah Valley University and a master’s degree from Southern Utah University.
Ben Sanders — Video Coordinator
Ben Sanders serves as Windy City’s Video Coordinator. Sanders previously held the role of Player Development Coordinator with Windy City during the 2019-20 season. Sanders served as an Assistant Coach with the Long Island Nets during the 2021 NBA G League Bubble and has experience on the staff of the Nigerian National Team. He was also a player development coach with John Lucas Enterprises, where he focused on the development of collegiate and professional athletes.
His professional experience extends to the college ranks after spending three years as a video coordinator with University of New Mexico Men’s Basketball (2014-2017), and two seasons with Rice University Men’s Basketball (2012-14) as a Graduate Assistant and Video Coordinator/Assistant Director of Operations. Sanders began his career as an assistant coach with Alfred University Men’s Basketball from 2012-14. While there, he evaluated and recruited talent, scouted opponents, and handled all player development efforts. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Southwestern University and master’s degree from Alfred University.
Devin Sweetney — Player Development Coordinator
Devin Sweetney currently serves as the Player Development Coordinator for the Windy City Bulls. Sweetney had a lengthy professional basketball career that included stops in the NBA G League, the National Basketball League of Canada and several leagues overseas in Europe. Sweetney won the NBL Canada Most Valuable Player award in the 2012-13 season with the Moncton Miracles. Prior to Sweetney’s professional career, the 6-foot-6 former shooting guard played at Saint Francis University from 2006-2010. He averaged 16.9 points as a senior and finished his Saint Francis career seventh on the all-time scoring list.
Jordan Bellomy — Head Athletic Trainer
Jordan Bellomy enters his first season as Head Athletic Trainer for the Windy City Bulls. Bellomy previously served as Assistant Athletic Trainer for Windy City in the 2019-20 season before being promoted. Prior to joining Windy City, Bellomy has both education and professional experience at the University of Cincinnati and Florida State University. His journey started at Cincinnati, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2014. Then, he received a master’s degree in Sport Management from Florida State in 2016 while also serving as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Seminoles. Bellomy eventually returned to the Bearcats as an Assistant Athletic Trainer from 2016-2019.
Brian Serrano — Performance Health Coach
Brian Serrano comes into his first season in the NBA G League as Performance Health Coordinator with Windy City. Prior to Windy City, he served as the Director of Sports Medicine at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi and Director of Rehab and Performance at HPI Sports Medicine in Laguna Niguel, California. Brian has a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training, master’s degree in Rehabilitation Science, Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science, and Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He brings experiences from Olympic Weightlifting, Strength and Conditioning and Corrective Exercise to serve our athletes.