John Lamb graduated from Indianola High School in 2007. During his time at Indianola, John’s passion was the hard court and focused his time on basketball. John’s junior year, he averaged 11 points and 7 assist a game. This helped lead a diverse attack of 5 double figure scorers to the 2007 State Tournament! John continued to work over the summer and eventually signed with Morehead State in Kentucky before his senior season. John’s senior season he led the Indians to a Top Ten ranking most of the season, scoring 23 points a game and averaging 5 rebounds and 4 assists a game. The team came up just short of their goal of back to back state tournament appearances, losing in the sub state final. For his efforts, John was recognized by the Iowa Newspaper Association as a First Team All-State selection and Second Team All-State by the Des Moines Register. After graduating from Indianola, John continued his basketball career playing two years at Morehead State. There he was known as a sharp-shooting guard making over 30% from beyond the arch. He started 17 of the 57 games for the Eagles and was a member of the 2009 team that made the NCAA Basketball Tournament. John transferred from Morehead State and landed at Dakota State, an NAIA school, in South Dakota. There he joined his brother Luke Lamb and helped lead the Trojans to the NAIA National Tournament Elite Eight. John played well enough at the tournament that he was selected to the all tournament team. John also garnered 1st Team All Conference honors during this season. With a year of eligibility left, John decided to start his professional career as a basketball skills coach. He currently trains high school & college students as well as professional basketball players. Along with his basketball training, John has recently become the Director of Kingdom Hoops position and is the President of Beyond Ball. This program is an inner city outreach program that helps widows & other refugees from South Sudan. John would like to thank Coach Will Nailor for his commitment to Indianola Basketball. John currently lives in Des Moines.