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Lester Hunte’s Dedication To The Game

At the age of nine, Lester Hunte was exposed to the game of basketball through watching the “greats” such as Michael Jordan, Allen Iverson and Kobe Bryant, his older brother’s favorite player. Mesmerized by such influential images, Hunte knew what he wanted to do in life.

Living in the projects of Bronx, New York, Hunte played basketball in the house on a daily basis with his older brothers, Marcus and Sherod, to stay out of trouble in the rough neighborhoods surrounding them. Making due of what he had, he would set up a basket behind his door and use beach balls from the local Wal-Mart as basketballs.

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Brian Addison Made In Queens

After dropping out of high school in the 9th grade, Brian Addison remained loyal to his dreams of someday playing Division 1 basketball.

Brian Addison fell in love with the game of basketball at age 7 after being introduced to the sport by his father who was a standout player at both John Adams High School in Queens, New York, as well as West Texas State University. Influenced by his father on and off the court, Addison knew he had to make better decisions. Watching his peers play basketball and hearing people tell him he was wasting his talent encouraged Addison to begin going above and beyond what others expected of him.

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About LTG

Love the Game is a New Jersey based sole proprietorship started in the summer of 2011 by Brawley Chisholm for both men and women. With a name that speaks for itself, Love the Game is a basketball skills development program whose objective is to instill passion and perseverance into the hearts and minds of young athletes, while also teaching and enhancing the art and technique of the sport.

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