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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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Everage Richardson’s Dream Chase

“Everyone is not as fortunate as other players. It’s a part of the game and it’s a part of life.”

Ev Richardson says the game of basketball welcomed him with open arms at a young age. Growing up, family, friends and having access to basketball around his neighborhood is what got him started; however, his family and his drive is what has kept him going – wanting to see how far the game will take him and wanting to become the best player he can possibly be.

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