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Our December Issue
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Our December Issue
is HERE!

"Something that I have basically lived by is just not letting the person next to you define your fate. Playing basketball, if I would have let that happen, then I probably would have not been where I am now...I think that would be my biggest thing: staying in the gym, working hard, and not worrying about what the next person says to you."

— DiDi on pieces of advice she would give to someone who wants to play basketball at both the collegiate and professional level.

The Coaches Corner

"You have to find your niche. You have to find one thing that you are one of the best in the world at. When you're a college player, you're good at a lot of things. To be an NBA player and to be an overseas player, you have to be one of the best in the world at one thing—is that 3-point shooting? Is it defense? Are you the best rebounder? Are you the best screener? It's just like, “What can you do better than anybody else that you're going to separate yourself from?”"

— Aaron on a tip or major key to success he would give to someone who wants to play basketball at the professional level.

Business All-Stars

Henry Organ & Hector Rivas

NFLPA Agent | Entrepreneur 

Founders, Disruptive

Sports Agency


Sports Photographer, Content Creator | Mike Hicks Visuals

The Spotlight Series

Destinee Walker

Professional Basketball Player

"I would just tell myself: “Adversity is gonna be along the way and it’s not always gonna be easy, but stay strong in your faith and continue working hard to accomplish every goal that you want for yourself—whether that's on or off the court. Sky’s the limit for you.”"

— Destinee on a piece of advice she would give to her younger self.

Up Nxt Series

Malik Muhammad

College Basketball Player

"I would say, “Just buy in.” Buy into the program wherever you're at, stay in the gym, and just work hard. I truly feel like if I can do it, anybody can do it. I don't think I'm anybody special, but it's all about just buying in and locking in. Once you know where your talents are, those things will help prepare you for the next level."

— Malik on pieces of advice he would give to someone who also wants to play basketball at the collegiate level.

Sky's the limit,

Keep ballin'.