Myerscough alum Bradley Fisher takes us on the winding road from teenage Chorley fame to his current role within the healthcare system in the United States. “The Biggest Fishy” also tells us about the time he crossed paths with Steph Curry and what it was like to go toe-to-toe with the likes of Jahlil Okafor and more.
Joseph Bankole had a less than conventional route into the sport of basketball, but his drive has helped him become one of the top 50 junior prospects in Britain. He shares the lessons he’s learned along his journey, how he ended up at Myerscough and some of his best stories from Year 1 in Preston.
The script flips as regular host Allen Gunn becomes the interviewee as Myerscough Basketball Academy architect Neal Hopkins takes the reigns. Neal learns how Allen ended up on this side of the Atlantic, how his love of sport developed and more.
PRESTON, England – The reigning European Youth Basketball League (EYBL) regular season champions Myerscough Basketball Academy have committed to the competition for a further two years, Neal Hopkins confirmed on Tuesday.
Drexel Men’s Basketball starting forward and Myerscough Basketball alum Mate Okros joins Allen Gunn to talk about the ups and downs of being a NCAA Division I athlete, as well as recap some of the freshman highlights, what he hopes to accomplish in Year 2 and teaming up with Amari Williams again.
It took patience and a late-night viewing of a David Olusoga documentary, but Caine Lewin-Turner found his calling in studying history and is pursuing that path to the fullest as both a scholar and an activist.
A (student union) president, a lettings negotiator and a legal administrator. Emmanuel Kabengele, Alex Roberts and Cian Hickey all had their own reasons to forgo the American basketball dream and pursue degrees at prestigious universities based in England, carving their own paths in the process.