I was born in Tottenham in North London and made the short move to Edmonton when I was 10 years old. They weren't the safest places in the world but it's where I'm from and I'll always have love for the places where I grew up. I attended Bishop Stopford's School in Enfield, I was there from Year 7 all the way to Year 13. Being the son of two Ethiopian immigrants and being surrounded by other Afro-Caribbeans in school was standard for me and that's where I was most comfortable.
The trade acquisition of Jimmy Butler in November 2018 from the Minnesota Timberwolves secured the Philadelphia 76ers the wing player they were pining for to add to the generational talents they already possess in 24 year old Joel Embiid and 22 year old Ben Simmons.
When you think of a 6’3 190lb man, I doubt most people think of the greatest shooter in NBA history. The story of Stephen Curry was always going to lead to the NBA. Son of Dell Curry, the 2nd highest scorer in Charlotte Hornets history, and a self-proclaimed 3 point shot specialist, Steph began his journey to basketball immortality by practising with his father’s teammates at Charlotte alongside younger brother Seth (guard at the Dallas Mavericks). Steph’s journey continued with a place at Davidson College in his hometown of North Carolina.
In June 2004, the Premier League oversaw a new era for Chelsea Football Club and an opportunity for the self-proclaimed "Special One", Jose Mourinho. After impressively winning the UEFA Champions League with Portuguese side, Porto, Chelsea swiftly negotiated a move for the man who masterminded one of the biggest underdog stories in the history of the Champions League. Mourinho quickly adored himself to the Chelsea faithful, boasting an aura of arrogance knowing he had the skills to create mass success.