By Lance Tominaga, ESPN Honolulu Web Editor.
Know of any young hoops players looking to improve their shot? They can now learn from one of the very best, as Hawaii’s own Derrick Low leads an instructional video today at 4:00 p.m. at ESPN Honolulu’s Virtual Sports Fest by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan and presented by The Bump Card Team.
Many local hoops historians regard Low as the greatest basketball player ever produced from the state of Hawaii. The standout guard led Iolani to four ILH titles and three state championships. Low went on to become an All-Pac-10 performer at Washington State, where he helped lead the Cougars to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances, including a 2008 “Sweet Sixteen” game against North Carolina. After serving as a player on the USA Pan American Team, Low enjoyed a lengthy professional career overseas. He is currently the owner and president of PROformance Hawaii, which provides elite training and mentoring for young athletes.
To visit our Virtual Sports Fest, click HERE.
# # #