Every year, millions of student athletes compete at the high school level for an opportunity to gain a college scholarship to a university of their choice. Of the roughly one million high school basketball players every year, only 3.3% reach the NCAA level. Concurrently, 1.2% of collegiate athletes earn an opportunity at the professional rank. That leaves 98.8% of college athletes looking for a career a er sports. The average length of a career in the NBA is 4 years, yet the average age for players entering the league is 20. This staggering reality leaves a miniscule probability of one let alone making it to the pros, with a then likelihood to be 24 years of age and done playing. The ques on that needs to be answered is, “What are former athletes going to do when the ball deflates for good?” Link in bio!