Negus Webster Chan stands 6’7″ and tall and is the epitome of versatility on the court with an ability to man the point with skillful handles and a superior stroke from three point land. He also takes pride in defense and can guard multiple positions on the court.
The Scarborough, Ontario Canada native has been on a basketball journey full of peaks as well as challenges including a stint at the University of Missouri and most recently a season at the University of Hawai’i where he suited up for the Rainbow Warriors for one season and averaged 8.3ppg and 4.3rpg while shooting 41% from 3-point land.
Webster-Chan feels he’s ready to be a professional basketball player and is ready to ply his trade amongst men. He’s been working out and improving on his considerable skills over the summer and is confident his time is now.
On Point sat down with Webster-Chan to find out more about the young man himself including his previous basketball stops as well as his reasons for turning pro. He also addresses some pointed questions about the decisions he has made that have brought him to where he is at this point in his life. Baller Status. Enjoy.
Video produced by Drew Ebanks
Filmed and Edited by Aaron Navarro
Graphics by Mark Sylvain
Music used by permission
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