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NBA All-Star & Olympic Gold Medallist
Barnes played college ball for the North Carolina Tar Heels for 3 years before being selected in the first round (pick 7th overall) for the Golden State Warriors, where he was a member of their championship team in 2015. The accolades continued to pile up for Barnes when he won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2016 Rio Olympics, before starting the 2016/17 season as the highly prized Dallas Mavericks recruit.
Kansas City Chiefs
All-Pro American Football Player
Charles played college football for the University of Texas for three years and was then drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008. During his career with the Chiefs, he has won numerous accolades, including four Pro Bowl nominations (2010, 2012-2014) and two first-team All-Pro nods (2010, 2013). Charles led the NFL’s American Football Conference in rushing in 2013 and currently holds the Chiefs’ career rushing record with 7,220 yards.
TV, video, YouTube and social media maven…with basketball cred
Ms. DeMita is an Ohio girl with serious communication, interview, on-camera and basketball skills. McDavid is proud and pumped to team up with Rachel on all manner of product demos, player/game insights and general communicating-with-the-world shenanigans. R. DeMita is a maestro of social media, a master of YouTube and was the first cyber pioneer to broadcast a television show through a video game—NBA 2KTV. Rachel played D1 bball on a full-ride with Old Dominion University and broke a few ankles in her time. (We have just the thing for that…)
Australian Professional Basketball Player
Bec started her basketball career playing for the Australian Institute of Sport. Most recently, she has been signed with Australians WNBL. Bec is the 2019 Dandenong Rangers MVP, and is a 2018-19 WNBL ALL-STAR Five member. She was a bronze medallist at the 2018 FIBA Asia cup, and is the ranked No. 1 3x3 Hustle women's player in Australia