How does someone who was diagnosed to never walk, play professional basketball for 17 years? Former NBA player Olden Polynice, was born with a disability that caused his feet to turn inwards and was diagnosed to never walk, beat the odds and was able to live up to his name’s moniker (victory) and play in the NBA for 15 years, 17 internationally. Polynice served as the ambassador for the National Disability Employment Awareness Month and he stops by to talk to us about his career and his work as an advocate!
Marco Correia, the founder of Fanpics will also stop by to talk about Fanpics, a new sports technology that is changing how sports fans create and share content. Anyone that has ever attended a sporting event knows the rush of adrenaline when their team scores a goal, sinks the winning basket or hits a walk-off homerun. These moments are at the core of sports, and are memories that can last a lifetime. Now there is Fanpics, a new way for fans to capture these priceless moments and their own emotional reactions to them, leaving them with a much better story to tell the world – and all they have to do is open the free app and enter their seat number to see and share their photos.
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