Trevor Ruffin born in Buffalo, NY, is a former Point Guard, who played in both the NBA & ABA. He attended Bennett High School & played for Arizona Western Community College and the University of Hawaii. Ruffin became a free agent in ‘94 & signed with the Phoenix Suns. During his rookie year, he averaged 29.2 points per his 40 minute playing time=5 points to 6.5 minutes per game. He played his following year with the Philadelphia 76ers. Although he only started in 24 games & played only 2 years in the NBA, he was best known for providing an instant offense due to his immediate point production coming off the bench. From 1997-2004, he played overseas in France, Greece and Turkey & in 2001 he earned the Europe (Sweden) MVP award. Ruffin played for hometown Buffalo Rapids/Silverbacks in ’05. After a career ending injury, he returned as the interim head coach following the resignation of Richard Jacob. Ruffin currently lives in Atlanta, where he is the Assistant Head Coach for the North Atlanta HS Varsity Basketball Team. He has two children, Trevor and Kendell.