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Raising the Bar

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May 05th 2016:Scot Pollard: That's What's Up!

Meet Scot Pollard, taller than average guy, family man, and funnier than many of his old hairstyles! Oh! He was also just voted off of Survivor and had a great stint in the NBA. You may have heard of him? (sarcasm)
There's a lot that makes him tick, and he's not too shy to talk about anything. You'll be inspired by his acts of paying it forward and relieved to know that, SURPRISE SURPRISE, he's human and deals with a lot of the same things that all of us "normal" folks do! Join in on the fun & get yourself moving to do something to better those around you!

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Scot Pollard

Scot grew up in a big family with 4 brothers and one sister. When I say big, I mean it. At 6’11” only one of his brothers and his sister are shorter than him! He was born in Utah, but mostly raised in San Diego. Along with basketball, he played volleyball in High School, and actually had some scholarship offers to play both sports. Choosing to stick with basketball, his college career couldn’t have gone better as he played all four years at center for the University of Kansas under then coach, Roy Williams. It's safe to say that Coach Williams prepared him for a long career as a professional basketball player! As a family man, retired 11 year NBA veteran, car and motorcycle enthusiast,
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