Toronto's Dwayne Smith: The Last Knight
It wasn't long ago when Toronto was gaining exposure from the Denham Brown era of Canadian basketball. Most of the focus now has been shifted to our young NBA Canadian stars and even younger players coming up. However, just like the mid-range game, many people are forgetting about the Canadian talent in the middle of the wolf-pack -- a generation of professional ballers that may have gone unnoticed or not get the credit they deserve. With this middle generation soon coming to an end, one player in particular, Dwayne Smith, could very well be Toronto's Last Knight.
3D Canada Head Coach Kyle Julius was extremely impressed in getting the opportunity to coach Dwayne Smith:
"Dwayne Smith is easily one of the most underrated basketball players in Toronto, and the country. Dwayne is a beast who plays the right way. He's a versatile player who can drill the 3 and put the ball on the deck. Dwayne can cover multiple positions and rebound like a warrior. He was a major part of our gold medal in Taiwan and I would go to battle with Dwayne anytime in any league". - Kyle Julius
President and Founder of 3D Global Sports Canada also was quite impressed with the pick-up of Dwayne Smith:
"Dwayne presented a level of high consistency and professionalism, both on-and-off the court, which made it extremely easy to work and win with"- Teddy Tochev
Dwayne Smith (George Washington NCAA) has played in the top league of Argentina and has won championships in the Colombia and Mexico leagues. He also won championships in his hometown of Toronto and now can add a historic William Jones Cup Championship to his resume.