Terrell Myers

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Terrell Myers (born August 28, 1974 in New Haven, Connecticut) is an American professional basketball player.

Terrell attended James Hillhouse after graduation then attended St. Thomas More Prep school in Waterbury, Connecticut, followed by Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he studied and played basketball from 1993-1997. After graduating, Myers moved to England, signing professionally for British Basketball League outfit Sheffield Sharks, where he enjoyed four very successful seasons winning the BBL Trophy in 1998, the League Championship in 1999 and the BBL Cup in 2000. He also picked up many personal accolades as well, collecting awards for the BBL Player of the Year 1998-99 (When he averaged 23.5 PPG), the BBL Cup MVP in 1999, as well as being named in the All-Star team for four seasons running (1998–2002).

In 2001 Terrell moved to the London Towers,[1] and in 2003 to Spanish lower-league team Casademont Girona, where after two good season's Myers earned a move to the Asociación de Clubs de Baloncesto to play for Akasvayu Girona in one of Europe's biggest leagues, after which he moved to CB Murcia. Having spent six years in the United Kingdom, Myers is an eligible British citizen.

Myers is now the head basketball coach at St Andrew's School in Delaware.[2]

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