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Peter 'Scants' Scantlebury MBE (born 21 November 1963 in Camberwell, London, England) is a former professional basketball player, the former head coach of Sheffield Sharks who competed in the British Basketball League and is now a teacher at Aston Academy.
Scantlebury attended Winthrop University in North Carolina, United States. He is one of the most successful figures in the history of British basketball, and was awarded an MBE in 2016 for his services to basketball.
- 1998-2003 Sheffield Sharks
- 1997-1998 Newcastle Eagles
- 1993-1997 Thames Valley Tigers
- 1991-1993 London Towers
- 1990-1991 Sunderland Saints
- 1981-1990 Guildford Pirates/Bracknell Pirates/Bracknell Tigers
In September 2011, Scantlebury joined the teaching staff of Aston Academy, taking up the post of Year 11 pastoral manager. In September the following year, 2012, Scantlebury became Year 9 pastoral manager at Aston Academy.
- England opt for Scantlebury (2 April 2004)
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