Academy car driver Andrew Kravchenko is the latest to fall victim to the growing popularity of basketball in the United States.
Kravchenko was born in New York City, but grew up in Australia.
His career began when he joined the BCA Academy in the early 2000s, and he has since gone on to be a four-time Australian Olympian.
He now drives the school’s basketball team, and was one of the stars of a recent basketball game between the Boca Raton Academy of Art and Design and the Breslin Academy in Florida.
The game featured eight players on the court.
The players were separated by a hoop, and Kravnikov was the one to score.
He’s currently in his third season with the Bca Academy.
He’s the first NBA player to earn a basketball scholarship, and his story is part of an increasing trend of young athletes entering the NBA.
In the past few years, more and more NBA players have switched to the league’s “superstar league,” the NBA, from college basketball.
In 2016, the league began awarding scholarships to players with at least 200 games of college basketball experience.
This season, the NBA expanded the number of players eligible for the NBA D-League, the third-tier developmental league, from six to 13.