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KEYDREN CLARK TALKS ABOUT PRO BASKETBALL IN EUROPE (PART 2)

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Published on Monday, 07 August 2017 Written by Big Apple Basketball

20840159 10154909339221169 167992807 nBronx, NY - Former two-time NCAA Division I scoring champion, Keydren Clark stopped by a recent Big Apple Basketball training session and assisted with the workout.

In addition, Clark spoke to the youth, high school, and college student-athletes about his professional playing experience in Europe. He detailed the pros and cons of being a professional basketball player.

While at St. Peter's College from 2002-2006, he scored 3,058 points and averaged 25.9 points per game for his career. He is one of only eight players to score over 3,000 points in NCAA Men's Division I history. During his sophomore (26.7ppg) and junior (25.8ppg) campaigns he led the country in scoring. Upon his graduation, he held the record for most three-pointers made in NCAA history, before being passed by former Duke star, J.J. Redick and Travis Bader from Oakland. 

From 2011-2015 he played on the Big Apple Basketball Pro Summer Team.

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