Mar 22 2009
He was a skinny “raggity kid from college park” who had an undeniable talent with the basketball. Len Bias was the hope for Maryland basketball to win a National Championship and the Celtics to continue their dominance.
It’s always a shame when a talent like this has an “incomplete” run. And when a guy that was as nice, quiet and unassuming as Bias lost his life, it kind of makes you wonder at the whole system of things. Sometimes life just isn’t fair and people are taken from us at the wrong time.
But it’s at least comforting to know that Bias was so important to so many people and as importantly, the game of basketball.
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