Montreal basketball player Bennedict Mathurin destined for NBA stardom

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A 20-year-old from Montreal is a rising star in the basketball world, and it’s expected Bennedict Mathurin will be one of the NBA’s top draft picks.

Mathurin grew up playing in one of his home city’s poorest neighbourhoods. He also followed his older sister Jennifer, an elite basketball player in her own right.

Dan Spector explains how Mathurin’s talent with the ball is helping usher in a golden age in Canadian basketball, and how he’s also shown strength off the court.

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