Buffy Coleman's story is indeed a true success story. Standing only 5ft.-7in. tall, he has been able to do something that most short people aren't supposed to do and that's play professional basketball. As a youngster he was discouraged not to pursue basketball because of his height but he persevered and defied the odds by becoming successful at reaching his goal.
Originating from the small town of Heflin, Louisiana, he was discovered by the Harlem Globetrotters by sending a video of his ball handling skills to management. He attended their 1993 Training Camp where a pre-existing injury was aggravated but he redeemed himself and sent a video to Todd Davis, the Chairman and President of the World Famous Harlem Wizards. After reviewing the video, the Moonachie New Jersey based organization signed Buffy to a deal. He ended up spending two great seasons with the Wizards.
Ultimately, Coleman has always wanted to become an entrepreneur while making his own impact in the entertainment business and he accomplishes this by changing the lives of kids all over North America with the Buffy Coleman Basketball Show since 1998. What a success story!!
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