NEW YORK –Before even knowing the identity of the team to select him in the evening, Quebecer Bennedict Mathurin fueled the show, Thursday, on the red carpet of the NBA Draft which is being held in Brooklyn.
For this big day, Mathurin donned a spectacular red and black outfit with a pendant bearing the words “DomixWorld” to pay tribute to his brother Dominique, who died seven years ago.
Remember that Mathurin, 20, could logically become the earliest Quebecer drafted in NBA history. Several observers predict that the product of the University of Arizona Wildcats will be chosen among the first 10 of the current vintage.
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