The youngster has shown his A-game in the sport as a shooting guard, inspiring many other budding talents in basketball.
It is quite easy to dream about something, but making consistent efforts and working rigorously to turn the same into reality takes a lot from an individual, be it in any industry. Especially in the world of sports, things can get even more intimidating and tough for a few, but the ones who keep walking their path, with the genuine intent to make it huge in their sporting craft and emerge as a true talent for the world to know indeed go ahead in becoming one. We couldn’t help but notice the rise of one such rising player in the world of basketball named John Groover, who, with his incredible skills in the game today, has made quite a name for himself.
He was born in 1987 and confesses how if anything attracted him the most, it was all things sports, with basketball having his heart. He very early decided to be a part of this sport and for that was even ready to go under the grind and emerge as a true-blue professional basketball player, and boy did he become one? Well, John Groover is already a growing basketball player who recently spread his magic by playing for Xinjiang Flying Tigers in China – CBA. But, before that, he signed with the NBL team called the Beijing Bucks, after which he used the Wildball as a stepping stone to make the CBA which is a top league in China. The 34-year-old Norwegian is a 6 ft 4 tall guy who has aced the “game” of basketball by being a shooting guard. It is essential to throw some light on his career highlights. Let’s start with Norway – BLNO game in December 2015, hitting an all-time career high. He made 32 efficiency in Eidsvoll Oslo’s home loss against Baerum Basket, 80-103, and had 8 rebounds, with 8 assists and 35 points. The next year, he made his career-high in blocks in a Norway – BLNO game with 16 points, 8 assists, and 5 rebounds, going for 1 block in Eidsvoll Oslo’s home loss against Fyllingen BBK, 89-102.
In the same year in 2016, again for the same game, he went for 1 block in Eidsvoll Oslo’s home loss against Fyllingen BBK, 89-102, and had 5 rebounds, 8 assists, and 16 points. In January 2016, John Groover made his career-high, scoring 39 points in Eidsvoll Oslo’s road loss against Ammerud Bskt, 112-92 with 5 assists, 6 rebounds, and 4 steals. In the match with them in February 2016, he made 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals, and 28 points. Later in that month, John Groover had 12 assists in Eidsvoll Oslo’s home loss against Froya Basket, 80-129, and made 19 points in a Norway – BLNO game with 1 steal and 8 rebounds.
Watch out for John Groover, who looks unstoppable in his quest to become one of the finest basketball players in the coming years.