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Marial Shayok: Super Marial’s World

Basketball has become a pretty big deal in Canada’s capital. Between the dominance of the Carleton Ravens, the birth of the NBL’s Skyhawks and a fresh crop of up and coming young players, there are plenty of bright spots in Ottawa’s basketball circles. Of all the upcoming talents, Marial Shayok, a product of St. Patrick’s High School is shining brighter than the rest. Marial grew up in a family of athletes he acknowledges that his family’s pedigree plays a huge role in developing him into the player he is today. His father, Makur, played basketball for the Dayton Flyers from 1990 to 1992 and Marial credits him with putting “the ball in his hands ever since [he] was a young kid”, and for developing him […]

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Marial Shayok: Super Marial's World
Marial Shayok Super Marials World
Basketball has become a pretty big deal in Canada’s capital. Between the dominance of the Carleton Ravens, the birth of the NBL’s Skyhawks and a fresh crop of up and coming young players, there are plenty of bright spots in Ottawa’s basketball circles. Of all the upcoming talents, Marial Shayok, a product of St. Patrick’s High School is shining brighter than the rest. Marial grew up in a family of athletes he acknowledges that his family’s pedigree plays a huge role in developing him into the player he is today. His father, Makur, played basketball for the Dayton Flyers from 1990 to 1992 and Marial credits him with putting “the ball in his hands ever since [he] was a young kid”, and for developing him […]
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