Shawn Opunui grew up as a scrappy short kid playing basketball barefoot in Hawaii.
When he was 12 years old, his coach told him, "Shawn, you're always going to be the smallest guy on the court. The only way you'll ever make it in this game is if you're smarter than everyone."
And that's exactly what Shawn did.
He devoted his life to the game of basketball. When other guys were out partying, he was analyzing film with his coach.
His hard work and dedication paid off. He won a full scholarship to a Division I school and played two years of college basketball. His second year he was an All-American and put up these stats:
At just 5' 11" tall, he went on to earn millions playing professional basketball in the NBA, as well as in China, Japan, and Australia.
Shawn earned millions in basketball not because he was bigger, stronger, faster, or better than anyone.
It was because he was SMARTER.
Lots of players have natural talent. Some have great developed skills. But the players who really succeed are SMARTER than everyone else on the court.
Not bigger. Not quicker. Not more athletic. Not more skilled. Smarter.
ANYONE can become a smart player. And when you're smart, you can easily beat players bigger, faster, stronger, better than you.
You can drill down on skills all day every day. But if you lack intelligence for the game, you'll never have the complete package to succeed.
Smart Ballers reveals the insider secrets that gave a scrappy 5' 11" kid from Hawaii millions.
Because like Shawn, you may not be the tallest, the quickest, the strongest, or the most athletic. But you CAN become the smartest.
And if you do that, you just may become the next player to win millions—not with athletic ability, but with intelligence.