Nassir Little News & Bio

Name:Nassir Little
Hometown:Orlando, FL
High School:Orlando Christian Prep
Recruit Rating:5 Stars
Born:February 11, 2000 (20)
Height/Weight:6-6, 220
Position:Small Forward
Pro Team:Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2018 McDonald's All-American
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As Nassir Little begins NBA journey, a fallen friend is a constant inspiration
When his name was finally called in the NBA Draft, Nassir Little stood up and embraced his father, Harold, and mother, April, before high-fiving and...

Rather that talking trash, Damian Lillard gives Nassir Little some gas
Damian Lillard had a counter to Michael Porter Jr.'s trash talk. The Trail Blazers also have a rookie in Nassir Little who was one of...

Roy Williams Seeking Perimeter Scoring Options
Luke Maye, Cameron Johnson, Kenny Williams, Coby White, Nassir Little, and their 271 made three-pointers are no longer on the roster, which poses a significant...

Trail Blazer rookie Nassir Little already "paying it forward"in the Portland community
There Nassir Little was sitting at his very own meet and greet, and he was thanking the fans for coming out to see him. "This...

Everything you need to know about new Trail Blazer Nassir Littleā€¦.Off the court
As a freshman in college, Little proved he can interact with fans and show his personality with the best of them. UNC Fans were treated...

Podcast: Nassir Little on "The Bridge"
Get to know your newest Trail Blazer, rookie Nassir Little, in this in-depth two-part podcast. Justin Myers sits down with Little and the two talk...

Trail Blazers rookie Nassir Little enjoying his busy summer in Portland
Nassir Little surprised 170 young athletes at the Trail Blazers Summer Hoops Camp over the weekend. Little helped coach the youngsters who had no idea...

Photos: Nassir Little Works With Kids At Summer Basketball Camp
Former North Carolina forward and 2019 1st round NBA Draft pick Nassir Little helps coach young athletes enrolled in the Portland Trail Blazers' Basketball Camp...

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There is a lot of excitement surrounding UNC freshman Cole Anthony. His commitment earned him a spot as the second-best commit for Roy Williams in...

How Much Is Your School Spending on College Basketball Recruiting?
UNC, which is among the bluest of college basketball blue bloods, only spent $159,501 on recruiting in 2018 (46th among schools examined), and that spending...

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