When Duquesne’s top NCAA three-point shooter Micah Mason was in grade school, his parents transformed their home basketball court, which wasn’t close to regulation size, into the training ground for an all-star using the Gun. Throughout his entire youth, Micah spent hours launching jumper after jumper into his backyard hoop. By junior year of highschool, Micah’s outstanding technique turned him into a Division I prospect, averaging 33.3 points per game. Today, he’s the nation’s leading three-point shooter.
Follow Micah’s story below as he practiced with the Gun at home, in high school, and later in college: