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About Stephen Howard

Award winning speaker, author, and ESPN college basketball commentator, Stephen Howard has been presenting and speaking worldwide for the past 6 years. He has been leading, inspiring, overcoming adversity and seemingly impossible odds… his whole life. In his talks, Stephen provides the “wow” that audiences crave, while delivering the substance that event planners value.

A former NBA journeyman, Stephen Howard uses stories from his journey that took him from a small private school in Dallas, to being a collegiate Academic All American at DePaul University, to the NBA and across the globe, and presently an ESPN college basketball analyst to inspire, motivate, and challenge all who hear his story.

Stephen Christopher Howard (born July 15, 1970 in Dallas, Texas) is an American professional basketball player, formerly in the National Basketball Association. Howard played collegiately at DePaul University. He played four seasons in the NBA, from 1992 through to 1998.

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