Trailer: Man Child (About Schea Cotton)
Manchild is a documentary about a Los Angeles basketball legend by the name of Schea Cotton. There have been many stories told about Schea, and all of the ones about what he did on the court are true. This time though Schea and the people closest to him tell the story about what REALLY happened. A star studded documentary featuring Paul Pierce, Baron Davis, Ron Artest, Tyson Chandler, Jason Hart, and Elton Brand all of whom are in the NBA with a presence of Schea Cotton on the basketball scene. There is no such thing as a “lock” for the NBA because if that were the case Schea Cotton would be there, no doubt.
This “Where Are They Now” is a bit different than the ones you may be used to. We usually update you on past Pack players, but this last weekend we got to catch up with a guy who was committed to the Wolfpack but never actually put on the red and white. His name is Schea Cotton… sound familiar?
” I love NC State fans. I do. It was really just a hard situation.” said Cotton. ” I wanted to be at NC State but the NCAA was coming down on me and was all over NC State for it. It was just better at the time to part ways.”
“I still keep track of NC State. Even though I became a SEC guy, I always check up on the Wolfpack. North Carolina is a great place. Such big time college basketball, and NC State, they were just good people.”
“You know it was a crazy time I mean, I just believe that if you just believe in God and trust in God, everything works out.”
Schea, a native of Long Beach is still involved a great deal with basketball. He is working with Dino Trigonis who works mainly with high school players looking to be scouted and recruited by big time college programs. Before that he was playing in Italy, Shanghi, France and Serbia.
We’d like to thank Schea for taking time out to talk to us and for being so open and honest with us. He’s a great guy and worked really hard to invest in the kids at Pangos. We also gave him our card to let him know that if he wants to keep up with NC State Basketball, this is the place to do it. He told us he’ll be checking us out, so if you want to show Shea some love, feel free.