Pew Pew, born January 21, 1985, is a professional basketball player for the Bay Area Sharp Shooters. He is currently playing in his 10th season in the National Basketball Association. Pew Pew attended San Francisco High School, where he made his name as “The Beast.” He earned this title by averaging 25 points, 10 assists, and 5 blocks, shooting with remarkable accuracy making 75% of all field goals attempted. The combination of his staggering height at 6 feet 8 inches and his incredible lightning speed makes Pew Pew one of the most feared players in the game of basketball.
Pew Pew was sought after by the most prestigious universities during his last year of high school, but Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player of all time strongly suggested to Pew Pew to forego college and to jump right into a professional career. Pew Pew joined the NBA straight out of high school, and it proved to be the right decision. In Pew Pew’s rookie year, he averaged 30 points per game, shooting the lights out from 3-point range with an excellent 80% success rate.
By his fifth year in the league, Pew Pew's game continued to elevate as he averaged 45 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 blocks, making him an unstoppable force. Pew Pew has won his team three consecutive championships, the first team in NBA history to ever achieve this feat, only fortifying his reputation to be known as one of the greatest basketball players of all time.