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|No. 73 – Santa Ana Spectrums|
|Species||Grey Hare ( Leporidae )|
February 21, 1986|
Saint John's, NL
|Listed height||6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)|
|Listed weight||226 lb (103 kg)|
|High school||DeMatha Catholic High School (Hyattsville, MD)|
|School||Lapine State University|
|FBA draft||2006 / Round: TBD|
|Pro playing career||2006–present|
|2010-Jan 2017||Baltimore Spirits|
|Jan 2017-2018||Montana Howlers|
|2019-present||Santa Ana Spectrums|
|2020 Salary||$1 million|
|(IC) Agent||Hubert Bristol|
|(OOC) Creator||Unknown (adopted by Kresblain)|
|(OOC) Usage||Ask me before any use|
Abraxas Kellen "Brax" Trenor (Grey Hare, born February 21, 1986) is a professional basketball player for the Santa Ana Spectrums of the Furry Basketball Association.
Trenor grew up in Saint John's, Newfoundland's capital and largest city, the second son of track & field athlete James Trenor, ninth classified in the male's decathlon at the 1976 Furry Olympic Games in Montreal. He started playing basketball in his brother Zed's shadow, initially struggling against elite competition but eventually overcoming his deficit by means of an extensive work on his game and a growth spurt which pushed him over 6'5" before turning 15.
After becoming a star on for his local club-team and leading them to victory in two straight provincial championship, it was painfully clear that he wouldn't get better if he kept playing in remote Newfoundland against much weaker opposition. He transferred to the US for his last two years of high school, playing for Maryland basketball powerhouse DeMatha Catholic High School before committing to Lapine State University, right after young rabbit sensation Buck Hopper declared for the 2004 FBA Draft.
During Brax's two-year tenure in Redding, Lapine State was in the middle of a reconstruction after Hopper's graduation to the big leagues. Along with Dominican pygmy rabbit guard Leonardo Garcia, Trenor managed to lead the team to two straight winning seasons before declaring for the FBA Draft, coming in as one of the hottest prospects of the 2006 Draft Class.
Brax quickly established a reputation as one of the league's fastest pure forwards, dominating fast breaks despite his bulk and quickly getting a starting spot despite his relative lack of experience. During the 2010 off-season, he was traded from the Spokane Rapids to the Baltimore Spirits along with a second-round pick in exchange for Blake Adrian and a sign-and-trade of fellow hare Brad Zimmerman. Baltimore's management was reportedly very happy with Trenor's performance during his first year as a Spirit, so much that they signed him a 7-year, 68 million contract at the end of the 2011 season.
Brax has been playing with the Spirits ever since, never being dethroned from his starting spot at PF, and he's enjoyed the reputation of being a franchise face alongside fellow lapine Silvia Windcreek.
Despite his Canadian roots, Brax has repeatedly made it clear that he considers Maryland his home state, ever since relocating to Hyattsville to play basketball in high school. He puntuated his statement by assuring himself a $7 million, 45-acre property in Ellicott City, complete with horse barns, a guest cottage, private basketball and tennis courts and a pool house.
During his university years and first FBA seasons, Brax was renowned for his libertine attitude, a decidedly common trait in lagomorphs. He fathered a son, Abraxas Kellen Jr. (born in April 2006) with his college girlfriend Mackenzie Roemer, whom he married the following summer. Roemer filed for divorce two years later, officially citing "incompatibility of character" but at the same time believing he had cheated on her with other women. The couple officially remarried in 2013, following a reconciliation happened while Roemer was visiting her son at her ex-husband's place during the 2012 FBA off-season.
Brax fathered other two children out of wedlock, a son and a daughter. After his first divorce, Brax was been romantically linked to Swedish-Ecuadorian lapine Bond girl Elisabeth Armas, which he dated for a couple years during his tenure with the Spirits; the couple conceived a son, Jacinto Nicholas (born June 4, 2011) which is currently been raised by Brax and his wife. Another daughter he had in 2009 with a Tacoma-based pole dancer called Ellie Kertesz, whom Brax recognized after she filed a paternity suit against him three years later, has received financial support from the baller ever since he and Kertesz settled it out of court.
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