Terrence Tolliver

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Terrence Tolliver
(Pronghorn, G)
ID#583
Terrence Tolliver.jpg
Illustrated by AsterionBlazing
No. 8 – Pittsburgh Keystones
Position Guard
Species Pronghorn ( Antilocapridae )
Gender Male
Nickname(s)
T-Pop
Personal information
Born North Philadelphia, PA
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Listed weight 195 lb (88 kg)
Shoots Left
Career information
School Two Points University
FBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
Selected by the Pittsburgh Keystones
Pro playing career 2013–present
Career history
2013-present Pittsburgh Keystones
Career highlights and awards
  • FBA All-Star (2016)
  • FBA Rookie All-Star (2014)
Contract information
Contract year 2015
2020 Salary $10 million
2021 Salary $15 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Unknown
(OOC) Creator Kyell Gold
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

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Terrence Tolliver was ranked #2 in the 2013 Draft Candidate Combine.

Biography

Moved from Arizona to Philly when he was eight, and fought to make a name for himself on the carnivore-dominated basketball courts of the neighborhood. Though his quickness helped him get around larger, slower players, his drive to show up the wolves and foxes he played against kept him on the playgrounds night after night, working on his jump shot. One wolf in particular harassed him for years, telling him he would never have "the moves to play with the preds." Tolliver used that as motivation and led his high school team to the State finals, was recruited by Appalachian and Two Points and chose Two Points to stay close to home.

At Two Points, his skills got him into the starting lineup quickly, but over his first two years he clashed with the carnivores on the team, particularly a wolf shooting guard who accused Tolliver of "freezing him out" during games. Tolliver's coach (John Huskey, Jr.) threatened him with benching unless he changed his attitude and became more team-oriented. Tolliver credits his coach with showing him the way to greater success, as he led Two Points to success in that year's tournament and even allowed himself to be photographed standing next to the team's leading scorer, a fox.