Email us for help
Welcome to 60/60.
There is a belief that 60 is a huge number in our lives. Once you reach it, things will never be the same. Here, right here, is where you discover why you don’t want to let things be the same. The amazing individuals showcased here are living the dream. Now allow them to take you on the journey. I guarantee you there is a lot to learn. I think they hold the keys to the future.
Up next is Stewart Granger. Yup, Stewart Granger aka Stu. He has an amazing story to share and guess what? It’s still going. He is said to be one of the best point guards in Canadian Senior Men’s National Team history, Granger represented Canada at the 1982 and 1990 FIBA World Championship for Men. Granger made history as the first Black Canadian to be drafted into the NBA when the Cleveland Cavaliers selected him 24th overall in the 1983 NBA Draft. In three seasons in the NBA, Granger appeared in 80 games for the Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks.
Prior to the NBA, Granger spent four years at the University of Villanova University where he played 125 games for the Wildcats and was an All-Big East Second team selection in back-to-back seasons.
That’s a lot for me to digest. Hence, the reason why he is joining us to share his story. It is an honor to have him with us. Now let’s get to learning what 60/60 is all about.
If you have questions, this is your opportunity to dial-in and ask (516) 418-5778.