Chance Comanche hails from a culturally diverse background, as his parents have different ethnicities.
He considers his mother, who played basketball professionally before retiring due to a knee injury, as his motivation.
Chance Comanche, an American professional basketball player, most recently played with the Stockton Kings in the NBA G League.
He graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 2015. There, he averaged 20.1 points, 16 rebounds, and four blocks per game in his senior year.
During his two-year tenure at the University of Arizona, Comanche played 60 games, averaging 4.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.
On May 5, 2017, he declared for the draft, forgoing two years of college eligibility, although any team didn’t select him.
Comanche has played for various teams throughout his career, including the Memphis Hustle, Canton Charge, Enid Outlaws, Mamak Belediyesi, Stockton Kings, and the Portland Trail Blazers.
Who Are The Parents Of Chance Comanche?
Born on April 14, 1996, in California, United States, Chance Comanche has a diverse heritage.
His mother, Melissa McGee, is of half-Caucasian and half-African-American descent. She had a noteworthy career in women’s basketball at Long Beach State during the early 90s.
Unfortunately, she retired because of a knee injury while playing in Spain in 1995.
Melissa’s influence on Chance’s life has been profound. Reflecting on their relationship, Chance expressed,
“She’s just always been there through everything for me. For me to be able to play and even make it this far in life, I can see how proud she is of me. I play for her to give her an easy life. Let her just watch me play, that’s it. She can just travel the world and watch me play basketball.”
On the paternal side, Chance’s father is of diverse heritage, being a quarter Comanche, a quarter Choctaw, and half African-American.
However, details about his father’s name and current whereabouts remain unknown.
Comanche To Face Murder Charge
The Stockton Kings’ G League player Chance Comanche, along with Sakari Harnden, is set to face open murder charges in connection with the death of a 23-year-old woman who had been reported missing in Las Vegas, as announced by the police on Sunday.
Shortly after his arrest, Comanche was released from the Stockton Kings, the developmental affiliate of the Sacramento Kings.
The arrest followed his participation in a G-League game in Henderson, Nevada, just 15 miles from Las Vegas, on the night before Marayna Rodgers was last seen and reported missing.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department revealed in a statement that the remains of Marayna Rodgers, a medical assistant from Washington state, were discovered in a desert area in Henderson, Nevada, where she was last seen.
After the arrest of Comanche and Harnden, detectives were able to obtain information leading to the recovery of human remains later confirmed to be those of Rodgers in the Henderson desert.
Marayna Rodgers disappeared on December 6 while on a trip to Las Vegas. She was last seen getting into a car with her friend, Sakari Harnden.