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San Antonio Chris Douglas-Roberts is an All-America basketball player for the University of Memphis.
His parents saw success like this coming, which explains why Douglas-Roberts has a mouthful of a last name that everybody now knows.
"I guess they felt I was going to be somebody," Douglas-Roberts said. "So my dad didn't want to give up his name, and my mom said, 'I'm definitely not giving up my name.' So they just gave me both."
Douglas-Roberts is the most potent offensive option for Memphis as it heads into tonight's NCAA championship game against Kansas University. He averages 18.0 points per game and poured in a team-high 28 in a victory over UCLA in Saturday's first Final Four semifinal.
He has a charming personality and an explosive game, which oddly enough was fine-tuned in a Detroit boxing gym when he was little.
Douglas-Roberts visited Kronk Gym in Motown almost every day, fine-tuning his athletic ability.
"I did a little boxing," Douglas-Roberts said, "but I wasn't fighting anybody."
Nope, he instead went to the basketball court and became a sought-after recruit. KU coach Bill Self wanted him, but Douglas-Roberts said he wasn't familiar enough with the Sunflower State ever to take a serious look.
"Bill Self, he was always genuine," Douglas-Roberts said. "He was always honest, and he was always good to me, and I really liked that. I looked at those type of things when I was being recruited. Him and (Memphis) coach (John Calipari) were the most genuine to me.
"I just thought that Memphis was a better fit."
Douglas-Roberts calls the floater his trademark shot, but he provided the Final Four's most dazzling highlight when he did a backdoor cut and dunked the ball left-handed over two UCLA big men during the second half.
He has a lot of other tricks in his bag - unorthodox moves that often work and help him get as many points as he does. Calipari compares him to Earl "The Pearl" Monroe - no minor comparison considering Monroe is considered an all-time great.
Every bit of Douglas-Roberts' ability will be needed tonight. Kansas has a defensive presence that's hard to ignore, and Memphis' fast-paced style of play will be seriously tested.
It won't be tweaked, though.
"It is going to be an up-and-down game," Douglas-Roberts said. "It is going to be fun to play in and should be great to watch. To us, the half-court game is boring, and I know you guys think so, too.
"I believe that the two teams that have made the finals are the two that should be playing for the national championship."