Alvin Snow Jr. talks about what makes the Seattle basketball fraternity special on The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau

Alvin Snow joined Wednesday’s episode of The Iso with Dan Dickau to talk about what makes the Seattle basketball fraternity special, stories from his pro basketball career, Doug Christie’s mentorship and playing under former Franklin coach Ron Drayton. After starring at Seattle’s Franklin High School, Snow became a program pillar at Eastern Washington, leading the Eagles to the 2004 NCAA Tournament before playing some 10 years overseas. Now, he’s a basketball agent and owns his own agency, Worldwide Sports Management.

The Iso with Dan Dickau is a podcast presented by SBLive Sports and the Bleav Podcast Network, which publishes weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dickau, a former Gonzaga All-American, NBA vet-turned basketball analyst interviews experts all corners of the sports world from coaches, front office executives to athletes about untold stories, memories and experiences.

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