Momar Sakanoko is a serial entrepreneur, founder of be great Company and former professional basketball player, who has recorded several wins on the court and off-the-court. Momar started playing basketball in Paris at eight and went on to play for the clubs, Union elite and Metropolitans 92, in his early teenage days. A former ESPN Top 100 Player, Momars professional career began right after high school and he has had successful stints in the basketball leagues of Argentina, the Czech Republic and Austria.Momars parents were born in Senegal, West Africa. They migrated to France, Western Europe, before their sons birth. He gains his Senegalese citizenship from his parents.He was born on Childrens Day (27th of May) in 1998. He was birthed in Frances capital city Paris. His father is Mr Momar Sakanoko while his mother is named Mrs Anna Dioum. His parents gave him the name: Momar Sakanoko.The Sakanokos are a family of four. Momar has a sister. They resided in a decent neighbourhood in France and practised the Muslim religion. The adults in the family ensured that the children were taught the importance of good morals from a young age.He spent his formative years living in Paris before he migrated to a different continent to pursue his dream of becoming a successful basketball player.Momars journey into basketball started when he was still right years old. He had begun practising the game at home with his sister. With time, his parents discovered that he was a natural when it comes to the sport.As a young boy, he played for Union elite and Metropolitans clubs, which were based in his community. He excelled in these clubs and made a name for himself as a very skilled basketball player.He was educated at a top-notch public school for his elementary and middle school education. He graduated with good grades from Wesley Christian School, Kentucky, for his high school education.When Momar moved to the United States, he joined a sporting institute: Wesley Christian School, Kentucky. He played for the schools basketball team, for four years before going professionally.As a high school student, he was one of the best young basketball players in the country. He was ranked #84 on ESPN Top 100, joining the exclusive list of the top-rated high school players in the country.