Point guard who won NCAA Championships with the University of Connecticut Huskies in 2011 and 2014. He was named the 2014 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player after helping UConn become the first 7-seed in history to win the NCAA Tournament. He spent his first NBA season with the Miami Heat, then was traded to the Orlando Magic in 2015.
He played for two years at Charlestown High School, and two more at Lawrence Academy, where he was considered a four-star recruit.
He was a first-team All-Big East selection his junior year and his senior year he was named AAC Player of the Year.
His mother, Carmen Velazquez, became his manager.
As a freshman at UConn, he played alongside star shooting guard Kemba Walker.