ST. LOUIS — There just haven’t been many SLU basketball players who have ever averaged 20 points per game over the final 2 seasons of their career. Lewis McKinney was a rare and special talent.
The Central High School grad had the complete package: a 40-inch verticle, great ball skills and a wonderful mid-range game.
However, a freak eye injury prevented McKinney from an NBA career.
It did not stop him from having a tremendous career as an executive at Anheuser Busch.
It’s what he has done after that career, though, which may be McKinney’s legacy.
Through his non-profit, A Caring Plus Foundation, and his passion, he is caring for the elderly.
You can find more information about A Caring Plus Foundation on their website.