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Emanuel “Manny” Leaks is the baby of the family and was born in Cleveland, Ohio. His three sisters could only call him baby because his was the last child born. His height would never be true to that position because he would grow to be 6’8, towering over many not only in stature, but gentleness and intelligence. Emanuel grew up in a religious home which would prove to be what has kept him grounded his entire life.
Manny attended Miles Standish Elementary, Empire Junior High and East High Schools where he excelled in academia. While at Empire, he was not satisfied with his basketball game and began practicing. He practiced continuously and a janitor at school saw him one afternoon and said, “Son, if you want to get yourself together and be good, shoot 500 times, if you want to be great, shoot 1000!” These words would start Manny on a road to stardom. After a time, Manny stopped counting and would just shoot. He’d shoot in the gym, he’d shoot at the park. Gone for hours upon hours. When he would finally come home, his parents would ask, “Where have you been all day long?” He’d answer, “Shooting at Sowenski Park.” Their reply was, “You couldn’t have been doing that ALL day!’ He said, “I stopped for water and kept shooting.”
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Now back in the 60’s when Manny played at Sowenski Park on Liberty Blvd., it was a time of unrest. We were in the middle of the Civil Rights Era and racism was alive and kicking. When he and his friends were shooting hoops, groups of white boys would throw bricks at them and onto the court. The ball players didn’t retaliate, but continued to play and after a time of seeing how good this group of guys were on court, the hate filled brick throwing stopped and the same boys became admiring onlookers, returning to the park daily as if there were watching professional ballers.
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