Eniel Polynice is a former professional basketball player who has played in 12 different countries during his 10+ year career, and he is also the nephew of 17-year former NBA veteran Olden Polynice. Eniel played two seasons with the Lakers' NBA G-League team and was their first rookie to ever record a triple-double in a G-League game. He also attended the University of Mississippi, where he became just the second player in school history to record over 1,000 points, 300 rebounds, 300 assists in just three total seasons there. At Ole Miss, Eniel was a two-time SEC West champion and was awarded multiple SEC Player of the Week honors. He also finished top three in Ole Miss history with seven three-pointers made in a single game.
In high school Eniel was Florida's FHSAA Class 4A MVP and a first-team all state selection. Now retired, Eniel is helping athletes across the globe with his 2NiceElite training programs and free youth basketball camps.
Eniel Polynice professionally trained with 8 different NBA teams, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76'ers, Brooklyn Nets, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, New Orleans Pelicans and New York Knicks. Eniel also played and trained professionally with the L.A. Lakers G-League affiliate for two years and spent a decade overseas playing professional basketball in the top leagues of Puerto Rico, Argentina, Germany, Mexico, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Luxembourg. Eniel founded 2NiceElite with the goal of helping train elite athletes across the globe and bringing free youth basketball camps to kids all across the country. He has since spent the last six years running free youth hoops camps for more than 1,000 children in the U.S.