Luis Da Silva

Luis Da Silva

Luis Fernando "Trikz" Da Silva, Jr. (born August 3, 1982) is an American basketball player and actor. Luis, who has been referred to as "The World's Best Ball Handler" gained notoriety after headlining the 2001 Nike Freestyle ad campaign and highly recognized as the new up and coming of Hollywood stars, one of the most recognized Portuguese American actors been the face of Steve & Barry's Starbury clothing line tour.

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