"Weighs in at two seventy five / My
man is luck to be alive"
Those are the lyrics from the Ill
Communication song "Heart Attack Man"
which was loosely based upon the basketball exploits of
Sean Callahan. The short article written by Shea Johnson
in the 1994 ESPN2 Dirt Magazine is the only real information
about Sean that exists, so therefore it is drawn on for
the biographical information in this entry.
Sean was welcomed into the G-Son
ballroom to play basketball in the ABA League (Atwater Basketball
Association) because he was a friend of Bob
Mack. At that time Bob Mack was editor of Grand Royal
Magazine, so he was "working" there so to speak.
In 1994, when the article was written,
it states that Sean worked as a regional distributor for
a commercial refrigeration manufacturer. Sean has not turned
up on the beastiemania.com radar since. We here at beastiemania.com
would love to get into contact with Sean to improve upon
this Who's Who entry. So Sean if you're out there, please