Ethan is one of OzSwoosh Academy’s senior athletes entering his 4th year and shares his view on the combo guard’s role in basketball.
In this interview with Sherril he shares how he got into playing basketball.
He also talks about his passion for playing 1 on 1, 2 on 2 and 3 on 3.
A true competitor, he talks about other sports interest and responds to a question of which players inspire him.
He says he has seen some live NBL games including the Brisbane Bullets, Cairns Taipans and Hawks.
Ethan shares his experience developing with OzSwoosh as well as his role as a combo guard.
Ethan has a good basketball IQ, work ethic and love for the game.
OzSwoosh views those as 3 key traits we look for in the athletes we choose to work with.
Ethan has been Award our Rookie of the Year award in 2018, and continues to be one of our most improved athletes in the combo guard’s role in our basketball program.
Inside OzSwoosh interviews give our athletes some media training, leadership and communication skills not available in many other basketball training programs.
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