Galil Gilboa player Jason Siggers

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Bhorvath22
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Galil Gilboa player Jason Siggers 

Post#1 » by Bhorvath22 » Wed Mar 30, 2016 2:43 pm

"A lot of guys get homesick, have culture shock; they weren’t prepared for how the life is. Not just the practices and the games, but as far as going to the grocery store, or just being out. A lot of guys are not speaking the language; a lot of guys are not prepared mentally for that drastic of a change. I think that sets me apart. I have always been open to new cultures, new food, all that kind of stuff."

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Re: Galil Gilboa player Jason Siggers 

Post#2 » by lambchop » Mon Apr 11, 2016 10:40 am

Bhorvath22 wrote:"A lot of guys get homesick, have culture shock; they weren’t prepared for how the life is. Not just the practices and the games, but as far as going to the grocery store, or just being out. A lot of guys are not speaking the language; a lot of guys are not prepared mentally for that drastic of a change. I think that sets me apart. I have always been open to new cultures, new food, all that kind of stuff."

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yea thats definitely the right approach. American dude I played with last season just stayed at home all day. Only left the house to go to practice/games. It was his first season as a pro. He said he most likely wont play another season as a pro, cause all he really wants to do is stay home, relax, watch tv. He was very athletic and a great shooter, but his work ethic was stopping him from being a better player.

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