A first look at this year’s subbie boys’ basketball team

Ethan Chen

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In the coming weeks, Uni’s subbie boys’ basketball team will be practicing for the upcoming season in Uni Gym. This year’s boys’ basketball team consists of fourteen subbies, guided by a coach that is yet to be announced. Uni’s no-cut policy when it comes to sports has been very effective in garnering motivated basketball players. 

The general outlook is positive, with a dash of nervousness thrown in. While some have played basketball at previous schools, others are joining because of the no cut policy. Ivan Favila, a player with no previous experience, says that although he is anxious, he is glad to be able to play around his friends.

Despite different backgrounds and levels of experience, they are united in the common mindset of playing to have fun and form relationships. For some players, their motive exceeds beyond basketball. Ethan Mok-Chih hopes to gain confidence and have an opportunity to become involved in the Uni community. With a team of motivated and optimistic players, we can look forward to a great season (starting October 16th).

Good luck subbie boys!

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  1. Serenity on October 8th, 2017 9:24 pm

    I’ve been playing on the subbie girls basketball team for about 6 weeks now and as far as I know there hasn’t been any mention of us in the Gargoyle. If you were looking for an article on subbie sports, why would you write about a team that hasn’t even started yet when the girls team gets better and better with each game? We’ve been working hard and deserve a mention, especially over a team that hasn’t even had a practice yet.

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    Ethan Chen Reply:

    An article for subbie girls basketball is currently in progress! Thanks for the comment.

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A first look at this year’s subbie boys’ basketball team