Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Up Close and Personal With Kyrylo Fesenko

Okay, so I took the kids to a Jazz Clinic. As you can tell all Carson wanted to do, was stare at the size of this 7 foot- 290 lb guy. But the rest of the kids had a lot of fun. After the clinic, I asked them what they learned.

Chalisse said:

  • When you are a rookie you are not supposed to talk, and you are supposed to bring doughnuts to practice.
  • Fesenko's best friend is Andrei Kirilenko.
  • Sportsmanship is important.
  • Jerry Sloan is a hard coach to play for.
  • If an older player tells you to do something, you better do it.
  • Even though you play for the Utah Jazz, it is still possible to miss a shot.
  • Never say, " I can't".

Jensen said:

  • Coach Sloan is tough.
  • Fesenko isn't a very good free throw shooter, but he is good at blocks and dunks.
  • Sportmanship is another word for respect.
  • Fesenko and Almond take turns bringing doughnuts.
  • Fesenko does not have a drivers license.
  • When you dribble a ball, don't dribble in front of you, dribble to the side.

Andrea said:

  • He is really big.
  • He can shoot a ball from a long ways.
  • He has yellow hair like me.

Well there you have it! That is what one hour with a Jazz Player will do.

3 comments:

Chalisse said...

I love your blog it is so cute, funny, and creative.

Ryan and Erin said...

I once saw Karl Malone on the Sky Coaster at Lagoon... it was awesome. That's about all the Jazz experiences for me! That's way cool for the kids!

The Douglas Family said...

It was good to hear form you! Your family is so cute!! This is a fun way to keep in touch. talk to ya soon!!