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February 16, 1990 - Image 57

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Calhoun says, "but he told
me, 'They'll see me play, but
they'll never see the excite-
ment. "
Interestingly, Henefeld ap-
pears to be almost unaware of
the crowd when he plays. "In
a game you won't see much
expression on my face," he
says, "but I see, hear and feel
everything. I am a calm per-
son on the basketball court,
but I am calm in life, also."
Henefeld's cool was never
more apparent than in the
Huskies' 70-65 victory over
Georgetown when motor-
mouthed Alonzo Mourning
began yapping. "I just ignored
him," Henefeld says. "We
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played hard against
Georgetown and maybe they
didn't like it so much."
Henefeld also says the bas-
ketball fans here are more
sophisticated than in Europe.
"I've had people come up to
me and say that was a really
nice play when you picked
that guy on the weak side. It's
great to get feedback from
people who really appreciate
what you're doing out on the
court."
While one would think
there would be resentment in
Israel over losing one of the
best players off the national
team, such is not the case.
"People are not upset at all
that Nadav is playing in the
U.S.," says Koby Shemtov,
basketball editor of Hada-
shot, the third largest news-
paper in Israel. "People know
that when he comes back
home he will be improved 100
percent, or in Nadav's case
1,000 percent. People here are
very proud of him."
According to Shemtov, ac-
counts of Henefeld's exploits
fill the sports pages after
every game. "All the papers
cover him widely," Shemtov
says. "We've never had a
player do so well outside of
Israel."
Around campus Henefeld
says he has found people very
/
interested in Israel and he en-
joys talking about his country.
"Israel is not at all as peo-
ple here think," he says. "It is
not all terrorism, army and
soldiers. It's a beautiful coun-
try with beautiful places,
-
beautiful beaches and nice
people.
"Many people have the
wrong impression before they
come. What people see here

on television is not always the
truth. Sometimes things are
made bigger than they are.
Israel has some problems but
that's only in one little area.
Maybe the only thing to
change people's minds is to
experience it."
Politically, Henefeld holds
strong views but he doesn't
like to discuss them in public.

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