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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-28

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basketball and the rudiments of team
spirit, Hasid is also a stickler for mak-
ing sure his players eat regularly from
the four food groups (proteins, dairy,
grains and produce). Calling the team
over, he asks them to tell him what
they've eaten that day.
"Rice, schnitzel and vegetables!"
yells out Itamar Borenstein, 11.
"Chicken and vegetables," said
Tomer Rosenfeld, 10.
"Excellent, great," said Hasid. "I tell
them, 'Eat like a king for breakfast, a
regular person for lunch and a pauper
for supper,' that's the way to eat right.
Less soda, more water and making
sure to eat from the four food
Hasid has also been keeping watch
over the boys grades for the six
months that he has been their coach.
If a boy's grades fall, he takes a two-
week suspension from basketball until

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Chaim Benjoia practices his ball han-
dling while Daniel Reuven plays defense
at a basketball practice.

Hasid receives a better report from
the teacher.
"We work on educating them to be
better people," he said, watching the
boys complete their dribbling drills.
"Maybe, maybe one of them will
make it to the big leagues, but they'll
all be good people."
Hasid is referring to the Israeli bas-
ketball league, but these kids have
their eyes on America's professional
National Basketball Association.
Itamar is thinking about getting draft-
ed for the NBA one day, and if not,
then playing NCAA college basketball
in the United States would do just
fine. For the most part, however,
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