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Kaylee Page to transfer; her sister not coming as well

CombatTargeteer

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Ellis Boyd Redding

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I don't know anything about this situation, so perhaps I am WAY off here... but to me, Yori's statement implies immaturity, a sense of entitlement, and aversion to hard work for both the players and the parents. I'm I reading this wrong?
 

CombatTargeteer

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I don't know anything about this situation, so perhaps I am WAY off here... but to me, Yori's statement implies immaturity, a sense of entitlement, and aversion to hard work for both the players and the parents. I'm I reading this wrong?
I was intrigued by the timing. Right after an ugly loss. You could be spot on.
 

Sandhills Husker

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I don't know anything about this situation, so perhaps I am WAY off here... but to me, Yori's statement implies immaturity, a sense of entitlement, and aversion to hard work for both the players and the parents. I'm I reading this wrong?
No, you aren't reading it wrong, although the Page sisters are not bad kids at all. Kaylee got along well with her teammates. I don't think it's an aversion to hard work thing, but the other descriptions probably are applicable. Their dad is a coach, which makes it somewhat surprising that he apparently has been a problem. As a coach, one would think he would understand the issues involved with being an "involved" parent, and also the need for patience and delayed gratification. Dad has always coached the girls, and I think it has been difficult with Kaylee to not have him involved with her basketball life.

Too bad it didn't work out; 5 star talent and size doesn't come along too often around these parts. But if this was always going to be a chemistry depleter, better to deal with it now rather than two years from now.
 
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wheat

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I live near Wamego. The Page girls are good kids but there is no reason to fear the wheels coming off Yori's program. There is a ton of meaning behind Yori's statement referencing the parents (the Dad mostly, I'm sure). I don't find this outcome at all surprising.
 
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