TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) Former College of Southern Idaho men’s basketball players are helping out at camp this week while on hiatus from their respective colleges.
Hawaiian guard Amoro Lado and Carson-Newman forward Nehemie Kabeya.
Lado averaged five points for the Rainbow Rarriors last season. While Kabeya wore a red shirt last season and is ready to leave for the Eagles, while also working on his masters in sports management. After his playing days at CSI from 2019 to 2020, he transferred to North Carolina Central University for a season.
The pair help coaches with the high school showcase, giving youngsters tips and advice on what to expect while playing at the college level.
“I learned a lot from experiences, the division level is not like Juco or Division II, you have to produce, they expect so much from you all the time, you have to be focused and disciplined, sacrifice yourself, put yourself in the right position to help the team, that’s all they want,” Kabeya added.
The men will also help with the kids’ camp, which runs Tuesday through Thursday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., representing kindergarten through eighth grade.
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