Robert Sacre: Center of Attention
Robert Sacre hovers like an eagle over his teammates, but with the nickname Sugar, his game is all about sweetness. At the crisp young age of 15, the 7-footer is considered by many as one of the brightest teen prospects currently playing the center position in British Columbia high school basketball. Hailing from North Vancouver, Sacre attends Handsworth Secondary School and is the main go-to big man in the frontcourt for the Royals basketball team. Emulating his game after Detroit Pistons center Ben Wallace, Sacre has a merciless work ethic and his superb athleticism grants him the ability to possess outstanding defensive shot blocking skills. But don’t let his size fool you. He has good hands and is a solid finisher around the rim. Last […]
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