Sead Dizdarevic has distinguished himself as a great Hoya both as an integral part of Georgetown's Final Four Team of 2007, and by his many accomplishments off the court. Sead was born in Bijelo Polje, Montenegro the son of Besim and Lidija Dizdarevic. He lived with his host family of Aaron and Rebecca Toto while at North Highland High School in California. He has two sisters Amra and Alma, and one brother Emir. In 2008 he founded the Basketball Diplomacy Project in Montenegro, where current and former Hoya players have run clinics in Montenegro. Stay tuned to our future communications that will highlight this summer's basketball clinics. Today Sead is a Senior Security Analyst at Fannie Mae, and a board member of the Hoya Hoop Club. We look forward to following Sead's future accomplishments.
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During the 2011-12 Basketball Season we will focus on various aspects and trends in the game of basketball. We will certainly look at the Princeton offense, the Four Corners & Double Stack, as well as numerous zone and man-to-man defensive strategies. We will also look at rule changes and how they have affected college basketball. In recent years the "Ball Screen" has become one of the most used and perhaps overused plays in college basketball. In the following video, Hall of Fame coach Bob Knight explains the basics of the Ball Screen:
Have a good week as the Countdown to Midnight Madness Continues! Hoya Saxa!
We are Georgetown!
Dr. Thomas A. Wong
Hoya Hoop Club Vice-President & Director of Communications
Proud Member of Generation Ewing