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Jun. 28, 2014By: Joel Reasoner

The kids like games, sports, activities and visitors.  Right before school started, a visitor shared his love of basketball with the kids.

Every morning for a week, the driveway was full of bouncing balls and kids learning new skills in basketball.  Dribbling, passing, shooting, and rebounding were the focus, of course.

Basketball is not a new game at all in the Philippines, but all kids need to start learning at some point.  This past week was the time for some of the CSC kids to learn a bit.

Some terms that are used in basketball vary from one side of the Pacific Ocean to the other.  In the US, a made shot which hits only the net, not touching the rim or backboard, is called a “swish.”  In the Philippines, that shot is called “ringless.”

Different cultures’ coming together always opens doors to learning new things, from new terms to different approaches to a game.

Check out the video of the basketball fun.

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