A slow step at both ends, struggling to establish an offensive rhythm and unable to make a shot, this is how the Niskayuna boys’ basketball team suffered in their first half on Monday against the Christian Brothers. Academy. The Silver Warriors were fortunate enough to be just 15 points behind in the intermission. Niskayuna’s sophomore coach Mike Grasso didn’t like what he saw and let his team know during intermission.
“It was a challenge for the kids,” said Grasso. “They were playing more physically. They were the first on the ball. We hadn’t done anything and I just challenged them, ‘Are you going to play hard enough? If you do, we can make that return. “I think they answered very well.”
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