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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 28 2011 5:00 p.m. MDT

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Sandy, UT

@Webercatbasketball Your point contradicts itself. If its possible to get D1 offers at Waterford, then why would he transfer for basketball? And ya his brothers remained there. because one is in 6th grade and the other is in 10th. they don't have to drive to school, their mom drives for them. they don't yet have the classwork and home work load that eric did. Do you know what type of homework is at waterford? I do. I went there. It's hard. I remember going to bed at 12 every night and waking up at 5 45 to go to seminary. You had 3 hour basketball practice into the mix and you do the math.

@bjl and don't say that Mika's parents didn't do the right thing. That's terrible. Your comment should have gotten denied. How are they not doing the right thing? They are doing the thing that was best for their son's health and wellbeing.

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