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Amid stong start, Robinson reminds Lyceum to be ‘ready, humble, hungry’

With Lyceum on a 2-0 start in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament, coach Topex Robinson is giving full credit to the entire squad and not just a single individual.

“Success is a team sport. It’s really about us, the entirety of the team,” he said.

Lyceum head coach Topex Robinson. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.net
CJ Perez has undoubtedly been the leader for the Pirates, but the youthful mentor has been adamant in pointing out that the hardworking forward can’t do it all alone.

“That’s what I always tell him. CJ is gonna win games for us, and he’s gonna lose games for us. That’s the way of the world for us. But CJ knows that he will never be better than his teammates. He can never win it by himself,” said Robinson.

And that manifested on Friday in Lyceum’s huge 96-91 win over defending champion San Beda.

As expected, Perez was able to weave his magic and tow his team to the driver’s seat, but he needed the aid of his teammates, specifically Reymar Caduyac, to pull off the victory in the end game.

Source: http://sports.inquirer.net/256466/amid-stong-start-robinson-reminds-lyceum-ready-humble-hungry

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