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I Won't Stop Until I Make Kansas City Famous - Feb 11, 2013


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Nate Bowie
I wanted to kind of turn the table over for this blog a little bit. Some people know where Kansas city is and others don't. But frankly the town produce just straight raw talent. Regardless or not if some highly respectable scout or agent want to pay homage, you just have to sigh and give us props. In the town we all know that it's a tough place to grow up from. People might even say that it's not much to do to keep ones mind busy. But that's the reason why we are so hungry to succeed at any and everything we put our mind too. Got players in the NBA, to Euroleague to Eurocup to even smaller leagues we are everywhere putting a stamp on basketball. I'm sure one might proclaim they have 20 to 30 friends, but I doubt if they have 20 close friends doing the same profession as they are. It makes me proud that I can wake up any giving day and check Eurobasket and see my guys putting on for the town. Simply just a blessing. You see one of your guys tearing a league up it makes you try even harder to do the same. I sound like a veteran right now (lol) but its true.
Just wanted to take the time out to congratulate my guy Leo for winning player of the week this week for Budivelnyk in Ukraine. Got a few more of those to get to catch me, but I applaud your efforts son lol. Also want to applaud my guy Day for making a nice push this half of the season in Switzerland. Stay with it and continue to stay focus. And lastly one love to Fletch for bullying his way in the top ten in scoring now in Holland. Many more guys out there but I'm going to keep this blog short.
Getting ready for a highly anticipated home game vs. Dinamo at our place. Should be a sight to see. Looking to break another record for scoring this week if gods willing. Grind Time!

Always remember: Never concern yourself with things that don't matter, because critics will always criticize you. That's when you know you reached the top of the ladder. Nate Bowie (183-G-86, college: Cent.Arkansas)   



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