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Robert Swift
Robert Swift
Position: None
Born: 12/03/85
Height: 7-0 / 2.13
Weight:245 lbs. / 111.2 kg.
Three days later, Swift, now 30, reflected on that experience. “Overall the workout went well,” he told The Japan Times. “I haven’t been able to train at that high of a level in some time, so it took a bit to get readjusted. But once I did I felt comfortable on the court again. My conditioning was good, my body didn’t hurt, and I enjoyed playing with the other guys in the court both with and against. “After the last few years of training for this, it felt good to actually have the opportunity to possibly play again. I can only offer my opinion but I believe that I showed that I am ready and willing to play again. And I can’t thank (Santa Cruz coach) Casey Hill enough for allowing me just the opportunity to come to the tryout.”
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Ultimately it was Casey’s decision to invite Swift to the player workout. An easy decision for Casey, as he considers Swift a friend. “Robert and I actually developed a relationship way before I ever became a coach,” Casey said, noting he first met Swift his sophomore NBA season while spending the summer with his father in Seattle rehabbing a knee injury. “We were more like friends, we’d go to movies.”
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On Sunday, Swift was back in his element, along with a desire to return to the game he still very much loves to this day. “Amazing to be out there, be able to be given the chance to come out, and then play with guys at even this caliber,” Swift said, noting it was the first time he had played against someone taller than him in over six years as 7-foot-3, University of Utah alum David Foster was also in attendance at the workout. “It was awesome.”