The Toros are hosting a Spring Break Camp from March 14-16 at the Cedar Park Center.
Come practice and develop your skills with Austin Toros players and Coaches! The registration fee is $125, which includes a free ticket to an Austin Toros home game. Lunch will also be provided. Deadline for registration is Friday, March 11th at 12:00 p.m.
For more information please call (512) 236-8333.
Aside from getting tips from Squeaky Johnson on how to effectively pull off the drive and dish or working on adding to your repertoire of low-post moves with Marcus Cousin, you also get a ticket to watch them do it live. The sign-up form is available at austintoros.com.
• Forward thinking with Marcus Cousin
Scott Stanchak of D-League.com got a chance to speak with many of the All-Star candidates before they were voted into the game about what it would mean to them to make the All-Star game.
One of the players he spoke with was Toros center Marcus Cousin:
Marcus Cousin, Forward – Austin Toros
Credentials: 14.4 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 1.2 bpg
Player’s Take: “That would mean a lot to me. I think with my playing I can get there, and hopefully I can.”
Toros Nation’s own D’Ann Faught got a chance to catch up with Cousin after his selection. See what he had to say in her video interview.
• Tibbetts on Ehambe
The Tulsa Beacon talked to 66ers coach Nate Tibbetts recently about the loss of guard Moses Ehambe, who was traded to the Toros last week.
“Moses was a big part of the Tulsa 66ers family the past two seasons and was instrumental in our run to the D-League finals last year,” said 66ers head coach Nate Tibbetts. “We believe Austin is a great opportunity for Moses to further showcase his talents and we wish him great success with the Toros.”