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Name Wade Leung Lok-hong
School Kwun Tong Kung Lok Government Secondary School
Grade Form Five
Wade, 17, who plays as a point guard, is captain of his school basketball team. They won the Hong Kong Inter-school (Division Two, Kowloon) title last season. They were promoted to Division One and are ranked sixth out of the 12 teams.
He plays for Fukien Youth in the Hong Kong Basketball League's Second Division. They came fourth in the Sha Tin Cup and also played in last year's Kung Sheung Cup.
'Most of my teammates and I started playing basketball in Form Two,' Wade says. 'We met at break times and improved together, reaching a level comparable to other teams in inter-school competitions.
'Our school is very supportive of our team. Lam Tze-fung, the PE teacher in charge of our school basketball team, was quick to get the school to move the three-point line marked on the court [from 6.25m to 6.75m away from the basket], when regulations were amended a few years ago.
'He is serious about basketball. This is very encouraging.
'Three years ago, we were in Division Three. Now it's Division One. It is nice that this year we've won two group-stage matches.
'As a new team playing at the highest level of inter-school competition, our standing is pretty good. The support of the crowd also boosts our confidence and morale on court.
'My favourite NBA team are the Miami Heat. I like watching star player, Dwyane Wade, on TV. Looking at highlights of his games inspires me, and makes me want to grab a ball and rush out and play. If my teammates feel blue, I send them a YouTube video of Wade to cheer them up. It works, too.'
From his coach
'Wade is a fighter, and he cares about the team,' says PE teacher Lam Tze-fung.
'He has demonstrated leadership skills, but sometimes he is not calm enough at critical moments.
'Yet he is a respected team captain, and his teammates are willing to assist him all the time.'
'I know I can do better in inter-school matches - I have caused too many turnovers this year,' Wade says.
'There are many outstanding point guards in my age group, so I need to improve to become more competitive on the school and league teams.'