Despite the agony of losing their Division A status after a winless streak in Naples, Germany duo Sophie Eder and Lena Bradaric both found time to speak to FIBA Europe as they paired up for 24 Seconds.
FIBA Europe: What was the last film you saw?
Bradaric, Eder: Twilight
FIBA Europe:If you were only allowed to visit one website for the rest of your life, what would you choose?
Eder: www.lokalisten.de (sort of German Facebook)
|Lena Bradaric could not avoid Germany being relegated besides some strong individual performances|
FIBA Europe: What is your favourite memory on the court and also off the court?
Bradaric: winning the final of the German U16 Championship, off the court: my family and friends supporting me
Eder: giving the best for my team, off the court: my family and friends supporting me
FIBA Europe: What do you miss most about being away from home?
Bradaric: My best friend
Eder: My family
FIBA Europe: Who is your idol?
Bradaric: My coach Milos Kandic
FIBA Europe: If you were invisible for one day, what would you do?
Bradaric: I would listen to peoples secret conversations
Eder: I would try some forbidden things.
FIBA Europe: Have you got any pre-game rituals?
Bradaric: I listen to music and visualise my shot or other skills
FIBA Europe: What is your favourite food?
FIBA Europe: What does basketball mean to you?
Bradaric: Basketball is my life