|23 July 2012|
|Artur Wlodarczyk was only too happy to display his English skills to FIBAEurope.com's half-court press|
Coming off the bench to score 10 points a night for Poland, Artur Wlodarczyk relishes in the role of giving starting point guard Kamil Zywert a rest. Showing the same confidence he plays with on court, Wlodarczyk made himself known as the perfect candidate for the half-court press.
FIBAEurope.com: What's your first basketball memory?
Artur Wlodarczyk: My first memory is playing in a very small gym with a lot of guys and it was really sweaty which was not great but I knew then that basketball was for me.
FIBAEurope.com: Why do you want to become a basketball player?
I like this game because there are so many things that make up a good player and you have to have some luck but the most important thing is hard work.
FIBAEurope.com: Who is the most mature of your teammates and who is the most... childish?
(laughing) Off course Mateusz Stawiak is the biggest clown and Marek Zywert is the most serious.
FIBAEurope.com: What would it mean to play on the senior team one day?
I think for every player it is the dream because every player wants to be a senior player when they start playing. It is definitely my biggest dream.
FIBAEurope.com: There's only 2 seconds left on the shot-clock, do you pass the ball or shoot?
I shoot. Definitely.
FIBAEurope.com: Who is the best European player you've seen?
Milos Teodosic. I love him.
FIBAEurope.com: What's the latest good film you watched?
Ummm, ummm, ummm, argggh, safe house!
FIBAEurope.com: Which part of training do you like the least?
I life everything!
FIBAEurope.com: Do you know how to cook and what would you cook for your coach if he ate
dinner at your house?
I think something very spicy because they are very energetic and I think they like something new. They do not like straight food.