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Jimmy Abraham sets the goal to lead his new league in assist

Jimmy, once the season ended what were some of the goals you set out for yourself heading into the offseason?

I wanted to work on my all around game but mostly on my court vision because my goal is to lead the league in assist.

There are many players without a job fighting for the same spots, how hard is to wait for your ideal offer and not take the first that comes up considering that the next one may not come soon.

It’s very difficult because you want to make the best decision for your career and your family. But it’s very exciting having teams want you to come and compete for them.

How have the preparations been going so far? What are your expectations personally and for the new team this season?

It just really have been being patient and knowing that the right team will come alone, it’s all about staying in shape and being ready at all times. My expectations are very high the only thing I see myself doing is winning a lot of games and for my new team is definitely winning a championship.

What’s been your favorite city to visit?

Tijuana Mexico because it was my first time out of the country and a great opportunity to see another culture.

Which coach you want to thank because he made you better player?

The coach I want to thank is my father because every summer he sit’s me down and shows me all the positive and negative things about my game, so it really good constructive criticism.

How do you like to spend your free time?

I usually just play video games especially NBA 2k because it keeps me in a basketball mindset.

Jimmy Abraham (165-PG-5, 8 Southwest Minnesota State University) is an explosive true point guard who can play the 1 and 2 position.

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