Get to know your players - Mitch Creek

Club: Southern Tigers

Nickname: Creeky

Playing Position: Point / Centre

High School: St Brigid’s College

Occupation: Basketball player

First job: Dish Pig

Twitter Handle: Mitchcreek55

Favourite Food: Pizza

Favourite Sport: Badminton / Basketball

Idol growing up: Steve Nash

Hobbies/Interests: Piano, Xbox, my dogs

Greatest Achievement: Making the 2016 26 Man Olympic Squad

Favourite Charity Organisation: MS Society

Favourite TV Show: Arrow

Favourite Song: “In the End” byLinkin Park

Favourite Celebrity: Travis Pastrana

Favourite Movie: The Shawshank Redemption

Favourite Basketball Drill: All.

How long have you been playing for? 

Since I was 5 or 6 years old. 

Who do you look up too as a role model? 

I always looked up to my dad as a basketballer. He was such a good shooter and always use to kick my butt in the backyard. He was the one that made me want to get better. 

What would you say your absolute goal is for basketball? 

To represent Australia at an Olympic Games. 

What has been your biggest challenge as a basketball player growing up? 

 The constant grind, work, time and effort to just improve. 95% of what we do is not seen so the continued effort to stay on court and injury free, as well as staying motivated would be the hardest thing. 




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