Jakarta, IO – Indonesian race car driver Sean Gelael fondly plays basketball as his favorite sport, despite spending most of his time on the circuit.
Despite spending most of his time on the racetrack, Indonesian race car driver Sean Gelael fondly plays basketball as his favorite sport. It’s not surprising to see his enthusiastic reaction toward his involvement in the 2023 KFC DBL Camp and Festival, which began on May 8, 2023, at the Soemantri Brodjonegoro Sports Hall and Kota Kasablanka Mall in Jakarta. The 12 finest male and female players for the KFC DBL Indonesia All-Star 2023 were announced on Sunday, May 14, at Kota Kasablanka.
The annual DBL Indonesia tournament has reached its pinnacle, along with the selection of the top 12 players for the KFC DBL Indonesia All-Star 2023. The players selected for the KFC DBL Indonesia All-Star 2023 will travel to the USA to study, train, and compete alongside elite NBA coaches and players.
Sean, one of Indonesia’s most inspiring youth figures, also expressed his pride and congratulated the student-athletes who were named All-Stars. According to him, who is also an athlete, it is difficult to carry out such a responsibility, as it takes a lot of sacrifices, struggles, and training.
“Keep your enthusiasm up for everything; you’ve accomplished something. Remember why you want to play basketball.” “It’s fine to have fun, but it’s also important to focus on what you’re doing and not worry about anything else,” encouraged Sean.
Sean also supported the remaining campers who were not selected for the All-Star team.
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“It is okay to be disappointed, but do not be discouraged,” said Sean again. “It makes no difference if you are not selected as an All-Star. What matters most is the process. If you work on those fundamentals, you will make it someday. Believe me,” he said.
Sean previously took part in the KFC DBL Festival 2023 event and played at the Superstar Alma Mater Games, where he led the Cita Buana High School team to the final. (rp)