Posted On: 11/30/15 7:00 PM

After a successful season in which they lost a close matchup to Blue Ridge in the VISAA Division 2 State Championship, Virginia Episcopal School seems poised for another breakout season with four of their starters returning. The two big names from last season, Justice Kithcart and Sacha Killeya-Jones, both had breakout seasons on the AAU circuit, committing to Pittsburgh and Kentucky, respectively.
The big splash that VES Head Coach Curtis Staples made this season wasn’t from the fertile grounds of North Carolina, where three of his starters, including the two aforementioned ones, are from. He brought over a relatively unknown point guard from Eastern Europe named Adnan Arslanagic to help run the show.
“It’s a big difference," Arslanagic said about the adjustments he’s had to make playing in America. “It’s a lot faster over here. There’s much more passing, and there’s not as much one-on-one play.”
The 5’11 point guard has made a name for himself in his home country, playing for the 16U national team over the summer. The pass first lead guard says that playing for the national team was a great experience and honor, but feels that his best chance to continue to improve

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