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May 10, 2021 112 min

As Season Three continues to wind down, NAIT Ooks guard Luka Korosec joins host Tyler Bennett for Episode 25 of the Four Quarters Podcast, powered by Four Quarters Media!  As one of the more requested guests for the show, Korosec didn't disappoint from the start with stories, knowledge, and even taking the role of interviewer at times.  Off the top, Korosec discusses growing up in Rijeka, Croatia, and how he got into basketball despite the national sport in Croatia being football.  Korosec discusses moving to Canada at the age of 14, and talks about the similarities and differences between the two countries.  From there, Bennett and Korosec discuss the importance of personal, professional, and physical development, both when it comes to basketball and life away from the game.  The interview closes with a discussion on media coverage in Canada, but not before Korosec flips the script and asks Bennett about his 'why' behind Four Quarters Media.  (MUSIC: bensound.com)

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