Gyokchyan believes the four years he spent in the United States will stand him in good stead for the upcoming season.
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After four collegiate seasons in the United States, 24-year-old forward Hayk Gyokchyan is keen to take himself to the next level after joining newly promoted Homenetmen club and quickly becoming one of the cornerstones of the Armenian side during preseason.At 203 cm, Gyokchyan can play the small forward and power forward positions, as he has a good shooting stroke and can play face-up basketball with decent ball handling skills for a player his size. Q: What kind of a player is Hayk Gyokchyan? I went through a lot of very good coaches who had different philosophies on basketball and that made me understand the game better.A: The league should be very competitive this year and there are eight teams at least that have a solid chance at making the final four.Q: Lebanese fans tend to tout young prospects for the national team. A: Every young player dreams to play for the national team, and every athlete has pressure in order to perform. A: My decision to play for a different team than my father is in order to establish myself as a professional player.I was working with coach Krikorian and coach Tigran four to five times a week.
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