When the Minnesota Fury was making tournament runs this July, Jubie Alade was on the floor in the clutch. Why? Because it doesn’t matter if he has Falcon red and blue on, or the black, gold, and sky blue of…
When the Minnesota Fury was making tournament runs this July, Jubie Alade was on the floor in the clutch.
Why? Because it doesn’t matter if he has Falcon red and blue on, or the black, gold, and sky blue of the Fury, Jubie is a trusted talent on both ends of the floor.
Playing with the Minnesota Fury was a great experience for Alade.
“(Grassroots Basketball) was great, loved playing with the guys and being under great coaches,” Alade said. “I feel like my defense and decision making improved the most.”
Jubie and the Falcons have big expectations this winter. Yes this is a team that lost long time names Nolan, Burns, Dixon, and Tate.
That said this is a team that brings back Jubie along with Race Thompson, True Thompson, and Isaiah Rollins so the talent is still there.
“I'm excited for the senior season. Most people are doubting us considering the talented class we just graduated, but I'm extremely confident with the guys we have this year.
“To meet our goals we'll have to play the kind of team basketball coach miller pushes for every year.”
Alade picked up an offer from the University of Mary this summer and he is also hearing from other programs.
“Recently I've been in contact with Minot State, Sioux Falls, and St. John's (MN). I'm planning on taking visits sometime this fall.”