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Basketball Forever Administrator ApplicationName: Ethan BursteinBirthday: 6/21/97Education: Freshmen (highschool)Experience: I've been playing and watching my whole life, and I was on my high school freshmen team this yearFavorite Team: (include NBA teams, Euro league teams, international teams, and Division 1 college teams)I'm a HUGE Heat fan, and I despise the Celtics. I live in CT so I'm also a pretty big Uconn fan and go to their games alotWhy are they your favorite team? How long have you been a fan of said team?Well, it's actually a pretty long story why I became a Heat fan. When I was younger my dad would always give me trivia questions and sort of just eased me into liking LeBron. I used to be a Cavs fan and when he signed with the Heat I was legit in tears. I'm not a bandwagon though and I love the heat. So, I've liked them ever since LeBron was there.How often do you think you'll be able to post?I usually spend a good amount of time on Facebook so I'll be very open to posting. I'll post a good amount every day without it becoming excessive.What would you be able to bring to the page we don't already have?Well, I know A LOT about all time NBA history, and teams. I'm a big time fantasy basketball player. I watch almost every game every night so I can help contribute to the game updating. I love just talking about the game. I talk with my dad and Grandpa and friends about thinking, but fun questions. EX) best duo of all time? Best coach of all time? Who would you take in a 2 on 2 game? Out of anyone in history, who would you want to take the last shot?Are you good with technology? Such as creating a website or starting a podcast? That is what we're primarily looking for.I take Graphics in school, which is primarily on the computer. So yes, I would start podcasts and debate with you guys.How often can you promote (get us likes)? At what rate, do you promote?So far, I've already gotten about 65 likes? I'm a huge fan of your page (admin or not) and I love to spread the joy it gives to me! I will promote as much as I can! PS. Just got another likeYOU MUST PROMOTE RAPIDLY IF...

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