The Lescault Brothers battered and bruised each other, each wanting the upper hand, with the youngest kept firmly in his place.
“They never let me win when we were growing up,” Hayden, the designated punching bag, reveals. “I got beaten down a lot as a kid.”
Glasgow Rocks’ new shooting guard harbours no ill will towards those punishing days and nights in his native California.
From West Coast to, well, west coast, Lescault begins his latest adventure when the Rocks tip off their British Basketball League campaign tomorrow with a trip to Manchester Giants.
Arriving from German third-tier side Karlsruhe, Lescault added: “My bread and butter is making the right play. I think I’ll fill in wherever the team needs me. But my main goal is to win and bring some silverware to Glasgow.”