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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.”

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