07. 12. 2017

Volleyball moves not allowed on basketball court: Kévin Tillie’s brother makes bump shot at NCAA game (VIDEO)

Source: twitter.com/Barstool Zags‏; Photo: hiveminer.com, Torrey Vail/news.gonzaga.edu

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If your last name is Tillie, whatever sports discipline you practice there’s volleyball included.

 

A 19-year-old Gonzaga University basketball team member Killian Tillie tried to trick referees with a volleyball move at the NCAA game but they did not let him get away with it. It seemed like the refs were confused for a second or two whether to allow a volleyball dig, but called it a fault.

Killian’s brother, and also a famous volleyball player, Kévin Tillie, could not resist sharing this on Twitter with a hilarious comment: “I don’t know why the ref blew the whistle!”

Tillie is a true sports family: the father Laurent Tillie was a former French Volleyball National Team player, and also a current head coach, while the mother Caroline Keulen-Tillie was a former Dutch professional volleyball player. Their sons are high-level athletes: Kévin Tillie is the French Volleyball NT outside hitter, Kim Tillie is the French Basketball NT member while Killian Tillie is about to build his professional basketball career.

 

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