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Bozeman Brothers Share a Bond On and Off the Court

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Senior Caleb Weidenaar plays guard for Bozeman High. His little brother Aaron, whose several inches taller than him, plays forward. Aaron enjoys being on the same team as his big brother.

It's the best thing ever. I love playing with Caleb. We've been playing together our whole lives and it just comes natural," said Aaron Weidenaar.

Caleb describes it like this.
 
"It's a love hate relationship we love each other for sure we're best friends but sometimes since we know each other so well I'll get on him on the court and he'll get on me," said Caleb Weidenaar.

"I love playing with him but I also don't because he steals some of the spot light away from me and I take some away from his," said Aaron.

When facing each other, Aaron uses his height advantage.

"I can post up on him every single time so he gets a little heated about it and then it goes bad there," said Aaron.

The two used to play one on one games in the summer. Used to.

"We were playing a one on one game in the summer and one on one let's just say we're not allowed to play on on one anymore after the game," said Caleb.

It got so heated the boys got in a fist fight. So who usually wins those games?

"The person that loses is always mad at the person that wins. So usually he's mad at me," said Caleb.


The two will always share a strong bond on and off the court.

"He knows where I'm good at. So he gets me the ball in positions where I'm the best at. So it makes me look better," said Aaron.

"Obviously he's a big part of my life my little brother. So I'm going to remember maybe teach him a few things cause he's a great player," said Aaron.
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