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DaBeast Films: At the Awards Banquet

The 2012 Awards Banquet not only served as a chance for the players on the Hawaii basketball team to be honored, it also provided another opportunity for a new episode of DaBeast Films.

Sophomore forward Davis Rozitis played his usual host role for this episode, chatting with several teammates and banquet guests.

Rozitis even created his own unofficial award – the DaBeast Award for Style, which went to Orel Lev.

He also interviewed Most Inspirational Player award winner Miah Ostrowski, and Most Outstanding Player award winner Vander Joaquim. During the interview with Joaquim, Rozitis revealed that the 6-foot-10 center from Angola likes to cook his own meals. “That’s how he probably got so good – he’s cooking his own meals,” Rozitis said.

There are also interviews with ESPN 1420 radio host Gary Dickman, and “the biggest fan” – Hunter Schmidt.

It should also be noted that Rozitis was an award winner himself, taking home the Academic Award as the teams’s top scholar-athlete.

WarriorInsider.com would also like to thank the Schmidt family, Pacific Risk Solutions and Ameriprise Financial – Valerie Schmidt, for sponsorship of the banquet tickets.


  1. Nice video ! Still can see good postive vibe from players..man other forum, some can be so negative..WE want best for players, state of Hawaii and team..Davis, congratulations man, you are a good student and athlete with sense of humor! Work hard and have a great Junior season..I believe, you guys are going to show us that you are going to challenge for BW title and go post season tourney..

    ALL IN: Davis and returnees, redshirts and new recruits and transfers..
    Fresh start for all!!

    Davis, you can take the lead!!

    Mahalo for your sharing Da Beast films!!

  2. these should be called big bird films..

  3. Davis:
    congrats for your Academic Award!
    the video is different refreshingly!
    how about more gym-time?
    bigger & complete reward will be a Scholar-Athlete, o.k.?

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