Saginaw Heritage standout Christian Dobis makes difficult decision to end careerUpdated 11:04 AM; Today 7:44 AMHeritage junior Christian Dobis (3) dribbles the ball around the Carman Ainsworth defense during a game at Heritage High School on Tuesday, Jan.And now, with the Michigan high school boys basketball season set to begin, Christian Dobis has decided not to play basketball.For his dad.Dobis, a 17 year old senior, was a first team Saginaw Valley League North all league player as a junior for Saginaw Heritage.It was going to be a memorable season, with Dobis and fellow all league forward Parker Day joining forces with some talented freshmen to make Heritage a legitimate SVL championship threat.But COVID changed those expectations. For Dobis, it did more than just delay his senior season. It ended it.Barry Dobis, a former Carrollton basketball standout and 1982 Carrollton High School graduate, was diagnosed with leukemia eight years ago, spending 71 days in the hospital after a bone marrow transplant.”The decision not to play wasn’t that difficult with my dad’s situation with leukemia, there really wasn’t much of a debate,” Christian Dobis said.
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