It is good for you to be able to play a game that you are passionate about and that doesn’t just help with your skill in athleticism, but also helps you learn many things in life. One of the most important things that you need to know about in basketball is team building. Being close with your teammates will help your game and ability. Doing this in basketball will help you get along with your everyday friends and peers. You can build your team by doing out of basketball activities, communicating on and off the court, and playing well together.
I love basketball and I knew I wanted to be around the game.” said Ellen. Degler loves coaching girls basketball, and has had a great experience back here at Chaska. “Being with all the girls and seeing the smiles and seeing the enjoyment and seeing them grow as a player, and sometimes that’s tough but it’s also really rewarding,” Degler said, “it’s defining who they are as a person and where they get to take what they learn on the
I considered the tournament as a precious opportunity for me to prove my efforts. Nevertheless, in order to qualify to participate in this tournament, players had to be permanent residents in ShenZhen. My permanent residency was still in the previous province from where my mother came. The coach allowed me to practice with the team because he knew I really wanted to play basketball, and I practiced with all
It is my all-time favorite sport. Some people wonder why I’m so dedicated, and love basketball so much. I tell them it’s because I love using my skills to be a better teammate, so my team members and I can be successful on the court. Basketball has helped me mature by helping me take responsibility, because I have to be responsible on the court and take
Studies show that playing Basketball helps you focus more in school. Basketball also increases my confidences, makes my bones stronger, develops self-discipline, and burns major calories(for an hour of basketball, I can almost burn 500-600 calories! ).The main reason why I play basketball is mostly because I enjoy it, so it’s a win-win situation for
The best way to utilize your summer vacation is to attend a girls ' basketball camp. In the camp, you will not only learn the essentials of the game, but you will also get an opportunity to sharpen up your skills, work on your strengths and root out your weaknesses. During the off-season, innumerable basketball camps spring up. When lots of options are available, it becomes difficult to make a reasonably good choice. You want the best for yourself, and you also don 't want to waste your precious time in assessing each and every option.
This poem is very meaningful to me, which is why I recited it, and therefore wanted to create a poetic response to it. I was inspired to write this poem not only by Kobe Bryant though, but also incorporated some of Muhammad Ali’s ideas into it too, as I am intrigued by some of his ideas. More specifically, I wanted to include a paraphrased version of his quote: “I hated every minute of training, but I said, 'Don't quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion’ ”. Literally, my poem describes my basketball career, with the main focus on varsity basketball and my experience at the Big 8 tournament, and how it relates to the common exercise motto: “No pain, no gain”.
I am applying at Archbishop Mitty High School because ¬it has a history of high academic excellence coupled with a competitive sports program. Mitty has an excellent reputation from what I hear and their sports teams are well regarded. I have gone to their sports camps so I have a good experience and a good glimpse of how Mitty and their sports teams will be like. I am currently aspiring to be on the Basketball team and I am going through different coaching camps to be a better basketball player. I want to play for Mitty and be part of the Mitty heritage of camaraderie and success.
I will likely be the starting center for the Wheaton College men’s basketball team this season. However, the honor of starting for the basketball team is not nearly as important to me as it once was. More than the honor of awards and the glory of personal recognition, I can now appreciate what basketball has taught me about myself. I have learned that I crave competitive environments, even ones where I am not the most gifted or talented. My basketball experience has also taught me to enjoy intense preparation and working with a team toward a common goal, even when there is little personal reward or recognition to be found.
But in Reardan, my coach and the other players wanted me to be good. They needed me to be good. They expected me to be good. And so I became good” (180). Basketball symbolized hope and development basketball is what helps the author express his message or helps him develop his message.