What stood out to me was Stephen Curry did not draw his attention about the excruciating comments he kept following his incredible dream and practiced. Also he ignored incredible mean comments coming from horrible students who are bullies from other enormous schools but again he keeps on practicing and not worrying about the huge comments. Also Stephen Curry 's amazing family assist him over those mean comments from bully’s. Stephen Curry aspired his humongous dream and did not worry about the harsh comments around him when going into the NBA. Stephen Curry will always be a desired hard working basketball player that will have quiet
He would do anything just to dribble a basketball. After reading just a part of this book, you will see how much Danny is dedicated and wants to go somewhere in life with his talent. He knows his strongest talent is his passing and since he knows he is the shortest boy, he uses that talent to be extraordinary. No one can stop him on or off the court. Danny is always the first one to the gym and the last one to leave, which shows how much he loves this sport.
A winning game gives me an exhilarating feeling as we hear all the spectators excitement and cheers ! We don 't always win every game, but I feel a sense of accomplishment in knowing we have played a good, hard game. I believe we should learn to see the worth in each person on the court. Looking around at my teammates after the games makes me know that I am not the only one feeling really tired. Giving it all you have is so worth it, no matter how tired I am.
My team was awesome. I was with Tim Clayton and Cole Morrison. Our team did very good the first game and I scored the winning shot for us to advance to the next round of the tournament. I knew that since I made that shot it would be my time to shine in the next game because coach would be watching me. Before the game started I looked into coaches eyes and he smiled and nodded his head.
I want to face every challenge head on, with disregard to the fear and doubt accompanied by the possibility failure. To instead know that yes, I will fail, many times, but with each surpassing of a milestone I will improve and make better mistakes. With challenges comes in inevitably of failure, but with failure comes the inevitability of improvement and
For example, there is Joe Dimaggio who tried his very best to hold up his front of being a clean cut guy so that kids did not start smoking. Some athletes take being a role model very seriously because they know kids are easily influenced. Thousands of kids have been taken out the ghettos by role models that are athletes. These kids go on to join the NBA, NFL, NPSL, or other large professional leagues. Athletes will tell the press over and over again who their favorite athlete was growing and how that inspired them to be like their athlete.
The coach has to keep the team running effectively and efficiently, by motivation, inspiration and expectations” -Jonathan bedayse. Basketball coaching is a complicated job if you want to be a good coach. Most coaches just think how can I win and be the best, The good or great coaches think how can I win and be the best while changing the athletes lives for the better. Coaches should obtain knowledge of value to turn it into skill for the team. Since you are the engine of this well oiled machine you control what happens how fast or well your team or car can be.
In reality, in spite of their defeat, they gave the most extreme of themselves, even playing as evident champions and knew how to keep head up. They knew how to keep in memory all the training of their mentor while never demonstrating unworthy. He clarifies them that he had come toward the starting show players of basketball and that they progressed toward becoming students, to instruct young men and that they moved toward becoming men. That is the reason he expresses gratitude for them in light of the fact that regardless of whether he is the leader he learned with them similarly as they learned with
Nonetheless, the intangibles that coaching provides are many times far more valuable than we originally believed. The relationships we formed and sometimes still have are proof there’s more to coaching than wins and losses. Besides the day I married my wife and the birth of my two children, the greatest memories of my life have come from running and coaching. While winning championships and having the opportunity to work with national caliber athletes like Gavin Coombs and Tradelle Ward was something I 'll never forget. Nevertheless, even more meaningful over the years was watching young athletes set goals, work hard, and achieve success - sometimes for the first time in their lives.
The movie Hoop Dreams traced a poor young talented African American, named Arthur Agee from grade eight to college. Arthur hoped to play professional basketball in the future to help his family to escape poverty. Despite the fact that his family is poor, and the neighborhood he lived in, were disadvantaged to him to pursue his goal in many ways. Firstly, Arthur showed great determination to play professional basketball, and he would like to lead his family out of poverty. Secondly, his ability to adapt to difficult circumstances, played a significant role toward his success in basketball.
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 highly recommend this book to coaches, parents and leaders who strive to impact the next generation. " Ray Funk - Athletic Director, Yakima Valley College “Anthony has experienced just about every position of leadership possible—coach, husband, father and administrator. He has shown what true leadership looks like in all of those roles and it is on full display in this book!” Lance Villers – Superintendent, Santiam Christian
From my personal experience I have felt welcome and felt encouraged to be a better person than I ever thought possible. As have the past, present, and future cadets. The goals are the most simple yet the most complex in any one of my classes! The program has made me, along with countless others, very proud to be in it. JROTC had very
I would like to become a Victory Viking Voice because I want to help assist and inspire others to success. From the moment the Victory Viking Voices came to give a presentation over Victory Early College to my middle school, I immediately felt adoration towards them. I thought to myself, that’s where I want to be one day. The Voices have had such an impact on my life since our first interaction. They motivated me to apply to Victory.