Basketball in my opinion the best thing I can do with my friends to have fun while burning a few calories. I see it as a fun and easy way to have fun rather than sitting on the couch all day playing video games or watching television. One reason I love basketball is because you need only yourself to play the game
Basketball in my opinion the best thing I can do with my friends to have fun while burning a few calories. I see basketball as a fun and easy way to have fun rather than sitting on the couch all day playing video games or watching television. One reason I love basketball is because you need only yourself to play the game or, you can play with teammates. I prefer to have others to play with rather than just playing alone. To me there is not only one word that I can describe basketball.
I had a small basketball team a couple of my basketball teammates and I coached last year when we were juniors and it was the best experience of my life. I always wanted to help and give back to the community of Honokaa. Parents have just been so pleased with what we’ve done for their kids. It 's always nice to help the up and coming generations and teach them what you 've learn and see them apply it in games because it 's such a big milestone to see that these kids I 'm teaching and helping are taking in what I 've learned and use it for themselves and improve on it
Due to this people form all around the world play basketball professionally and for leisure. Basketball is the best sport because playing basketball has a lot of benefits for your health, it is a lot of fun to play as well as watch and it requires a lot of skill. These
You need good chemistry if you want to be successful in NBA. College helps increase a great of learning and gives the player a good idea of what NBA might be like but with better learning facets. College is a privilege use it as much as possible don’t just waste it. It’s better than NBA where it’s all about money and for show, where college is all about the game of basketball. There are so many bad habits 18 year olds have that the NBA doesn’t want to have in their league college helps breaks those bad habits so the player becomes more of a successful
If I didn’t have my teammates with me to encourage me on the court, I do not think I would have kept my goals of wanting to play D1 basketball. There were times that I was challenged so much during practice by his strong words that I just wanted to scream at him. In my 4 years, there was not one time that I did though because of my teammates. They knew how to calm me down and keep a positive attitude when things were hard during practices. One specific player that kept me sane was Napheesa Collier.
This framework includes 5 levels. The individual, interpersonal, institutional, structural and cultural, these areas are used to investigate the ways in which inequities challenge the area of sport and physical activity. I know from personal experience some of my sport choices has been affected from these levels, either because of cost or because the only facilities for these sports were not near the area that we lived in. When it comes to athletics, I haven’t personally been always engaged in this for various reasons, pressure from others watching you as it is an induvial sport. As I have been more interested in other team sports such as basketball getting better in these sports had become a priority.
Linsanity is a documentary film directed by Evan Jackson Leong that tackles numerous topics such as discrimination, stereotypes, racism, and being overlooked. The documentary is about Jeremy Lin, an Asian American basketball player who rose to fame in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The story follows the life of Lin from his childhood to his success in the New York Knicks in the NBA. The film shows how Lin achieved success despite of the racism and discrimination that he received while playing in his college and in the NBA. The director’s intention does not only inform the viewers about Jeremy Lin’s life, but it also offers viewers a new image of Asian Americans in basketball.
In addition, they’re not allowed to be represented by an organization towards their career. Although many people think college basketball players deserve to get paid, others believe differently. A lot of people believe they deserve to get paid because of their talent. While others believe that the perks are enough.
Kevin Durant uses him amazing shooting ability to carry his team to winning games. His length gives him the power to shoot over the top of defenders and lessens his chances of getting blocked. Kevin primarily relies on his shooting ability to put points on the scoreboard. LeBron on the other hand is not as gifted as a shooter, but he uses his power and explosiveness to
I have also faced these problems when people have given reason to why I play basketball the way I do and I never really put too much into but through writing this paper it as interesting to think ore about it. White athletes have had a more favorable view when discussing what makes them achieve in life and sports. Whites have always been viewed as the more superior and intellectual race. This was also the case for sports for a long time too.
The explored the world of bankruptcy back then but there is a new kind of ABA now. This new ABA isn 't as extreme as the ABA in the old days but its just as spectacular. People from cities around the United States with a dream to play basketball now have there chance to play the game of basketball at a competitive level. The new kind of ABA consists of teams with players who don’t get payed for playing the game, they simply just play because they love the game almost like the older league but without pay. Teams like the Lions out of Memphis are joining in and picking up players who simply play and love the game of basketball.
This book in my opinion is really interesting if you like basketball. Specifically if you are struggling in basketball, I think this story will help you gain confidence about your game and this book would influence you to go practice. You know what they say, practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect, just ask
“Are you really serious about basketball?” said my Dad “Yes Dad, I’m sure” I said “Then let’s call the coach” said Dad Then we called the coach and started going to practice. I made some friends and I had people on my team that I 've played against so it was kind of awkward at first but then we all became friends and a great team. The team consisted of me, Ali, Cole, Javion, Marquise,