50 Greatest Players in NBA History

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  • Russell And Chamberlain's Comparison

    The great debate of the NBA in the 1960s centered around two men who revolutionized the game of basketball in their own contrasting and unique ways. Bill Russell was a quiet warrior with unparalleled intensity. His primary concern was whether or not his team won. Everything else was secondary. Wilt Chamberlain was a once-in-a-generation athlete with an ability to seemingly score at will. His talent resulted in statistics and records that are unimaginable by today’s standards. Naturally, the question arises between Russell and Chamberlain. Who’s the greatest? The fascination in the debate lies in the contrasts between the two men. They both reached heights that no current player has a chance to match and yet their accomplishments stand in stark…

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  • Sport Of Basketball Essay

    If there is, who holds them and why? Playoffs start at the end of the NBA season; teams go against others to be eligible to compete in the NBA Finals to win the NBA Championships. Magic Johnson holds the most assists in the Playoffs with over 2,346 assists (“NBA”). Scoring is a big factor in the Playoffs; Michael Jordan holds the most points in the Playoffs with 5,987, he also holds the most free throws in the NBA Playoffs with 1,463 (“NBA”). Ray Allen was also a big factor with scoring from the…

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  • Michael Jordan's NBA Career

    research that was gathered about Michael Jordan’s historic NBA career, was very efficient to the researcher. The different opinions made it hard to agree that Michael Jordan is the greatest of all time, but in the end, the opinion stays the same. There are ten sources that will show the reader and have the reader decide who they think is the greatest of all time. These articles will talk about why Michael Jordan is the greatest, why he is not, and who else that could be considered as the…

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  • Moses Malone Character Analysis

    learn, players like Moses Malone can have a profound effect on the outcome of free bets or real money wagers. September 13, 2015 will forever be remember as a sad day for NBA fans, owners, coaches and players after hearing the announcement regarding the sudden passing of NBA great Moses Malone at the age of 60 from apparent heart complications. Malone will forever be remember by his now famous moniker "Chairman of the Board", a title he earned because of his uncanny ability to rebound the ball,…

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  • Macbeth And Allen Iverson Character Analysis

    The play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, is a fictional tragedy about a Scottish general named Macbeth, who is a brave soldier and a powerful man, but he is not a virtuous one. Macbeth possesses four qualities of a tragic hero--extraordinary talents(well known to many), suffering a reversal of fortune, recognizing the consequences of their actions, and a tragic flaw which is overconfidence that leads him to downfall. Based on these character traits, Macbeth can be compared and contrasted to…

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  • Michael Jordan Competitiveness

    Competitiveness and attitude are not the same thing but they are sometimes linked together for some reason, the definition of competitiveness is to have a strong desire to compete or to succeed and in my opinion the athletes that have a competitive spirit about them and can control it is the players that succeed above other average players. Michael Jordan is one of the most competitive people in the sports world then and now even though he is in his 50’s. In his old age Michael has done to…

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  • Benjamin Simeon Research Paper

    Benjamin Wilson, commonly known as Benji, was not only an all American basketball star, but also the greatest basketball player to ever rise out of Chicago. Playing for Simeon, he was named the top player in the country as a junior in the ‘83-’84 season. He carried the team to the state finals his junior year and won; claiming Simeon’s first Illinois championship but would never make it to the Professional league or even college basketball, his life greatly changed the city of Chicago in more…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Future After High School

    to not do much running. On that day we did a push up test and then we saw how much our weight and our height was.After that the bell rang and I was there in gym. I was in my gym clothes after the class ended the boys who were trying out for soccer went to the gym locker and change THERE WERE ABOUT 45-50 KIDS TRYING OUT! The trainer sadly could only take 18 or 19 kids for the team.Finally when we went outside we ran 1 mile then we ran from gole box back and forth we did it like 5 or 6 times, and…

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  • Steroid Athletes Should Be Banned

    Diego Maradona was a professional soccer player most known for his International achievements. It was said that he failed a couple of drug tests and that he was on cocaine. Many people lost respect for him when they heard this. He denied doing drugs at first, but he then admitted to it. Professional athletes should be banned from their sport for doing drugs because young people look up to them and they are putting a bad example. Doping in sports is not allowed in any sport, and should not be…

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  • Quaker Oats: Branding Challenges: Quaker Oats

    Unfortunately, some companies have mismanaged their greatest asset—their brands. This is what befell the popular Snapple brand almost as soon as Quaker Oats bought the beverage marketer for $1.7 billion in 1994. Snapple had become a hit through powerful grassroots marketing and distribution through small outlets and convenience stores. Analysts said that because Quaker did not understand the brand’s appeal, it made the mistake of changing the ads and the distribution. Snapple lost so much…

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