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    BALL IS LIFE Since I was a young boy I have always played sports. My first sport I played was soccer; I have played every sport basketball baseball, football and basketball. Out of every sport I played basketball and football was my best sports. I started playing football when I was 7 years old. As I got older I started to become a real good basketball player. In the 8th grade I played varsity for a privet school. I averaged 16 points per game so now I knew that basketball was something I could dominate. Even though I was still dominating football, that high school experience at a young age got my attention. Going into the night grade I transferred to Nansemond River in Suffolk VA. They were a pretty good team coming into the…

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    While conducting research on the evolution of basketball , many sources which I used gave many viewpoints on how basketball has changed. These sources stated that basketball has made a dramatic change since the beginning of its creation. These sources argue that basketball will continue to evolve in efforts to benefit the sport , which in return will cement basketball’s legacy forever. Basketball has undergone many changes since the beginning of its creation, from rules to the equipment. The…

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    INTRODUCTION “The invention of basketball was not an accident. It was developed to meet a need. Those boys simply would not play 'Drop the Handkerchief’”(James Naismith). The world of sports revolved around football and baseball in the 1800’s. At the time, there was a long break between sports in the winter time. There was nothing to do because all the main sports were played outside. When it got cold outside, a new sport was in the making to keep students and athletes in shape. Basketball was…

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    Basketball History

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    Professional basketball initially started in 1891 Dr. James Naismith in a baby boondocks Springfield, Massachusetts. Naismith was 30 years old YMCA training academy advancing up with a action to be central during winter , and 14 canicule to do so. He went through adaptation of soccer, lacrosses ,and football ,and they all failed. Late night of the endure day of the 2weeks he was giving he came up with 13 rules for basketball. He able abounding things still use today ,including traveling ,…

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    Basketball History

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    The sport activity that will be used in this paper is basketball. Basketball has grown since it has been created, becoming one of the United States most popular sports. Studies say, a form of basketball dates over five hundred years ago. Faurschou’s (2005) studies found the following: The First basketball type game may have been played by the early Olmec people of ancient Mexico as early as 500 years ago. The Aztec and Mayan cultures also had a game similar to basketball, only instead of a…

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    Persecution Of Basketball

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    Basketball has been around for about 125 years and people continue to shoot the basketball the wrong way. Of course from the beginning no shot form was established. Any way you could get the ball to the basket and into the basket was acceptable. In the 50’s and 60’s we began to see the formation of a general form used to shoot the basketball. There are three very important things when correctly shooting a basketball balance, hand placement, and eye contact. First is hand placement, hand…

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    Basketball History

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    The game of basketball as it is known today was created by Dr.ions James Naismith in December 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts, to condition young athletes during cold months. He only had 13 rules to the game at first. The first professional league was founded in 1888. There were only six teams in the league. The first champions were the Trenton Nationals and other teams in the future but the league was abandoned in 1904. Then, many small championships were organized, but most of them were not…

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    Soccer and basketball both are the popular game in the world. Some people love soccer, and some perform basketball. These two groups of people are jubilant and enjoy watching their favorite sport, but there always has a troublemaker throw an argument out, and separate people into two groups and push them to an opposite position. For example, “which one is better? PlayStation 4 or Xbox?” or “which one you perform more? LOL or Dota?” or “you mom and your wife fall into the river, whom you save…

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    Basketball Observation

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    There is a place that everyone retreats to, that generates them relaxation and pure happiness. My sanctuary was plainly the basketball court. Once I arrive at the gym, I get hit in the face with the chilling breeze of the full blast air conditioning they had on, which would make you want to put on a jacket. To get to the court I had to walk through to two gigantic black heavy doors, generating me to exert all the force I had to pry it open. Arriving onto to the court my nose begins to go numb to…

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    Basketball Narrative

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    He looked at me, trying to give me that boost of confidence for the end of this game. “Alright guys listen up. Ryan has guarded their best player all game, it’s time we catch him off guard,” he said. I answered with a head nod, because my mouth was paper. A 6 foot 4 inch guy shouldn 't have any trouble guarding a guy 4 inches shorter than you, right? WRONG. I have been playing basketball since 5, and I’ve learned size is not always an advantage. If a guard is quicker than you, and has a reliable…

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