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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Gatorade Always Wins

    Gatorade is one of, if not the top sports drink brands in production. It’s possible they are the number one sports drink because of their advertising skills towards athletes of all sports. Gatorade is using the advertisement in an appealing way to sell their sports drink to athletes, runners in specific. Gatorade successfully promotes their product to athletes with their advertisement that “Gatorade always wins.” Gatorade’s ad gives their product the appearance of a track runner crossing the…

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  • Essay On Great Danes

    Great Danes are the perfect family dog for any family they are calm and timid. Great Danes have been around for thousands of years and were worshiped for a while. They are great with children because of their timidity they can handle little kids unlike other dogs. This is the perfect dog to be a watchdog and protect you while you sleep. these are three reasons why Great Danes are perfect family dogs. Researchers have found drawings of Great Danes that go back to 3000 B.C. There are reports of…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Golden State Warriors

    You may be ready to coronate the Golden State Warriors again, and rightfully so. At 64-7, Golden State is on pace to edge out the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the best record in NBA regular season history (72-10). So it's a foregone conclusion that this three-ball bombing brigade from the Bay will hoist back-to-back trophies, right? Well, I've got another theory. The San Antonio Spurs will dash the Warriors' dynastic dreams, and Tim Duncan will ride off into the sunset as a six-time champion.…

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  • How Did The Dakota Indians Kill Native Americans?

    in the region. The US government directed the Sioux to vacate the region, which the Indians rejected. General Custer was called upon to lead a party of soldiers to force the Sioux Indians back to their reservation. The Sioux militants led by Sitting Bull did a great damage to the US soldiers. In the ensuing battle; General Custer and two hundred and sixty-five of his men were killed. Although, the Battle of Little Big Horn was momentary, it was regarded as a victory for the Native Americans. In…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Time In The NBA

    My time in the NBA was fun because of all the thing I was able to see and do. During my time I was able to influence many people . My time in Philly was definitely the peak in my career not only because of all the success I had but also because of all the support I got. When I was picked the fans believed in me and from that point I knew I was gonna be great. When I first came into the league I wanted to be different as a player and how I present myself. Most notably as my choice in clothes,…

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  • Similarities Between Kevin Durant And Russell Westbrook

    Title Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are two very unique NBA superstars, both born with difficult life's growing up. These two share a lot of similarities and a lot of differences but these two have also been teammates for a long time, and almost won an NBA championship together. Although these two have been through a lot together, and have been like brothers. Kevin Durant decided to leave Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors, the team who previously…

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  • Kobe Bryant Character Analysis

    Showboat: The Life Of Kobe Bryant By: Roland Lazenby Kobe Bryant/ the Black Mamba was very popular NBA basketball star. Kobe did not just get skills and trained from people, he already had it in his blood because his father Joe Bryant is also known as Jellybean Bryant. Joe perused his talent by going to Italy and playing basketball there. That is where their whole family lived for 7 years. Kobe learned how to speak Italian fluently and this was where he started playing basketball. When Kobe was…

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  • Basketball In America Research Paper

    The popularity of the game has increased significantly internationally and basketball players have joined with corporations to help the communities. The game of basketball went from an indoor activity to an year round activity. Although basketball leagues usually start during winter season, many people enjoy playing basketball in the summer. Michael Kovacs states, “The sport has always been a popular leisure in America, but in recent times it has started spreading its admiration across the…

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  • How The Invention Of Basketball Changed

    Imagine having to play basketball with a soccer ball and a peach basket. James Naismith didn't have the money to invent a new ball so they just played with a soccer. Peach baskets were used as the first hoops. Basketball has changed over the years. From the invention of basketball to the modern popularity today, basketball has evolved into what it is today. Basketball was created by James Naismith. In 1891,he invented the game of basketball. He worked as a gym teacher at the YMCA. He worked in…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Thanksgiving

    My First Thanksgiving I am Waheen. My tribe is the Wampanoap tribe that lives by the ocean, and surrounded by forest. I am twenty years old and I have three young children. All of them are sons, and they are very active. Over a season ago, some White people settled down the river from our village. This morning, we heard many of the guns that these settlers carry go off over and over. It made the children cry and scared us all. Our chief gathered 90 warriors and some of us women to cook…

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