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  • Informative Essay: How Coaches Have The Power To Change Lives

    Coaches have the power to change lives. I can humbly say this as all my coaches, both good and bad, have taught me in some way what it takes to be a good athlete and most importantly how to be a good human being. They have taught me life lessons that I can only hope to preserve by instilling them into my athletes in my time as a coach. The articles I have chosen to highlight in this essay show how coaches have helped to develop character in athletes, how they pushed them to be the best on and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Internship Experience At The Quicken Loans Arena

    you to the Quicken Loans Arena for allowing me to have this incredible experience. Organization Overview The Quicken Loans Arena, originally known as "The Q", is a multi-purpose arena downtown in Cleveland, Ohio, The building is the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Lake Erie Monsters, and the Cleveland Gladiators Football League. The Quicken Loans Arena seats about 20,562 individuals in the arena and up to 20,056 for the ice hockey, making it the third…

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  • Essay On The Populist Movement

    While it was initially a success, in the long term the Populist movement faltered. Farmers tried to overcome deflation and falling crop prices by forming organaizations such as the Grange and the Farmers’ Alliance. Many farmers joined the Populist Party in the 1890s. “Populism was a movement to increase farmers’ political power and to work for legislation in their interest. Farmers joined the Populist movement because they were in the midst of an economic crisis” (The American Vision 470).…

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  • College Admissions Essay: Why I Love Sports

    There haven’t been many constants in my life so far, but my love for and almost reliance on sports has been one of the most consistent things that I have come to know. Growing up in a huge, Catholic family of seven children was destined to be a place where athletics thrived; although we never quite had enough kids for even teams. I had an interesting introduction to sports; when I was about one-year old, my parents moved my whole family from our home of Akron, Ohio to Manchester, Vermont, where…

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  • Cleveland Cavaliers Essay

    Slow starts have become a theme for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Through six games this season, the Cavs have had to erase early deficits in several contests — And Friday night’s matchup with the Philadelphia 76ers was no different. “That’s a fact — We started slow the last two games,” Cavs head coach David Blatt said. “The sample size is small, but we did mention it.” Despite another slow start against Philadelphia Friday, the Cavs (5-1) pulled away to pick up a 108-102 victory in Quicken Loans…

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  • James Harden

    A picture is worth 1,000 words It’s just the second meeting between these two elite teams in the NBA. The offensive juggernauts that are the Cleveland Cavaliers, and a team with one of the best records in the west, the Houston Rockets. One team destine for playoff greatness, and the other hungry for a NBA title. The crowd roars as the starting line ups are announced. Some hear boos as the name “LeBron James” is announced. The crowd stands up and cheers as the name “James Harden” is announced.…

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  • James Naismith Research Paper

    Basketball Basketball was invented in the year 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts by a Canadian physical education instructor James Naismith. Naismith devised this game to condition his young athletes during the colder months. The sport did not begin with an actual basketball and two nets. It originally consisted of peach baskets and a soccer ball. He established thirteen rules and divided the teams into nine players each. The objective of the game was to throw the soccer ball into the…

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  • Why Are Professional Athletes Overpaid?

    Are Professional Athletes Overpaid? Are professional athletes overpaid? This question is asked around schools, work places, and homes everywhere. Many people in the United States would agree that yes, professional athletes are overpaid. Everyday many individuals hear about another mega multi-million dollar contract for a professional athlete. For example, in 2014 Miami Marlins right-fielder Giancarlo Stanton signed a 13 year, 325 million dollar contract (“Giancarlo Stanton”). Although one of…

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  • After The Morning Call Analysis

    choose the one they wanted for election. But there were some states that were claimed by both parties, as the case of California, which was slightly Republican. Besides the partial division of the states, it was, at this point, clear that Grover Cleveland had high opportunities of winning the Presidency. He had shown incredible strength in the West and over his opponents which would have gave…

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  • Nike Commercials: 'Come Out Of Nowhere'

    LeBron says in the last line of the commercial, “You’re not supposed to be here, yet here you are”. The clip shows him walking on to the court to play for the NBA team the Cleveland Cavaliers. Knowing LeBron’s childhood that he moved nearly a dozen times in a year missing about 100 days of school of the 4th grade, having slim to no money and growing up off welfare, not knowing who his real dad was, and growing up in Akron, Ohio…

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