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    Millions of players watch basketball and tend to try and jump right into all the moves these NBA allstars do, yet it doesn’t work like that they all started with these simple issue and took the positive concepts from it and became the player they are. Key points will be discussed on how to fix and form an average player into an elite ball handler just like all the NBA players you watch on tv year-round. Ball handling skills are very important to the game of basketball, there are some critical errors of dribbling. The manifested panacea for bad dribbling habits, and the repetition of making those new habits second nature. These are the incontrovertible errors made in the concept of dribbling in basketball. To begin with, inexperienced ball handlers tend to use the palm of their hand instead using their fingertips. Despite the fact that the ball in some cases is bigger than the dribblers hand, does not make it correct. In addition, ball handlers do not realize the effectiveness of dribbling the correct way, it gets to hard and then they just go back to using their palm. Ball handlers also tend to dribble with their head down. This is common because ball handlers are not always confident in their dribble so looking down is…

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    Wal-Mart that I used solely for gym class. I knew it was going to be a tough workout, now made even harder by the lack of grip on the bottom of my shoes. My thoughts were confirmed when we warmed up with ball-handling exercises: dribbling the ball around the body, through the legs, reversing it, crossing it over, all while maintaining an athletic, squatting position. I thought my legs would catch fire, and I knew everyone was looking at the new girl who kept chasing the ball she could not manage…

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    “To the windows, to the walls, to the walls, till the sweat drips down our socks, all these girlies rock! Park View Soccer!” The Park View varsity soccer team yelled before going on the field. They knew that they could win this game if the played as a team. This is the game that they have been waiting for. The game that would show everyone that they are the champions and always will be. Dribble, pass, shoot, the fundamentals of soccer. What you do when you play soccer. You get better at…

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    People go around the world influencing each other lives positivity and negativity all the time. Throughout my nineteen years. I have met many people who have influenced me. One person though really stands out. No this person isn’t my mom or dad. Which they both are really important and have influenced me in so many ways, I can’t even thank them enough for everything. I have decided to write about somebody who has always been there to keep me on track and pushing me to do better. He has been my…

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    team. Also, every time the ball is being passed in the player has five seconds to inbound the ball. To add to that the player must not step over the sideline or baseline until ball is passed in, but the player can run across the baseline if it is after a made shot. After the ball is inbounded then the player has eight seconds to pass the halfcourt line and the team has a total of twenty four seconds to shoot the ball. For points, if the ball is shot beyond the arch (no feet on the line) it is…

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    lesson content was clearly explained for the first five minutes. The overview allowed students to be aware of the basketball skills such as dribbling and passing which would be covered in the lesson.. The short and clear overview of the lesson allowed the teacher to reduce her instructional time therefore students were able to get physically active immediately. Students were positioned in a half circle during this time. This was an effective strategy as every student was able to see and hear the…

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    would improve my game over the summer and try to make the ninth grade basketball team. But, there was a problem. I was going to India for the whole summer, as usual, and I did not have a hoop or a basketball there. When I got to India, I asked my uncle if he could buy me a basketball and find a court for me to practice on. He found me a basketball, but he was still trying to find a court. When I got the basketball, I knew that if my uncle did not find a court, then I would not get better.…

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    If you are on the shorter side, then you need to make sure you are strong and can keep the other team away with your body. Throughout this section, Mia Hamm gave examples to help empower you to improve, and she proves that you must love the game to play. In addition to the general parts of soccer, Mia Hamm talks about techniques. This section of the book, called "On the Field," you gain helpful tips from her experiences. There are six main skills Mia talks about in this section, trapping,…

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    school, one of my teammates, Kayla, constantly spoke about me behind my back. Continuously, Kayla rambled “she’s not good” and “she sucks at basketball”, as much as she could. Consequently, I lost confidence and became intimidated and anxious, along with fearing the years I had left with her. However, I overcame this adversity by remembering the greater adversity that a high school basketball team in New Orleans, Louisiana faced and overcame. Overtime, Kayla always had something to say whether…

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    likely lose balance. The person on the offenses goal is to make you lose balance so stay on your feet. Put your in hand in front of the ball when he’s holding it. This prevents him from shooting the ball. If the ball is above the head flip your hand up. This will make it so the player loses the ball and you steal it. Slide with the player when he moves try to take away the path he’s going. You want stay in front of him not on the side of him or else it’s a foul. Keep your head lower than his and…

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