Larry Bird

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  • Larry Bird Research Paper

    Larry Bird was indisputably the best forward to ever play in the National Basketball Association. Larry Bird is full of drive, continually seeking his inner-goal which was to one day become a star player. Late nights on his small, cracked driveway in a small town plowed the prosperous way of life that he worked so hard to achieve. Shoving his way out of poverty, Bird left a legacy in the high-flying game of basketball. Born in West Baden, Indiana located outside French Lick, Indiana Bird was placed into a fairly large family. Bird played every sport available to him, including his previously most favorite sport of baseball. His older brother was a high school basketball hero winning a championship for his team. This favorable action led to…

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  • Hip Hop And Basketball Research Paper

    referred to as the first mainstream hip-hop song, had lyrics about basketball. “Rapper’s Delight” wasn’t only popular in the United States, but it was an international hit. It quickly spread to a number of countries. Big Bank Hank rapped, “I got a color TV so I can see the Knicks play basketball.” This set the foundation for the rest of the symbiotic relationship between hip-hop and basketball. People heard this and implicitly drew a connection between the two. During this time, the NBA featured…

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  • How To Play Basketball

    For many youth, recreation sport leagues give them a way to express themselves, release emotions, and keep them out of the streets and trouble. Across the United States, it is recorded that more than 2,000 recreation basketball leagues are open for youth to become apart of. The Boys and Girls Club of America serves as a great resource. Many notable persons grew up in the Boys and Girls Club. Earvin “Magic” Johnson is one that numerous adolescents look up to in the basketball world. Being that he…

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  • Julius Winfield Erving: The Greatest Basketball Player

    Julius Winfield Erving III was one of the greatest basketball players of all time. He was one of the very few players that changed the game. When he played he electrified the court giving him sense power making him seem like he can do anything on the court. Dr.j went up against some of the Nba’s greatest players like Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and Clyde Drexler and embarrassed them by dunking on them because of his ridiculous athleticism. While he was playing there was no one that could guard…

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  • Magic Johnson: The Most Famous NBA Player

    In 1979, the NBA fanbase saw the game being played in a way never seen before. Earvin Johnson a renowned player of the Los Angeles Lakers, showed off his basketball skill for 12 years. Known for having high numbers in assists, Earvin Johnson, also known as “Magic”, had the ability to see where everyone was on the court, and make unexpected passes. Aside from his basketball career, Magic became a huge advocate of AIDS and HIV awareness, while also writing a book about safe sex. Throughout the…

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  • Bird In The Hand Analysis

    On April 15, I attended Bird in the Hand by Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas at the California State University of Long Beach University Theatre. Bird in the Hand is about a boy who works at a theme park in Miami owned by his father who is dedicated to tropical birds. The boy, Felix, takes us on a tour of his last year in high school explaining how he came to inherit the park from his father and loses his best friend in the process. The narrator, Felix, feels caged and out-of-place, much like the imported…

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  • Analysis Of An Owl Pellet

    The independent variable in this lab was the different bones with took from the pellet and analyzed. The dependent variable was the types of animals we found out the owl had eaten based the analysis of the bones. My results supported my hypothesis. I found different types of bones and then after I analyzed them I found what kind of animal the owl had eaten. I found out that the owl pellet that I had contained bones from a mole, bird, shrew, and a rodent. My results were very similar to…

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  • Birds Of Paradise Research Paper

    To the human eye, birds are one of the most beautiful and eye catching in all of nature’s creations. Even a single stray of a feather has many wonders and secrets in itself. It’s form, delicacy and it’s coloring for example. With each of these they have the power to be overwhelming. There are many families of birds well known for spectacular visual impact of their plumage. One family of birds that stands out from the rest, not just because of the extravagant appearance of many of its…

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  • Data Synthesis Essay

    occurrence of the sparrows was to use an excel processor to determine a pie graph for the number of flock occurrences vs. single occurrences (more on this will be issued in the discussion). This specific graph was based on the numerical frequency of the birds seen flock feeding or not, and not the actual number of…

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  • Chicken Feathers Case Study

    Valorisation of chicken feathers: Optimization and Characterization of Cleaning process of chicken feathers by Response surface methodology Tamrat Tesfaye1 Bruce Sithole1, 2 Deresh Ramjugernath1, 3 1Discipline of Chemical Engineering, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa 2Forestry and Forest Products Research Centre, Natural Resources and the Environment, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Durban, South Africa 3Pro Vice-Chancellor: Innovation, Commercialization and…

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