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    The point guard will need have good coordination and should be the most confident player when passing as they will be communicating with the ball to other team mates as well as defending the ball and traveling towards the opposite team’s basket. The point guard should also be aware of the team’s tactics to ensure they play well and how to maintain the correct tempo on the court, they should also be fast and able to identify a good opportunity to shoot and position their teammates accordingly. 2- Shooting guard: The shooting guard needs to have good coordination skills and control over the ball as well as balance as they are required to throw the ball to their teammates, steal the ball from their opponents and shoot on behalf of the team. The majority of the points scored in a match is gained by the shooting guard. 3- Small forward: Small forward are not assigned to one particular role, they are very flexible on the court. They should be robust as they are repeatedly in defence and tall as well as having good hand coordination when aiming for the hoop as they may be shooting from a distance or may be surrounding the hoop. Small forward and shooting guards are recognised as wings on the court, as they have identical roles 4-…

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    some sleeper point guards for the 2015-16 NBA season, so now it’s time to look at the shooting guard position. Shooting guards are the most difficult players for me to project in fantasy basketball. It’s so hard during the preseason to get a firm grasp on who will be starting and who’s minutes may see a decrease this season. I do in fact have some great sleeper options, though. From Monta Ellis to Zach LaVine, there are are plethora of talented guys to anchor your fantasy rosters this season.…

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    “It's half time against Bowling Green High School and we are already down 34-15, they maybe the best in the state but not better than we will ever be!” Coach says in a motivated manner. The team goes back onto the court and feel pumped for the second half, Pinckney wins the tip off and score 3 points off the bat. Not until the 4th quarter the score again and end up losing the game 62-31, emotions are high and everyone is getting into each other’s faces. Tyreke the starting point guard starts…

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    swing with his other arm, but came back with a nub just under the elbow. As She neared his neck, the magical killer started losing strength. Come on! Finish this! Bheithir was silent as Alaena dug the magical blade into his neck and flung herself over, slitting his throat. When she hit the ground, everything went black. ~ Alaena Hamel woke up, but didn’t move. The Mysterious Man outside was outside the cell, “Why don’t you just kill her! She’s taken two of my…

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    sounds and screams it sounded like an older man. One of the soldiers, probably the one who was hit by the club, yelled, “Fire”. All I saw was smoke and all I heard were screams. I knew that at least three people were dead. After all the smoke had cleared out there was complete silence. There were five dead bodies on the ground. Some squirming and some still as a rock. The white snow was turning deep red. I was shocked and my ears were ringing so I couldn’t hear anything. Then I realized that I…

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    Pennsylvania, it happened, but it was much worse than bringing a gun to school. Matthew, a 16 year old student at that school, heard a boy repeating that he was going to start shooting people at the school. Then Matthew told the police what he knew and the police arrested three students that were going to shoot people at the school. But what if he didn't tell? There has been many mass shootings over the years and if Matthew wouldn’t have told, then Cedar Crest High School would of been just…

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    Surrounded by an escort of the horsemen of King Alric’s Royal Guard, Larah and Riasean rode for an hour before she broke the silence. “So, you are an assassin?” Riasean gripped the reins of his horse tighter. There is no point denying the fact. “Yes,” he admitted. “How did that happen – I mean how do you find yourself in the business of killing?” Where to begin? Best keep it simple, and as close to honest as possible. “One has to do whatever it takes to survive – in my case, growing up in…

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    that nobody else sees..” Freddy stood by the guards doorway smirking “Open up.. you wont last forever..” he chanted laughing slightly. He heard a small whimper from the backstage area and blinked in confusion. He walked to the backstage area and opened the door slowly “Chica..? Bonnie..?” he asked looking in. He saw a small girl huddled up in the corner, she was covered in some blood and wearing a black jacket and small purple dress. Freddy’s eyes widened as he remembered the small girl from…

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    usually went out to eat when they visited their families our they stayed at home and watched movies and eat popcorn. They had stopped at a gas station and they got all kinds of fans crowd around them so they had to be escorted to their car from a security guard. They said thank you to the security guard because he was so nice to them. The next stop was back to there old school to see what the principle believed and if he did . The group walked into the school and as they walked into the…

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    Only seven guards and two handmaidens remained. Princess Alara felt ashamed at how she dragged them across Sway, only for them to perish along the way. While she grieved, her surviving company consoled her and thanked her for her strength and wit that saved them from the monster in the marsh. Alara dried her tears and prepared for the last part of her…

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