Ever since I was little I loved playing sports. My mom introduced me to to basketball at a young age. I played GLYBA for a couple of years, and then in fourth grade I joined a travel basketball team, called a the Gull Lake Blue Devils. When I was in second grade I played little league baseball. I played little league for many years, till I was in sixth grade. I tried out for the Michigan Rebels, and I made the team.
Basketball is one of the world's most loved sports. Thousands of people gather from all over the world to watch it. The National Basketball Association or NBA is the whole reason people are able to play the sport professionally. Although the NBA is a huge company now it wasn’t always like this. Before the NBA there was the Basketball Association of America. (BAA) Many of the rules the NBA has today didn’t exist back then.
It just seems like it would be natural for me to begin playing organized basketball at an early age, but I did not other than the rough and tumble playground ball at recess. I began to yearn to play on a real team, and soon I would have my chance. It was the summer before the sixth grade, and I managed to talk my father into purchasing me a basketball and my mother into purchasing the rim. We put the rim up onto the shed and I began practicing.
Damian Lillard once said, "Whenever I'm on the court, I feel like I'm making a statement and a case that I belong." That quote says a lot about the feeling on the court; however, what I see and hear is what gets me those feelings, and what I feel gives me the drive for success. The more and more I drive towards success in the game of basketball the more people I meet and the more motivation and inspiring I get from those people.
My entire life, I have lived and breathed basketball. When I was only three days old, I was being passed around in the stands of a basketball game while my parents coached my older sister. In first grade, I was begging my parents to let me play. I couldn’t, however, because in my town kids don’t start playing basketball until the third grade. They let me join an Upward basketball league that was near my area, but Upward wasn’t competitive enough for me. So the next year, I went a couple towns over to join their city league so I could play. From then on, basketball was my passion.
basket ball, Then in second grade I started soccer and played for 3 years, then I started karate and I'm a orange belt and 2 stripes, then Now not only do I play instruments but I also play sports. When I was in first grade I played basket ball and then a new sport got introduced to our school. Its called speed stacking. You get a stack of 12 special designed cups with wholes on the bottom so they don't stick together. You can stack them in a bunch of ways like the cycle, 9 cycle, 3 cycle, 3-3, 3-3-3, 3-6-3, 1-10-1, 6-6, 3-3-3-3, and one where you lay out 12 cups and move forward with your hands while picking up the cups. There are many more ways you can stack them. It is an amazing sport, and on the cycle (The most difficult technique) I got
You are sitting at home watching a tense basketball game on television. Thousands of people are screaming at the top of their lungs as a player from your home team dribbles up the court. There are only four seconds left, and the home team is down by two. The guard dishes to the center, breaking across the middle. He takes the pass, spins once, and puts up a shot. A defender appears to be draped all over him as the ball hangs in the air forever. The horn sounds, drowning out the referee's whistle. Everyone rises to their feet, their eyes following the trajectory of the spinning ball. A deafening roar explodes as the ball settles into the net. Yes! You instantly see the official has blown his whistle, and you know the player will have a chance
I have been playing basketball ever since I can remember. My family has always been very athletic. My siblings played basketball as well as my parents. My grandma told me a story about how I used to shoot a little basketball into a 10 foot hoop and I would make it. I play in the point guard position. I work very hard at what I do so that makes me advance in my skill for the sport. When I really started to realize I had a passion for it was in 6th grade. We had a lot of new people therefore our team didn't blend great. But even with my team being the way it was I still put everything that I had into it. Two things at the end of the season happened to me that made me realized that if I worked at it I could do great things. One parent on the
Imagine making huge amounts of money for putting the ball in the hoop . Making huge money for running up and down the hardwood and playing offense and defense in a game that last for 48 minutes .Being popular and being looked up to as an inspiring person and well liked by the people .Playing in a stadium in front of thousands of people cheering and booing .
one experience I had was when I won MVP basketball team. it was one of my giggest goals because I love basketball and I wanted to bring a trophy home. I had a lot of good players on my team, so I knew it wasn't going to be easy. The other kids on my team had many years of experience in playing basketball and it was barely my second
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My goal for the remainder of highschool is for the varsity basketball team to make the playoffs both this year and next year. Basketball has been my favorite sport and hobby my entire life. I have dedicated every spring and fall to AAU (club basketball), and every winter to either the town team, middle school team, freshman team, JV team, and now varsity team. Basketball has always been a huge part of my life. I have made friendships through basketball, met and worked with professional coaches and players. Basketball has taken me to places that I never thought I would go. I am incredibly competitive and I have put so much time and work into basketball, and because of this, making the playoffs is my goal for the remainder of highschool.
Play sports to stay healthy. Even though people believe there are other ways to stay healthy, playing sports is the easiest way to keep healthy. Average test scores of non athletes were not as high as athletes, so playing sports is helpful. Play sports to keep grades up, be intelligent and stay healthy.
I have grown up playing basketball my entire life. When I was only three days old, I was being passed around in the stands at a basketball tournament while my parents coached my older sister. I have lived and breathed basketball for as long as I can remember.
Basketball has always been my passion, and I’m going to tell you all about it. Basketball has always been my favorite sport. I just LOVE to play the game. It all started when I was about 5 years old when my parents bought me a mini-hoop, and I was always shooting. That’s how I built my love and passion for the game. One thing that helped me as a little kid was my parents. They helped me build my work ethic and my skill. After that, I knew I had found my hobby, and I knew what I wanted to do when I grew up. A couple ways that still help me today are watching basketball and going to camps in the summer. I am also VERY fortunate to play for an AAU team named “San Antonio Hard work”. I had a great experience with this