2009–10 NBA season

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  • The Unorthodox Restoration Of A Tarnished Image

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    with professional athletes. Lebron James is currently in his 14th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He spent his first seven seasons playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers, just 39 miles from his hometown, Akron. After the 2009-2010 NBA season, James decided not to resign his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers and instead sign a contract with the Miami Heat. This decision led to James joining forces with other NBA superstars such as Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, and Ray Allen. Later

  • How Sport Is An Equal Opportunity For All Teams

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    to succeed, is an equal opportunity for all teams to win. This is called parity, and every sport tries to create this to have their sport stay competitive and entertaining. Without parity, a small group of teams will dominate their sport, and in the NBA, where first place receives the only prize, the sport will become less competitive and lose its fan base, which represents the revenue the league gains. One big factor in giving all teams a chance to win, is through the market of the league and the

  • Nike Commercial : A Commercial Analysis Of Ike's Commercial

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    ike’s Equality Advertisement The “Equality” Nike commercial is a powerful commercial for all individuals as it inspires them to bring positive change in their communities. The focal message of Nike’s advertisement is that equality has no borders, it can overcome anything on its paths, and together we can help equality reach infinite borders. Because one person's, race, religious belief, sexuality does not define what equality is. Therefore, there is no one better than others. The purpose of the

  • Should the Minimum Age for the NBA be Increased to 20?

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    Before 2006, NBA players did not have to go to college to be drafted into NBA. Notable players such as Lebron James, Kevin Garnett, Dwight Howard, and Kobe Bryant were drafted directly out of high school. Their careers have been nothing short of outstanding, so many people have questioned why the NBA increased the age limit in the first place. In 2005, the NBA decided that every player entering the draft must be at least one year removed from high school. Most players elect to spend that year, and