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  • Basketball: Questions On Basketball

    Q. Who invented basketball? A. Dr James Naismith B. Micheal Jordan C. Shaquille O’Neal D. None of the above ANS. Dr James Naismith Q. It is the kind of sport that using a ball to shoot. A. Badminton B. Basketball C. Volleyball D. Table Tennis ANS. Basketball Q. It is well known proponent of Basketball. Who is he? A. John Jacques B. David foster C. Dr. James Naismith D. James Gibb ANS. Dr James Naismith Q. Dr. James Naismith was born in what year? A. 1861 B. 1867 C. 1874 D. 1894 ANS. 1861 Q.

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    Basketball From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia This article is about the sport. For the ball used in the sport‚ see Basketball (ball). For other uses‚ see Basketball (disambiguation). Page semi-protected Basketball Jordan by Lipofsky 16577.jpg Michael Jordan goes for a slam dunk at the old Boston Garden Highest governing body FIBA First played 1891‚ Springfield‚ Massachusetts‚ U.S. Characteristics Contact Contact Team members 10-20 (5 on court) Mixed gender Single Categorization Indoor

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    Basketball is a sport played by two teams of five players on a rectangular court. The objective is to shoot a ball through a hoop in diameter and high mounted to a backboard at each end. Basketball is one of the world’s most popular and widely viewed sports. A team can score a field goal by shooting the ball through the basket during regular play. A field goal scores two points for the shooting team if a player is touching or closer to the basket than the three-point line‚ and three points if the

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    Basketball Basketball was created a simple game. The primary objective was to place a ball‚ without dribbling‚ into a peach basket. However‚ like Darwin’s theory of man‚ basketball has evolved into the most exciting exhibition of athletic ability. Basketball has seen many rule changes‚ because of the increasing ability of the players. Basketball is a melting pot‚ where black‚ white‚ and European people excel. This is a sport that is color-blind. This sport

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    Introduction Basketball is a team sport‚ the objective being to shoot a ball through a basket horizontally positioned to score points while following a set of rules. Two teams of five players play on a marked rectangular court with a basket at each width end. A team can score a field goal by shooting the ball through the basket during regular play. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins‚ but additional time (overtime) may be issued when the game ends with a draw. The ball can

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    12/1/14 BASKETBALL Basketball has served an important role in society. For many years basketball has been an enjoyable sport for one to play and watch. From an early age‚ children who participate in this team sport learn the values of teamwork‚ discipline‚ leadership‚ and effective communication. Basketball helps bring people from all over the world together‚ despite any differences. Basketball is still being remembered and watched today through its history‚ games‚ and players. Basketball was originated

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    was bounced or passed by hand from one end of the room to the other and launched into a peach basket hung at either end—which gave the new game its name‚ basketball. James Naismith holding a ball and a peach basket‚ the first basketball equipment. Credit: UPI/Bettmann Archive James Naismith holding a ball and a peach basket‚ the first basketball equipment. Credit: UPI/Bettmann Archive First played with nine members on each team‚ Naismith’s game quickly spread throughout New England‚ and then elsewhere

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    Lost & Found “Vake up‚ vake up Bastian it your first day of school” yelped his mother in her German accent. “Ok‚ alright Mama I’m up”. “Make sure you have your breakfast it’s the most important meal of the day”. “Ok” “She always has to repeat stuff” he said under his breath. In a sluggish manner he went the bathroom‚ quickly washed his face ‚brushed his teeth‚ brushed his brown hair and put his school uniform on. He swiftly made his way to the kitchen where his cereal was waiting for him

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  • Basketball Junkie

    Jason Cucalon Book Report Basketball Junkie by Chris Herren and Bill Reynolds The book “basketball Junkie” is a Fantastic book it really is. This book is about a hometown high school superstar named Chris Herron on his journey from Fall River Massachusetts all the way to the Boston garden. Chris lived the dream of every kid who has ever bounced a basketball in their drive way. His accomplishments I believe is what really dragged me into the story. Just the fact that he wasn’t just an ordinary

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