How to meet basketball player at my college?
Im a bit confused... What are you trying to do? I would not try to get his attention at a game. Thats just rude. Let him play. Thats what he is there to do. Maybe after the game you can go up to him and say something like "Hey, I've seen you around a ton. Im also majoring in _____. That was a hell of a game you played. Great season. Id love to see you again sometime. Im Danielle."
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who would win in a fight soccer players or basketball players?
basketball players are bigger and stronger. but a soccer player could give the basketball player a good kick in the **** and outrun the basketball player away
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Who are some famous/semi famous basketball players from Indiana?
Larry Bird is from Indy and Isaiah Thomas played college ball at Indiana U
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Any high school girl basketball players?
im not a girl nor on the team but ive seen my friends tell me about it. Now not all school are like this but my friends said tryouts are vigours when it comes to athletism. You should be in good shape and be able to handle a lot of running. Of course, the basketball skills is what really counts but you need to also be able to pick up the pace and stay ahead in workouts and conditioning. Good luck at tryouts
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Any basketball players for middle schools.?
Well, I was never on a team when I tried out in 7th grade and I made it. The next year, I started. I just worked hard and did not show off
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How to get better at baketball?
Learn the fundamentals first. Learn how to do a proper layup with both hands with hours of practice. Learn how to dribble the ball properly with your head up with hours of practice, you can look up dribbling drills on youtube. Learn how to properly pass the ball with hours of practice. Learn how to play proper defense with hours of practice. Play pickup games with GOOD basketball players, do not play with bums because you will never maximize your full potential playing with bums. Learn how to properly box-out. Believe it or not, most people do not even know how to box-out. Practice. Learn how to guard larger defenders as well as short quicker defenders. Learn how to anticipate plays while playing defense, if you can master the art of anticipation on defense you will be the most wanted player by coaches (even if you are older, anticipation is the key to defense). Work on your speed and quickness with plyometrics. If you are scrawny, get in the weight room. too many skinny guys always end up trying to play basketball because they were too frail for football. but this is not the 1970's, basketball players are bigger and stronger now-a-days so work on your legs and upper-body. You must have good wind, basketball is a game of stamina, if you are tired your shot will not fall as often so train, train, train and run, run, run. Get your footwork together, without footwork you are just an amature, so you must spend hours practicing your footwork, preferably in front of a mirror. Learn how to sell your fakes, Practice. Watch hours of film and pay attention to EVERY DETAIL. Oh yea, and practice. Work on your game EVERYDAY if your serious about getting better.Do not take any days off because there is always someone out there that is better than you. You have to be commited in order to be a great player, you must have self-discipline, you must have the desire to be great (or even good). You have to have a true love for the sport, your heart has to be in it. Practice, practice for hours, you will see results within a couple of weeks, but you can never be satisfied. Learn how to properly shoot a jump shot. Learn how to play team ball. Always hustle when you play, play every game like its your last. I see too many guys play like they are "too cool" or "too good" to play hard but in reality they are just not that good or they are not confident in their game. THERE IS NO POINT OF PLAYING IF YOU'RE NOT PLAYING TO WIN, ALWAYS CHALLENGE YOUR-SELF. Learn how to ANTICIPATE A REBOUND, figure out how the ball will bounce off of the rim. Play with confidence and practice with confidence. If you are one of the worse players in practice or in the game, do not be scared to go hard anyway. Never be timid. Confidence is a big part of your game, you have to KNOW that you are a great player. But do not be arrogant. Then you PRACTICE. REPETITION IS KEY, YOU SHOULD BE COMFORTABLE WITH EVERYTHING THAT YOU DO ON THE COURT AND YOU CAN'T BE COMFORTABLE IF YOU DON'T PRACTICE. These are just some fundamentals. You will figure out the rest when you get better. Oh, practice.