Chris Paul however is all around point guard. Any team he joins in the NBA, he take leadership by being a pure point guard. This consists of assisting and playing great defense. He can play up to 3 positions on the basketball court. Chris Paul leadership consists of being an all-around player.
They did not have too many players, but at the time Doug looked like he was seven feet tall. When we finally played them we were pretty worried because Drew was our biggest player and was short compared to Doug. We started off the game pretty solid and scored the first couple points, but by halftime we were down at least 30 points. People in the stands were not into the game at all and kids who were waiting for the next game left the gym. Mr. Johnson took Doug out for the third quarter, and by some stroke of luck everyone on our team caught fire.
The tension before this was something you wanted to feel. He takes and misses the first and then hits the second. With 7.3 seconds left on the clock it’s a tied game. Their crowd erupted. I get the inbound and head straight for our basket feeling the time about to expire; I desperately heaved the last shot from between the three point line to the mid-court.
My team and I were going to play St. Rita, a battle we had persistently prepared for since the last game of our sophmore year. The sun was beating on my pads, radiating the heat to make practice seem even worse. I was exhausted and looking forward to the end of my last sweat, pouring practice for the week. Our team was repetitively executing plays to make sure they were like second nature to us on friday. The coach yelled, "Last Play!"
We lacked a post up player or for lack of a better term, a “big man.” We needed rebounds, both offensively and defensively if we were to even have a shot at beating the well known, “Triple Threat.” They were made up of Michael Butler, Cody Brown, and Ian Cohen. Our team made it through the trenches to get this point and we weren’t losing without a fight. The three of us stood in a huddle only twenty feet away from our enemy bench. Waiting for the action to begin, the crowd chattered amongst themselves as we waited for the whistle to mark the start of the game. The three of us look at each other and I can see the intensity on my teammates’ faces.
When I got home that night, my brother, asked me what I was moping around about. I didn’t want to tell him, but not wanting to keep it in, I blurted out the whole story, sharing every last excruciating detail. I waited for him to laugh and give me a hard time. Instead, he just smiled and said that it could have been a lot worse. “When I was in middle school, we were playing for the championship game.
With in a few more minutes Catholic Central made it 5-4 and we were now losing. With 2 minutes left in the game I was thinking we need a miracle to score again. Moments later the referee called a tripping penalty on Catholic Central and we went on the power play. With a five to four man advantage with less than two minutes left we worked the puck around in their zone passing back and forth until we had a clear shot. Then bam a one timer from the high slot and we tied the game with 30 seconds left 5-5 we were heading into
I lost everything in my house including my ticket to a basketball game. Lakers lost because I did not make it to the game to cheer them up as a big lakers fan due to loss ticket. Fans provide team with inspiration, confidence, courage and financial support. In conclusion NBA provides high powered entertainment and people around the world are extremely excited about NBA competition. Since basketball has attracted such a huge
Basketball Acquaints Me a Lot A basketball game is held in our medical school every three years which means every one of us has the only opportunity to be honored. The winning team is supposed to be awarded prizes, including money, cell phones and mp4 players. Accordingly, the faculty of the winner will also be rewarded a considerable sum of money which is used as budgets of scientific research and scholarship for independent innovation. The same situation where the seniors are dominant in the competition happened every time. Members of the defending champion always enjoyed it and took it for granted that they were unbeatable and absorbed in the past.
It was my brother and I against our Grandfather, this being because I was very small at the age of 7 and trying to shoot at a ten foot basketball hoop was pretty difficult. My brother passed the ball to me and shouted, “Shoot Allen! Shoot!” In a complete panic and excitement I quickly threw the ball as fast as I possibly could and ended up that I over shot. As the ball continued