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Even when Im old and grey I wont be able to play it but Ill still love the game This is what my role model Michael Jordan said during his last year with the Washington Wizards Michael Jordan is a basketball icon for many learning basketball players and takes a great amount of time from his busy schedule to teach kids how setting goals and making the right moves will be beneficial for you and your future Basketball isnt an ordinary game but its more than a game which can teach you many lessons in your life You learn from each game you play and basketball never stops you from increasing your knowledge and you must keep an open mind in order for growth Firstly basketball is like the human body because it needs all the parts to function well and also contribute in order to be complete You need to be a good overall player in order to dominate and understand basketball You become a good overall player by watching and practicing In order to dominate the game you need to be physically and mentally smart You have to keep an open mind to learn more about the game and you must also be willing to take criticism to your advantage Many of the games greatest players like Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson never stopped going to the gym even when injured and fatigued Basketball requires a lot of conditioning and patience in order to prepare you for basketball games One needs to be keen and eager if they want to improve their game There are many skills which are needed to become a good basketball player but one of the main skills is your shooting forms In basketball there is an art for shooting the basketball you need the proper stance the way you hold the ball and even the release Shot form is really complicated and requires a lot of
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