professional basketball


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Noun1.professional basketball - playing basketball for moneyprofessional basketball - playing basketball for money  
sport - the occupation of athletes who compete for pay
basketball, basketball game, hoops - a game played on a court by two opposing teams of 5 players; points are scored by throwing the ball through an elevated horizontal hoop
quarter - (football, professional basketball) one of four divisions into which some games are divided; "both teams scored in the first quarter"
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USA], Sep 05 (ANI): Looks like Kendall Jenner and American professional basketball player Blake Griffin like each other's company.
com)-- Advantage Link Sports Management is pleased to announce that it will be holding a professional basketball tryout camp in San Francisco for its upcoming China Tour.
Professional Basketball Training & Scouting Company that provides basketball training, professional basketball combines, player placement, evaluating, scouting, and assistance to players looking to play basketball professionally.
instrumental and expressive traits) and gender-role attitudes influence spectators' attitudes toward college team sports as well as women's professional basketball (e.
A coach from the Newcastle Eagles basketball team has been working in school to inspire the Year 6 children to follow their dreams of becoming professional basketball players.
The primary objective for this research was to apply the concepts of multifactorial gender identity theory and test the effects of gender on spectators' attitudes towards women's professional basketball.
The headline entertainment will wrap up with a performance by Wayman Tisdale, who went from slams to jams, leaving a 12-year professional basketball career in the late 1990s to focus on music.
A dispute in professional basketball about a new ball has bounced its way into a physics lab.
As she comes out in this issue of The Advocate, WNBA star Sheryl Swoopes is breaking down the very barricades the magazine reported on seven years age when it examined the high price of homophobia in college and professional basketball.
Skateboarding isn't exactly pop music or professional basketball, but it's getting bigger everyday and we're bound to produce stars much like a Jennifer Lopez or Michael Jordan.
Because let's face it: the opportunity and the ability to play professional basketball anywhere in the world is now available to all of our kids.
He writes about racism, prejudice, equal opportunity, white supremacy in the New South, and his view of "keeping it real" as a wealthy, successful professional basketball legend.

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