Click on the 'NBA' link on this page to learn about the history of the NBA and on the 'History of Basketball' to learn about the history of the game and how a basketball is manufactured.
Joanne Lannin has written: 'A history of basketball for girls and women' -- subject(s): Basketball for girls, Basketball for women, Juvenile literature, History 'A History of Basketball for Girls and Women'
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what year was the first basketball goal built
what are the 5 best players that played in basketball history?
The most famous basketball player in the history of the game is undoubtedly Michael Jordan.
the University of Kentucky has the NCAA record for most wins in college basketball history
Allen Iverson has the most Ankle-Breakers in the NBA in basketball history.
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the longest basketball game in history was played by duke and north carolina-chapel hill it was played for 58 hours
the shortest person to play basketball in the Olympic games was Tynua Samonmah from Japan
The Kentucky Wildcats are the winningest team in NCAA Basketball history.
Girl's Basketball was being played in High schools as early as 1909.
Who is the all star leading scorer at chaparral high school basketball history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basketball basketball was invented by lincoln williams in spring gardens jamaica in 1893
Tom Hager has written: 'The ultimate book of March madness' -- subject(s): SPORTS & RECREATION / History, Tournaments, SPORTS & RECREATION / Basketball, Basketball, NCAA Basketball Tournament, History
James Naismith was the Canadian physical education who invented basketball in 1891
Michael Jordan Was The Best To Ever Play The Game Of Basketball.
kentucky is the best basketball team of all time
Kareem Jabbar is argulaby the best basketball player In history
"Everything" is an awful lot. A good start would be to enter "basketball history" in the Google search box on the right side of this page.
There is a book called 'Basketball for Dummies' that will have all the answers to your questions.
10/28/10 there is exactly 1023457 injuries in woman basketball history