What are some professional areas related to basketball?
Some professions that involve basketball are.. You could become a professional player(that is very very hard to do) you could become a coach for a team, of you could become a basketball trainer. There are also many other professions in basketball you could have.
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The first professional basketball game . The first professional basketball game ever played was in 1896, in Trenton, New Jersey.
Someone becomes a professional basketball player when they are drafted into the NBA from either High School(rare) or College(common).. u enter the nba draft
Yes you will need to because you don't want to have to handle all of these offers.
The Spain is a well-known country in sports such as football,soccer and basketball that every player received a higher salary.In the professional basketball of Spain a regular player paid asmuch as $100,000 and a popular player received over a milliondollar.
At 5 foot 3 inches tall, Tyrone (Muggsy) Bogues was the shortest player ever to play in the NBA.
Answer . 1. Dave DeBusschere, HOF basketball player for the Knicks and marginal RHP for the Chicago White Sox. Check the link below.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_DeBusschere. 2. Danny Ainge played parts of 3 seasons from 1979 - 1981 with the Toronto Blue Jays, batting no better than .243 …in a season. He then went on to star with the Boston Celtics (1981-1989), Sacramento Kings (1989-1990), Portland Trail Blazer (1990-1992) and Phoenix Sun (1992-1995). 3. Michael Jordan played for the minor league Birmingham Barons from 1994-1995 in addition to the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards in the NBA.. The above answer is incomplete. 12-athletes have played in both the NBA and Major League Baseball. Michael Jordon is not one of them. The ones I do know are Gene Conley, Bill Sharman, Dick Groat, Chuck Conners (Yes, that Chuck Conners), Dave DeBusschere, Ron Reed, Danny Ainge, and most recently, Mark Hendrickson. I am trying to find the other four. I am sure they played in the early NBA as Mark Hendrickson was the first to do it in twenty years since Danny Ainge. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nThere is no starting salery for a pro basketball player. They get more money of their skills. LeBron James made about 20 million as a rookie and other rookies make about 1 million
How do you you get to be a professional Basketball player do you have to go to college for to become a professional Basketball player?
Well up until a few years ago you didn't have to go to college to get drafted but for multiple reasons now you do. the NBA and many scouts encourages young up and comer athletes to go to college and get colelge experience before playing in the NBA. So the Answer is yes, you do have to go to college …and depending on how old you are you may only have to go for one year. Also to even become a pro ball player you must work hard and hone your skills on a daily basis, pray a lot, and hit the weights. ( Full Answer )
It went professional in 1896 in Trenton, New Jersey. The first professional league was formed in 1898. Before World War I, the Amateur Athletic Union and the Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States (forerunner of the National Collegiate Athletic Association) vied for control ove…r the rules for the game. The first professional league, the National Basketball League, was formed in 1898 to protect players from exploitation and to promote a less rough game. This league only lasted five years. ( Full Answer )
NBA basketball players simply need to give maximum effort in practice and games and perform well. That is what they are paid to do.
well i belive that a basket ball players annual earnings is about 15-20 million dollars a year. i have not done any reserach but me as a basketball should know. well i belive that a basket ball players annual earnings is about 15-20 million dollars a year. i have not done any reserach but me as a b…asketball should know ( Full Answer )
It depends on what part of the season you are talking about_pre-season, regular season, or playoffs. It also depends on how far you go in the playoffs.
Robert Jaworski. A Filipino basketball player for the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) the professional league of the Philippines. Jaworski played for the Ginebra San Miguel Team until he was 55 years old. He only retired when he was elected as a senator of the republic of the Philippines.
The professional basketball coaches make an average of $3.4 millionper year. There are professional coaches in the USA who earn morethan this.
Yes, you only need one year of college to be a basketball player. You have to play college basketball before, playing professionally. :)
Typically, in leagues such as the NBA, a basketball game is dividedinto quarters, with an extended break at half time. So there arefour periods.
The Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association have aleprechaun for a logo. The original logo was created by ZangAuerbach.
you got to practice, practice and practice and when you think you're good enough you go to a famous basketball game and try and meet one of the players and show them what you got.
In his most recent stint with the Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jacksoncollected around 12 million dollars per year. This comes as nosurprise, as he won 11 NBA Championships, including two during saidcontract.
Rules vary from country to country, but in the United States an NBA game is divided into four 12-minute periods. This does not account for time-outs, half-time, and other factors that might delay the game.
Competitive Sports Athlete is in the Recreations, Amusements, and Attractions group within the Hospitality and Tourism cluster. I know, I didn't believe it either.
foul shot = 1 point. any shot within or on the 3 point line = 2 points. any shot beyond the 3 point line = 3 points
in a regulation NBA basketball game there is 48 minutes. Four, 12 minute quarters. overtime quarters are 5 minutes each. but overtime is not limited to 4 quarters. the overtime can keep going until one team outscores the other.
Really no one knows the answer to this question i perhaps could advise a higher advanced search engine....
THEIR JUST LIKE ANY OTHER HUMAN. MOST OF THEM ARE FINE AS HELL AND MAKE REALLY GOOD HUBBYS :) HAHA
Spud Webb 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) was te smallest (and to even win the NBA slam dunk contest in 1986)... . Nate Robinson is a bit taller (5 ft 9 in (1.75 m))
Well, you become famous and you get paid a lot of money. Those are the main perks.
According to the UVA Men's Basketball Media Guide, Cory Alexander,Elton Brown, Junior Burrough, Herb Busch, Rick Carlisle, Steve Castellan, John Crotty, Frank DeWitt, Kenton Edelin, Gus Gerard, Marc Iavaroni, Jeff Jones, Andrew Kennedy, Jeff Lamp, Bill Langloh, Lewis Lattimore, Roger Mason Jr., Scot…t McCandlish, Jim Miller, Cornel Parker, Barry Parkhill, Olden Polynice, Lee Raker, Craig Robinson, Jamal Robinson, Ralph Sampson, Tom Sheehey, Sean Singletary, Bryant Stith, Wally Walker, Buzzy Wilkinson, and Othell Wilson all played in the NBA or the old ABA. ( Full Answer )
really all it is is practice. i mean you gotta practice in order to be the best and you are going to have to parctice to become a professional basketball player
There are many, many steps. First, you have to be at least 19 years old or have played one year in college- that is the NBA rule. Second, you have to have talent that is recognized by NBA scouts or someone that works for the NBA. The best way is to have played on a high school team and dominated.… You will get local scholarships from local colleges (or great basketball colleges if you are that good) and will need to be in a Division I college (most that offer scholarships are). You will then need to dominate or do very well in college in order to enter the NBA draft and be drafted in one of the 60 spots. Then, only the, you can play in the NBA. ( Full Answer )
Western Conference - LA Lakers & Clippers, Sacromento Kings, Dallas Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs, Houston Rockets, Utah Jazz, Portland Trailblazers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Phoenix Suns, Denver Nuggets, New Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves, and the Memphis Grizzles Eas…tern Conference - Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards, Orlando Magic, Atlanta Hawks, Miami Heat, Charlotte Bobcats, Milwaukee Bucks, Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons, Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors, Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks, and the New Jersey Nets. ( Full Answer )
A career could be professional coach for a specific event. Another could be an official. You could also make a living by being a runner. There is also the option of being a physician.
Professional basketball players "work" in there training camps. Which are located separately from the location of the arena they play basketball in.
People are saying about 1.7 or 2 meters tall I need the answer for my math lesson =) I am in 4th grade by the way!!! GO FOURTH GRADE!!!
There is no college education needed to be a professional basketball player. Although most players complete high school and enroll in college for a short time before jumping to the NBA. Overseas players must qualify for their team with whatever education requirements it has.
top of the line gear, and $150 shoes basically a step up than what everybody else wears.
The odds are very slim. If you are dominant on your high school team, you may receive a scholarship. However, you may not be dominant in college, and you may not get drafted. Only 60 players get drafted, which is the equivalent to 4 high school/college teams. There are hundreds and hundreds of high …schools and over 200 Division I colleges. ( Full Answer )
pretty much all of them, but they vary greatly in terms of level of competition and money
Basketball is played in most countries professionally. The United States, most of Europe, China, Japan, and most other countries have professional basketball teams.
Anyone who plays in the NBA, WNBA, or any other professional league across the world (Europe, Asia, etc.) is a professional. That adds up to far over 1000 people.
There are 28 American States that do not have an NBA team. Those states are: . Alabama . Alaska . Arkansas . Connecticut . Delaware . Hawaii . Idaho . Iowa . Kansas . Kentucky . Maine . Maryland . Mississippi . Missouri . Montana . Nebraska . Nevada . New Hampshire . New Mexico… . North Dakota . Rhode Island . South Carolina . South Dakota . Vermont . Virginia . Washington . West Virginia . Wyoming P.S. The Washington Wizards play in Washington D.C. and not in the state of Washington. While the Toronto Raptors play in Ontario, Canada. http://wiki.answers.com/How_many_states_do_not_have_any_NBA_teams&action=edit ( Full Answer )
The same reason why any other sport became a professional sport: because people became very talented at it.
Many things are required of an NBA basketball player Agility and Speed are vital, but an NBA basketball player is not what one would imagine, one does not have to be tall to be a basketball player, just look at Spudd Webb and Nate Robinson ranging from 5'5 to 5'9 one must be durable and consis…tent, to be an NBA player you must be consistent with shots you don't have to make all of them but anything above 60% would be better another thing that is important is to never give up and to keep your head up, even when your down 24 to 0 the last thing that is required is to have heart an NBA player has to love his coaches and his teammates otherwise you will never win a game! ( Full Answer )
probably not. Cause your under contract an the team wouldn't want you to get injured.
You get picked in an NBA draft. I don't know how the draft takes place, but, I know it's by draft.
Such odds are impossible to calculate. There are to many variables and unknowns. In any case the odds are against you. In many cases probabilities can be calculated when enough information is available. In such cases they are not. Some things to consider are; How good are you? Are you goi…ng to be seen by a scout when playing well? Are you consistent? Some players are very good but have not had that stroke of luck we all need to achieve professional status. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ While we cannot calculate what it takes for a specific player to make it to the NBA, we can calculate the probability of someone becoming a NBA player. The probability is calculated by the number of specified players in the NBA (30 teams X 12 man roster = 360 available positions- of which some 35% (126)are non replaceable in any season- divide the number who may be replaced (234) by the number of players qualified candidates being considered. If we identify the richest pool of qualified players i.e. from the 300 NCAA Division I Schools, a few from Division II and III, European players in the FIBA league, and US based High School Players in waiting. We'll have a probability of someone making it to the NBA. I calculate this number at around 234/1882=1.2% probability of someone making it to the NBA when chosen from the reference pool. ( Full Answer )
basketball is the best sport made in the whole wide world that i would die without. =D
No, they have no blacks, therefore a professional African handball team would be a waste of everybody's time.
Its not about good or not . Its about how well you train . They knew that there would be a league , so they worked hard and believe in themselves :)
The best place to look for professional negligence solicitors in New York would be online or in the phone book. The best way to know if this person can relate to one, would be through word of mouth from family and friends.