What they do if you are short fast and can shoot pretty good and are trying to make the team as point guard but others are better you at point guard?
You may be cut and not allowed to play on the team.
Not always. Everything has its' strengths and weaknesses. For instance, to make a reference to the NBA, a bigger point guard is not always better. If you try to get a 6'10" point guard to guard a 6'0" point guard, odds are the little guy will run right past the larger point guard. Thus, bigger would not be better in that case.
You have to shoot the 5 guards so that none of the others sees it. As the lower guard walks right, wait for the guard on the balcony to enter, then exit and head back to the right. As he does, shoot the guard on his left, then him. When the lower guard turns back to the left, shoot him as he goes behind the wall from the last guard. Shoot the last guard.
Which military unit guard the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery and What is there historical signicance?
you can become a better point guard. By practice. practice practice practice. your left hand is key but so is your right. make them equal. Dont play scared either. its all a mental game. you can become a better point guard. By practice. practice practice practice. your left hand is key but so is your right. make them equal. Dont play scared either. its all a mental game. you can become a better point guard…
When a guard "pulls," it's a deliberate attempt to force his defensive counterpart to one side or the other, as opposed to blocking straight ahead. The intent is to open up a lane for the running back between either the guard and the center (to spring the runner straight up the middle), or between the guard and the offensive tackle. If the tackle pulls in the same direction as the guard, they're trying to open…