i think i have the same plaque.. if there was only 10,000 of them made it if the same once i have and i also would like to know how to figure out the value of this item.
the cards look kind of cartoonish?!
I believe it's 21, but I'm not entirely sure.
The size of an NBA court is 94 feet long by 50 feet wide.
they can get 5 or six fouls before leaving the cort
middle school and high school are both 4 8 min quarters, college is 2 20 min half, and the NBA is 4 12 min quarters
The standard size of a basketball in the NBA is 9.5 to 9.85 inches (24.1 to 25.0 cm) in diameter. In the NCAA, the diameter of a basketball cannot be larger than 30 inches, and women's basketballs are no larger than 29 inches.
In 2012, there will be twelve teams for men's basketball in the olympics. There will be twelve women's teams in the 2012 olympics, all competing for the gold medal.
You need speed in basketball to make hard drives to pass up the defense. You also need "quickness", or quick reflexes. These will help you with steals and getting rebounds.
The Summer Olympics were in Moscow and the Winter Olympics were in Lake Placid.
Athletes don't get paid in the Olympics.
In most areas, yes, basketball is only a winter sport. Since many sports require the outdoors, not many others sports can be done during the winter. Basketball can be played in the warmth of a gym.
Here are two of the seven: Billy Thompson and Milt Wagner.
Jerry Lucas, Magic Johnson, & Quinn Buckner are 3 more.
Rodney McCray out of Mount Vernon, NY
Only 1 company had the licenses to make his Olympic card. It was made by the Star Company. The range anywhere from a few $100 to over thousand. Beware of fake ones with no trademarks on them. Or one that has Missing Link Production on the back. Those are counterfeit cards people try to sell on eBay from $5 to $150. And they are just junk cards.
Australia has won 3 medals (2 silver, 1 bronze) at the Summer Games in basketball. All medals have been won by the women's team who won silver in 2000 and 2004 and bronze in 1996.
Girls Basketball always use 28.5 Boys Basketball uses 28.5 up until 7th grade. In 7th grade through NBA ball a 30.1 is used.
There are two periods played in a whole game of college basketball. Both periods are 20 minutes long. But with timeouts and fouls called during the game, the game goes on longer.
there is one stripes on a basket ball there all together
Yes, the men's basketball team of Philippines has qualified for 7 Olympic Games:
1) 1936 - finished 5th
2) 1948 - finished 12th
3) 1952 - finished 9th
4) 1956 - finished 7th
5) 1960 - finished 11th
6) 1968 - finished 13th
7) 1972 - finished 13th
All basketball players in the NBA are over 6 feet tall. Many of them are closer to being over 6-1/2 feet tall.
In Berlin, since 1936, with demonstration events in 1904 and 1924.
I am pretty sure that there are only 3 African American men's Division 1 head basketball coaches who have won a Division 1 men's basketball championship: John Thompson, Jr.
Members of a team that compete in at least one of the heats, quarterfinals, semifinals, or finals receive a medal if their team finished the final competition in the top three. For example if a swimmer in the 4x100 freestyle relay competes in the semifinal race only, they will get a medal if their team finishes in the top three in the final race.
By most accounts, the first time basketball was officially played at the Olympics was in 1936 in Berlin, with only amateur players-- and at that time, this meant men only. In 1992, professionals were allowed to compete for the first time.
The rules for boxing are determined by the governing body. They set the standards for the ring as well as the other rules for activities.