8 Reasons why people love to play Basketball | Layups.com

Basketball is so popular that almost every country in Asia, Europe and the USA play the sport. Almost every individual knows how to play the sport. I have seen people playing indoors and outdoors so many times, but it is mostly played outdoors along the streets. Special sports gear, except for the ball and basket, is not even a requirement for a person to play the game.

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YIBA: The Young Indigenous Community for the Basketball Elite | Maddie Allen

With the Indigenous population in South East Queensland soon to be the largest urban Indigenous population, there is a growing need for support for young Indigenous people. While many elite sporting programs scout Indigenous youth, the common model is...

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Junior Basketball | Want to keep kids in sport? Then make it fun - ABC News

Junior basketball.  What's important and who is it for?  The kids or the parents?  Everyone knows the answer, not all actions reflect what is right.  Basketball training, camps and clinics and junior club basketball is for the kids, not the parents and it needs to be fun.

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CoachUp Nation | The Importance of Basketball for Children | Brisbane Basketball Training

The importance of basketball training programs at a community level can impact the lives of our youth on a much larger scale than just skill progression in a sport. It can make a huge difference in the path that the child takes in life, and an even larger role in the development of that child’s confidence and mindset in everyday situations.

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Walking in their shoes - Pine Rivers Press

INDIGENOUS children from the Brian Kerle Basketball Academy will be playing in sports shoes donated by pupils from Bray Park’s Holy Spirit School. Bray Park mum Amy Lockwood runs Take The Lead Pet Care & Dog Walking Services, and got to thinking about walking and the international charity Shoes for Planet Earth.

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Too Many Kids Leave Sports Because Of The Car Ride Home - PCA

Frost believes it is in the best interest of youth athletes if their parents support their athletic experiences no matter the level of competition they play in. If a youth athlete is not playing for a top-tier team, that is not a good reason to be less supportive because the ultimate goal should be for a kid to have fun in any youth sports league.

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Rio Olympics: Brian Kerle give US Dream Team a serve | The Courier-Mail

Kerle, who represented Australia at the 1972 Munich Olympics, made the call after Dream Team superstar Paul George labelled the Boomers “dirty” after their clash in Rio this morning.

Australia were at their physical best and pushed the star-studded U.S. all the way before falling 98-88 in their first loss of the Rio Olympics.

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Brian Kerle - Brisbane Bullets - National Basketball League

He went by the nickname ‘Prince Pineapple’, had a liking for loud ties and occasional crazy hairstyles, and carried a program rolled up like a security blanket, but really Brian Kerle was more than that. He was ‘Mr Basketball’.

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