A basketball player for the University of Wisconsin named Nigel Hayes was part of a team press conference on Wednesday, and whispered to one of his teammates about how BEAUTIFUL one of the stenographers was
There are just so many wonderful lessons to learn from this inspiring moment. Last Friday night during halftime of the ACC Semi final game, 56 year old Scott Park had a chance at winning a million dollars with a shot form half court. Scott was just so happy to be at the tournament because he LOVES college hoops and loves the ACC, he did something most of us would never have done, he took the shot in front of the world knowing that he didn't have a prayer of it going in. He missed. He missed badly, in fact the ball which he seemed to heave with all his might didn't even get halfway. Scott Park heard the boos and he didn't mind at all.
If you have never seen this video before , prepare to be very amused! if you have seen it, watch it again! I saw this on a friend's Facebook wall today and while I don't always watch the videos people share for some reason this morning I chose to hit play on this one, I'm glad I did.
if you scour the "YouTube" it isn't hard to find some young basketball player being touted as the next Jordan or the Next Lebron, this kid however may indeed be the real deal. In 6th grade Shamar Morrow, known as "Baby Lebron" already stands at 6'2" and can dunk!
18 year old, Kevin Grow is a high school senior in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. He has down syndrome and that has never stopped his desire to participate in his favorite high school activities, in fact for the last 4 years Kevin has been the Manager of his high school's basketball team.
This story is repulsive on so many levels. It's OK for a coach to be passionate about his team and to try to motivate his players. That's understandable. Sometimes you have to be tough and" lay the cards on the table" with them - but Mike- this behavior is absurd!
The games have begun and the heat is on. Follow your Million Dollar NCAA Bracket Challenge bracket - and the brackets of your favorite DJs - below, as the games continue toward the fiery Final Four finale, and the NCAA championship game on April 8
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