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This Lifetime portable basketball system features a 44" Shatter-Proof Fusion® backboard with a Quick Adjust® II height adjustment mechanism that adjusts from 8 to 10 feet high in 6-inch increments. It also includes a classic rim with an all-weather nylon net and a 3" diameter round steel pole....
Cheer on twelve top basketball pros with a dynamic collection of verse by Charles R. Smith Jr., set against vibrant photos of the players in action.Tim Duncan cashes in double-digit points by banking it off the backboard. Kevin Garnett makes his new-and-improved moves in 3-D. As for the "Super...
Kylie Jean is usually good at everything she tries. So how come learning to play basketball is so hard?
A collection of twelve poems that celebrate contemporary basketball stars, including Shaquille O'Neal, Allen Iverson, and Kobe Bryant.
While trying to prove that he is good enough to be on his high school's varsity basketball team, Nick must also deal with his parents' divorce and the erratic behavior of a troubled classmate who lives across the street.
All eyes are on seventeen-year-old Lonnie Jackson while he practices with his team for a city-wide basketball Tournament of Champions. His coach, Cal, knows Lonnie has what it takes to be a pro-basketball player, but warns him about giving in to the pressure. Cal knows because he, too, once had ...
Poetry comes alive on the basketball court. Feel the rough roundness of the ball. Celebrate the soaring freedom of the dunk. Savor the moment when all eyes focus on the long three-pointer. In dynamic words and pictures, award-winning author Robert Burleigh and Caldecott Honor-artist Stephen T....
When her father signs her up for the school basketball team, Kylie Jean decides she wants to be the next Little Dribbler Queen.
Joe, thinking of himself as a hotshot basketball player, focuses mainly on trying to wow the crowd, but at tryouts for the freshman team, Joe is quickly cut, and it is up to him to prove he has what it takes to stay in the game.
Reveals how James Naismith came to invent basketball at a Springfield, Massachusetts, high school in 1891 while teaching a rowdy gym class.
"Trey, the Spartans' team captain, becomes fast friends with Griffin, the newest member of their squad. The problem is, Griff used to play for the Spartans' biggest rivals, the Goliaths, and the rest of the Spartans think he's a rat. Trey doesn't know what to do. His teammates want him to betray...
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Rusty Young wants to play basketball in the summer league, but his parents object because Rusty has been diagnosed with diabetes.
Misadventures abound when the Ricko Slicko Advertising Agency arranges popularity and fame for clumsy Wally McDoogle, young writer of superhero stories.
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