13 points submitted 2 years agoI keep going, Let go back to the original video, skip to the 2:05 mark. Melo does his classic swipe at the ball defence he been doing his entire career. Lin picks up his dribble and takes two steps to get ready to go for a layup, Melo begins his swipe knowing lin has picked up his dribble and has to elevate.
A Level Playing FieldOne of the major attributes that makes Men’s Division I college basketball so compelling is the idea that on any given night (or season), a smaller school with little or no tradition of big time college basketball success can knock off a traditional powerhouse, or rise to prominence at the highest level. Smaller schools like Butler University, with a men’s college basketball budget of $2.3 million, can make it to the NCAA Division I college basketball championship game two years in a row; Gonzaga can rise out of obscurity in a smaller conference to reach the Elite Eight and perform on par with any of the major programs in the nation; Butler, VCU, George Mason, Indiana State, Utah, and UNLV can make it to the Final Four over larger and more traditionally successful schools from more esteemed conferences ; 15 seeds like Hampton University, Valparaiso, Norfolk State, and the University of Richmond can (and have) pulled a David vs. Goliath act in the NCAA Tournament and sent the top seeds and most venerable programs in college basketball home for the summer; and Larry Bird or Gordon Hayworth can take Indiana State or Butler on his back to the National Championship game..
“I wasn’t going to miss that game. I was texting Kush as soon as I landed, like, ‘okay, I’m going to make it,” Skarupa said. “I go to it every single year. In the months leading up to the Olympics, athletes are defined by their preparation and sacrifice. Katie Ledecky put off college for a year and swam 70,000 yards each week. Jordan Burroughs began days with pre dawn runs and seemingly infinite sets of pull ups and push ups before even taking to the wrestling mat for practice sessions, eschewing time with his toddler son and infant daughter.
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