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The mere mention of the name conjures up visions of basketball played at its absolute best. But as a child, Michael almost gave up on his hoop dreams, all because he feared he'd never grow tall enough to play the game that would one day make him famous. That's when his mother and father stepped in and shared the invaluable lesson of what really goes into the making of a champion -- patience, determination, and hard work.
Deloris Jordan, mother of the basketball phenomenon, teams up with his sister Roslyn to tell this heartwarming and inspirational story that only the members of the Jordan family could tell. It's a tale about faith and hope and how any family working together can help a child make his or her dreams come true.
Whether you are a new basketball coach or a seasoned veteran in the coaching ranks, Building a Better Basketball Program will help organize your thoughts, goals, and plans for each basketball season. From developing or tweaking your coaching philosophy to planning and scouting opponents, this book details a step by step plan that will enhance your total basketball program. In Building a Better Basketball Program, Coach Biddison takes you through each stage of basketball season that includes ideas for pre-season and off-season work, including key points concerning strength and conditioning. His belief that planning and execution is the backbone behind turning a weak program into a good program and a mediocre program into a great program is evident throughout the book. In Building a Better Basketball Program, you will see not only how to plan your season, but you will learn 20 key qualities of a leader that cannot help but make you a better coach. Table of Contents Why Do We Coach Developing Your Coaching Philosophy The 20 Most Important Qualities a Coach Can Have Building Confidence Into Your Players Strength and Conditioning Using Your Assistant Coaches A Plan for the Total Basketball Program Choosing Your Roster Practice Planning: Fundamentals are for Champions Scheduling Meet the Parents Scouting The Basketball Calendar
Gus and Ted climbed up to their trapeze . . . Santa saw very little, for she was so afraid Gus would fall . . . Peter and Santa live a rather dull existence with their Aunt Rebecca, but when she dies they face the awful prospect of life in separate orphanages. In desperation they run away to find their only living relative, Uncle Gus, who works in a circus as a clown. Gus will only let them stay if they promise to work hard, and so the children plunge headlong into the circus world where they soon discover skills they never knew they had! But life is so different - will they ever truly belong?
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