What I am about to tell you will help you get your name out there almost cost free.
How often do you come across people quickly but don’t have enough time to network in the world of basketball?I’m sure quite a lot. I have thought of a way you can benefit from the short small talk and the person will still remember you.
Well, you can get a business card as a short profile card. Its pretty simple to and very cost free. All you would need is some creativity and use your space on the small business card wisely. Here is a list of the most important things to place on the card. You are allotted 11 lines on each business card
2. Email Address
3. Phone Number (cell & home)
4. Fax Number
5. Last place played: University, Professional Experience, Leagues
6. Short line of statistics: PTS, REBOUNDS, FT%, FG%, ASSIST
7. Mention if you have a video available: “Video Available”
8. Any important awards: Only the best!!
There are 30 designs to choose from and the best part is you get 250 business cards free!! All you do is pay for the shipping and handling, which is around $5.95. Its a no brainer deal.
Remember to give them out as often as possible. Whoever you give them out to, they will remember and can pass your information along easily!!
To get the free business cards view this link: https://www.basketball-overseas.com/bizcards.html
Don’t waste time on this great opportunity and these business cards are available worldwide!
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Tommie Adams Jr.
Strengths: A breath taking athlete with terrific size for the point guard position at 6-6 … His upside is truly special … An absolutely dazzling dunker with blinding speed … Likely to be the most athletic PG in the league for years to come … A point guard in the truest sense of the word. His development in this area has been phenomenal in the past 2 years (which is apparent when you read his profile from a year and a half ago) … Knows how to run a team, and raises the level of play of his teammates … A pass-first point guard with excellent court vision … Has a rare ability to create passing lanes — finding and creating shots for teammates who do not appear to be open … A relentless defender with quick hands and length. Gets low and will lock his man down on defense and should only improve. Gives the same intensity and effort on both ends of the floor … Excellent handle on the ball, with a deadly crossover, very tough to contain one on one … A constant threat to blow by his man off the dribble … Rarely shows much emotion, very calm on and off-court demeanor, does not get rattled easily … Plays with a high level of intensity remaining level-headed … Deadly on the fast break with his passing ability and athleticism … Powerful leaper. Can get his head at rim level and has the strength to go into traffic and dunk on people … Catlike quickness and body control … Excellent finisher around the basket even after contact … Clutch player who raises his level of play against good competition and wants the ball in crunch time … Hits his foul shots at a good rate … Very team-oriented with a great attitude. Willing to learn, very coachable and still improving … Accustomed to the ‘family feeling’ with his teams (he is very close with his high school teammates, and his AAU team, coached by his brother, consisting mostly of his high school teammates). Has a close knit group surrounding him and protecting his future … Tough as nails competitor. A warrior who leaves it out on the floor every time out … A true floor general who shows a solid understanding of the game. Good decision maker. … Has very long arms and strong hands … Loves to drive and hang in the air and shoot when he’s cleared the defense … Very crafty at making shots around the basket, especially fadeways getting great height on his jumpers … Excellent rebounder due to his size, strength and tenacity …
• Physically overwhelms opponents
• Freakish athleticism
• Ball-handling skills w/either hand
• Body control
• Hesitation moves
• Aggressive slashing mentality
• Transition play
• Finishing ability
• Proven at highest level of college basketball
• Defensive potential
• Versatility to guard multiple positions
• Out of control drives
• Decision making in half-court
• Still a work in progress
Im 6-3 173 lbs in the 10 grade can dunk like lebron james i live in monroe NC and need help to find out how to play ball overseas
I’m 6 ft 188lbs and going into my senior year next year, i just want to know how to take my game to that next level, although i am white it is not holding me back. i have a great work ethic and am always at the court working on my craft i just love the game. i’m just a young kid from Agawam Massachusetts trying to do something with my life