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1(game)baloncesto masculinebásquetbol masculine Latin Americabefore noun basketball player — baloncestista feminine
- Football was number one but he had also done athletics, basketball, volleyball and cricket.
- This is why, perhaps, football and basketball are the team sports with the widest global appeal.
- We can now use the facilities for sports like basketball and netball.
- The tactics and playing of the game are not unlike basketball or water polo.
- I was pretty much a lone wolf - even if I liked playing basketball, golf and tennis.
- The sport combines basketball and football, and is played with a volleyball in mixed sex teams of four.
- Whether it be volleyball, tennis, track or basketball, she is always up for a game.
- Well in cricket, unlike in baseball or basketball or football, you get fights on the field.
- I know how much they love basketball and love this team and want us to do well.
- Nobody else was around but a rowdy game of basketball was being played in the court beside the grassy area.
- It will mean we'll be able to extend our facilities for hockey, football, netball and basketball.
- Ask them and you'll find out most of them have a great love of the game of basketball.
- There were many other awards for sporting events such as basketball and football.
- He tried American football and basketball, but found he didn't like team games.
- New court markings will allow sporty students to play basketball, netball and football indoors.
- Apart from the football, the two most popular sports are basketball and weight-lifting.
- You'll be able to watch live premiership games, basketball, golf, cricket, and all sorts.
- So if you learn a simple tactic it can help with bigger games like netball and basketball and stuff.
- I get fed up with the number of points they score in basketball but I quite like a few goals in football.
- There is rough play, even dirty play, in football, basketball and soccer, but it is rare.
2(ball)pelota de básquetbol femininebalón de baloncesto masculine Spain
- They play with different-colored basketballs, different rules, and in different parts of North America.
- Return the basketballs to their storage area after game or practice
- Donations of sports equipment such as basketballs, footballs, and table tennis gear were also made to encourage the youth to play more sports for their physical health.
- Then he had them do the lay ups without the basketballs.
- After a few minutes, however, he was ready to work and even let a member of the audience cue him to dunk basketballs and bow.
- I can see what they are saying about some of the balls, as the kids bring in rugby balls and basketballs and it can possibly get a bit out of hand.
- They were all in their street clothes, so I'd figured they'd vacated the locker room with the intention of going home… until they'd noticed the basketballs.
- The yard is littered with basketballs, soccer balls, bikes, and, for trips on the nearby river, canoes.
- Children ran through the narrow dirt road with basketballs and jump ropes; fathers fired up their grills for a hamburger-and-hot dog dinner.
- If there are enough basketballs, pair the players so they can pass to each other.
- Do not bounce basketballs while awaiting your tun to play.
- ‘There is a basketball coach but no basketballs for the players to use - they have hardly anything,’ he said.
- Injury from elbows or unseen basketballs can be prevented.
- Note that players 3 and 7 have basketballs, too.
- The videos (as you can see for yourself above) show two groups of students weaving in and out while passing basketballs around.
- I can only say that I wish basketballs were smaller.
- Put the basketballs on the rack because you won't need them.
- For instance, if you're running the tried and true star drill, do it with 2 or even 3 basketballs at once.
- Wow you would never guess they have sweaty guys run around here all day fighting over basketballs.
- There were basketballs, soccer balls, volleyballs, etc.
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