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History of Basketball

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John Vincent Gagui

on 29 January 2013

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By: J.V.Gags History of Basketball A little bit about him.. When was the first official
Basketball game? Kansas Jayhawks were the very first team which
is coached by the owner of basketball
James Naismith. James Naismith's sketch to make a basketball Thanks for listenig to my presentation! James Naismith was born in 1861, but sadly died at November 19, 1939 at the age of 78 caused by a major brain hemorrhage.=( 1. The ball may be thrown in any direction with one
or both hands. What was the very first team? On January 20, 1982, The first official
Basketball game was played by students
at The Springfield, MA YMCA Training School. When was it invented? Basketball was invented in 1891 by a Canadian physical educator named James Naismith. One of his basketball rules were: 2. 3. A player cannot run with the ball. The player must
throw it on the spot which he catches it. 4. No pushing, striking, or tripping on anyway
of an opponent. If someone did one of these
actions, it will be considered a foul. And more... In December 1891 a Canadian Physical Educator named James Naismith thought about inventing basketball. The ball must be held by the hands. James Naismith was a Canadian farm boy from Almonte, Ontario. He was born on November 6, 1861. His father and mother died when he was eight. So he had no choice but to live with his uncle.
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