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Dan Cross, Founder & CEO of Athlete Connections, Headed to Houston for NBA All-Star Weekend by 1888PressRelease Posted Fri 08 Feb 2013 7:04am (1888PressRelease) Dan Cross, Founder and CEO of Athlete Connections, heads to Houston for NBA All-Star Weekend to participate as a camp director for the "Kids Get Fit" Community Basketball Clinic. Orlando, FL - Dan Cross, Founder and CEO of Athlete Connections, will participate in NBA All-Star on February 15-16th in Houston, TX. Cross is ... Read on »
Sports Briefs by fatimacotton Posted Sat 24 Nov 2012 1:53am Skills and Drills Basketball Clinic Are all of you basketball players up for round two of the Basin Recreation Skills and Drills Clinic? Team Altitude will be back for three more sessions on Nov. 30, Dec. 7, and Dec.14 at Ecker Hill Middle School. Kids in 4th through 8th grades will develop skills at each session to increase overall knowledge ... Read on »
Now And Then With My Basketboys by pehpot Posted Sun 27 May 2012 12:01am It’s amazing how time flies so quickly. As I was browsing old photos from my file, I notices their photos from last year’s summer basketball clinic and I cannot help but compare it to their photos this year. I think they improved a lot in playing basketball. My first born can now throw and shoot the ball with a bigger distance. My sec ... Read on »
Like the Harlem Globetrotters?Have A Kid Who Enjoys Basketball?See Them Free-Click Here! by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 May 2012 12:47am Seeking a fun and exciting way to get your kids active this summer? Check this out!   For the first time, the Harlem Globetrotters are conducting summer skills clinics to bring boys and girls ages 6-14 behind the curtain to see the Globetrotters’ electrifying skills and tricks, while also having fun staying active ... Read on »
Mayo Clinic Preventing the Top Threats to Men’s and Women’s Health by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 Mar 2013 5:21pm Preventing the Top Threats to WOMEN’S Health http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/womens-health/WO00014 At first glance one might suspect that men and women are threatened by the same health problems; cancer, heart disease, stroke and many morel  And while there is some truth to that supposition there are also great differences.  The Mayo ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 10:54am Volume 10, Issue 21 April 23, 2010 Joan Costello, Editor By Jim Kerr. The call goes out over the overhead intercom: Rapid Response Team report to room 425. Respiratory therapists and nurses in the ICU glance at each other and quickly assess who is most free to respond. A similar scene plays out in the emergency depart ... Read on »
Pain| Basketball Injuries by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 03 Jul 2008 4:11pm Sunday, May 25, 2008 Retrospective review of medical records was done to examinebasketball-relatedinjuriesamong adults presenting to ambulatory settings in the United States.An annual average of 507,000 adults were treated in an ambulatory care setting forinjuriesrelated to playingbasketball. The majority of these patients sought t ... Read on »
Basketball legend Pat Summitt diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease by Carol Bradley Bursack Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 12:00am A combination of intelligence, drive, competitiveness and leadership, all in a homespun Southern voice that took women’s basketball (and women’s sports in general) from forgotten to the forefront. These words, written by Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports, beautifully describe Tennessee Lady Vols’ basketball coach, Pat Summ ... Read on »
Delvon Roe’s Retirement from Basketball by John Elder Posted Wed 26 Oct 2011 4:03pm It’s not every day that you hear of a college athlete “retiring” from his or her sport, but sadly that’s exactly what happened at the end of September. Michigan State power forward, Delvon Roe, at the young age of 21 (he’s 22 now) announced that he was retiring from basketball because of severe knee pain. Coming out of high school, Del ... Read on »
It's time for Basket Ball and more by Awilley Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 12:00am It was a pretty busy week for the Willey family. John had his first basket ball game last weekend in Murray during and ice storm. Just getting there and back was exciting. They won 46 to 4. I think they scored more points during that game than they did all last season. Noah saying, put me in Dad... I want to play! John inbounding t ... Read on »