Some blind people are amazing pianists, some are mathematicians, others can see the future. Chris memorized all the unique sounds each card makes and plays @playhearthstone online. It is a complete waste of time and probably took a lot of time but it’s kinda cool to watch lol
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Today, let’s take a look at the All-Time Charlotte Hornets squad!
PG- Kemba Walker: Kemba is the greatest Hornet ever. The leading scorer in franchise history, Kemba has made 2 All-Star teams while playing for Charlotte, and put up stats of 19.4 PPG, 3.8 RPG, and 5.4 APG (and that scoring average is well over 20 in the past 4 seasons.
SG- Dell Curry: Although he wasn’t the player his son is, Dell was a great player in his own right. He won the 1994 6MOTY award with Charlotte, and put up stats of 14 PPG on 40.2 3PT%. SF- Glen Rice: Rice played with Charlotte for just 3 seasons, but he made the most of those years. He averaged 23.5 PPG and 4.4 RPG on a 52.9 eFG%, including a 44.5 3PT%. He also made 3 All-Star teams with the Hornets.
PF- Larry Johnson: An extremely underrated player for his whole career, Johnson was a solid player for Charlotte for many years. The 1992 ROY, Johnson made 2 All-Star teams and an All-NBA Second Team with the Hornets, and put up averages of 19.6 PPG, 9.2 RPG, 4.1 APG, and a 51.2 eFG%. C- Alonzo Mourning: Although he is more known for his time on the Heat, Zo Mourning was a great player for Charlotte as well. He made 2 All-Star teams in his 4 seasons with the Hornets, and he put up averages of 21.3 PPG, 10.1 RPG, 3.2 BPG, and 51.4 eFG%.
Thoughts? Do you agree with these picks? Did I forget anyone? Stay tuned for the Wizards tomorrow!
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Going through all the video on my hard drive today and found these clips of me working with a player at a Hoop Mountain Camp (@hoopmountainmidwest ) over a year ago. •
This kid was a senior in high school and no one had ever helped him with his shot. The last clip shows him shooting his first shot with the couple corrections we made. Even though it wasn’t perfect, it was a step in the right direction. •
I’ll never forget him turning to me and saying, “I feel like I’ve never shot a basketball before.” I responded with, “Because you’ve been doing it wrong your entire life.” •
Change doesn’t happen over night. You must have consistency and work to change for the better in a purposeful manner #consistency#shotdoctor#shotsurgery#hoop
Let's get back to the basics 🏀 These drills are great for players looking to develope their hand eye coordination, off hand, ball awareness, ball control, as well as finger and hand strength. Now a days, no matter which position you play, you must be a good ball handler. If you haven't done many dribbling drills then start with these 👍
Joel with the monster revenge block on Harden 👀🔥Will he take the MVP Title this year? Or will Harden have a back-to-back MVP season 🤔 ❗️TAG @joelembiid 3x FOR A SHOUTOUT❗️
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I never knew @flanigansfl gave you free chicken wings if you order a pitcher of beer. This is a picture of me realizing that.
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This past January 7th was my two years hooping. It being my hoopaversary and also only a few days into 2019 it really made me reflect on my past year.
January 23rd 2018 I was laid off from my previous job as they lost a million dollar client and couldn’t keep everyone. I was upset at first, but after some reflection decided I would use my time to better myself and grow.
Shortly after I started my hoop business teaching classes, I took all of my personal training and group fitness courses, and I tried new flow props and worked on my own hoop skills.
By the end of the summer I was starting to feel lost and wasn’t sure what to do. I got hired at Bold Commerce and am extremely thankful to work for such a good company. I have learnt so much and gained more experience than I could have asked for.
Around the same time I decided to open up my sewing business (photoshoot is this Saturday!) and have been working at it in any spare time I have. I also started a flow drop in so flow artists in Winnipeg would have a space to practice during the cold winter.
I look back at 2018 and am extremely proud of what I have accomplished. I do get sad that I don’t have much flow time anymore, but I have to remind myself that’s because I’m working on other things that are just as important. I can’t wait to see what 2019 brings me!
I’m beyond amazed and happy on what’s to come with my family!!! @banjiraya just taking over the game , and me just taking huge steps forward towards my hoopin dreams! love you cuz, hope you had an amazing birthday!
Hi my dear students! I hope you train while I'm on my vacation, because we will start preparing for the student showcase as soon as I get back! 💪🏼
You still have time to decide to challenge yourself on our small but starry stage 💫