he didnt go to college. he didnt even graduate high school.
i dont know but i know that he didnt go to college before he even play basketball.
Elementary basketball is the same as high school college and even the NBA, it 10 feet from the floor.
The answer to this question is 1 year of college even though you can come straight out of high school to the NBA you still have to do a year of college
not much. they usually only miss shool if they have practices or a game, but even then that usually happens in the evening
Nope he didnt even finish school he spent his high school years hustling on the streets as ive seen he is actually good at algebra and other maths so i think he could get into college despite all of his missed school good job he became a rapper hmm
Kentucky has the most wins in college basketball. because last year Kentucky was the first team to wins over 2000 basketball games in college basketball and are still adding on more wins as the years go on. not Louisville, not UNC, not even Duke.
Based on the level of play, courts are different sizes. College courts are bigger than high school and NBA courts are even bigger.
UCLA Men's basketball Not even close. UCLA men's basketball has 11 titles. Oklahama State Wrestling has 34 - most of any college in any single sport.
no he got past gr.8 but failed gr.9 3 times so he didnt even get past high school! but he still is the best rapper ever so who cares.
LeBron James is a professional basketball player. He never played college football, nor did he even attend college.
No. Johnson did not go to college or high school or even to a real grade school.
According to the NCAA here are the stats:Men's BasketballLess than one in 35, or approximately 3.1 percent of high school senior boys playing interscholastic basketball will go on to play men's basketball at a NCAA member institution.About one in 75, or approximately 1.2 percent of NCAA male senior basketball players will get drafted by a National Basketball Association (NBA) team.Three in 10,000, or approximately 0.03 percent of high school senior boys playing interscholastic basketball will eventually be drafted by an NBA team.These numbers relate to high school seniors, so if you estimate that seniors are 40% of the average high school team, then the percentage of players on the team to make it to the next lower are even lower:High school to College3.1% of Seniors1.1% of Varsity PlayersCollege to pros 1.2%High school to Ppros0.038% of Seniors0.015% of Varsity Players
No offense but the U.K. sucks at basketball, a four year old from America could beat any Brit in basketball. Dont even think about playing here!
Medical School to get your MD, then you have to specialize which is even more medical school Medical School to get your MD, then you have to specialize which is even more medical school
YES, THERE IS ALWAYS AN OPTION TO GO TO COLLEGE EVEN IF YOU DROPPED OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL AND GOT YOU GED. GO AND SPEAK TO A COLLEGE AND SEE WHAT THEY NEED YOU TO DO.
Mens college basketball is astronomically more popular than the womens. Not even women watch the womens version. An example of how much more popular it is. The Ncaa Final Four are officially called the Men's tournament and women's tournament. However the men's version is referred to as "Te Tournament" and the women's as, "The Woman's Tournament."
There is the NBA and there is a league with players not quite at the NBA level. The NBA is the major league with the professional basketball players. There are also college leagues, and elementary schools even have leagues.
Oh no as she was very poor she did not go to school even, college was unthinkable for her.
he's still in high school! he didn't even GET to college yet!
Business Law so you can handle those multimillion dollar contracts.
Yes you can, i am a college student. and i take concerta 38, i realized i didnt have school today and i didnt feel like being productive so i took a xanax to drain my stress away. Then later i had things to do and i took another 2mg xanax. It like cancels each other out. But don't over do it, bad for your heart. Even Fatal
He had to work for the school to go to the school he went to.
She never went to college. She never even finished high school.