Yes. Click on the 'Left handed basketball players' link on this page to see other basketball players that were/are left handed.
Left handed hockey players may find it easier to control the ball on the off side, but this is not always the case. Some left handed hockey players still have difficulty on the left side playing hockey.
Lefties have an advantage on the sports fields; because the majority of the population is right handed, lefties can often take players by surprise. This is particuarly evident in:Cricket/Rounders/Baseball: If a batter is left handed, fielders will have to orientate themselves otherwise the ball will be hit in the area where there are no fielders to get it quickly enough.Football: About 60% of lefties are left-footed, which is very useful for getting the ball round players who will go for the right hand side.Basketball: In basketball, left handed players can efficiently bounce the ball to the left of the unsuspecting right handed players. This is very useful; a lot of players are "out-handed" in the end!
24% are left-handed.
Yes. He's coach forced him to go left handed in tennis, when he was 8 y.o. so that he has an advantage against right handed players.
yes he is left handed
The same way you shoot a right handed basketball...
There are many, and some include:Brandon JenningsTayshaun PrinceJ.P. PrinceLamar OdomGreg MonroeAcie LawJames HardenMike Conley
It depends if they are right or left handed. If they are right handed, they catch with there left. If they are left handed, they catch with there right.
Over 80% of the players, youth and senior in North America are Left Handed.