My advice is to get a job with the team, preferably in which you are physically in their presence....for example a dancer, game crew, equipment team and secondly, attend their parties. There is always a party going on especially when the away teams come into town. Find out who the promoter is in your area that is responsible for holding NBA parties. You've got to stand out in the crowd as other women there have the same intention. Your appearance and attitude has to be on point. Good Luck!
There are many, many steps. First, you have to be at least 19 years old or have played one year in college- that is the NBA rule. Second, you have to have talent that is recognized by NBA scouts or someone that works for the NBA.
The best way is to have played on a high school team and dominated. You will get local scholarships from local colleges (or great Basketball colleges if you are that good) and will need to be in a Division I college (most that offer scholarships are). You will then need to dominate or do very well in college in order to enter the NBA draft and be drafted in one of the 60 spots. Then, only the, you can play in the NBA.
To meet a professional basketball player, the best thing to do is to show up 2 hours early. They are often just shooting around and willing to sign Autographs at that time. You can also look out for their "meet and greet" events, which should be available on the team website.
Well, I'd say just tell him you think he is cute and go from there. Or just ask him out, there is nothing wrong with that!
Someone becomes a professional basketball player when they are drafted into the NBA from either High School(rare) or College(common). u enter the nba draft
To meet one, they to apply your school or club to NBA cares so they help you. Once they meet you, have a chat?
The same way you'd meet and date any other person.
Faster to go to basketball player than pro football player. Sorry to everyone who is trying to make it to pro football.
The amount of money an NBA player makes in a game all depends on the contract he signs with his team. For instance, when Shaquille O'Neal signed a huge contract to play for the Lakers back in '96, it was for seven years and $120 million. When you break it down, it goes like this: 120 / 7 years = 17.1 million a year 17.1 million / 82 = $208,536.58 per game! When you're as big as Shaq, you got the kind of wallet and pockets to carry around that kind of money!