Division 1 is the harder more competetive league with better teams. If this is your first time in aau go division 2 because its still difficult but less than division 1
It is far less than 1%. There are roughly 900 teams in college basketball, with an average of about 12-13 players per team, not included inactive players, which means over 10,000 players per year. There are roughly 360 active NBA players. The NBA is for the truly elite.
There are 68 teams in the tournament. It used to be 64 (actually, there were times that it was less), however a new automatic bid from the Mountain West conference forced the NCAA to make it 65. It was expanded in the 2011 tornament to 68 teams to allow some "bubble teams" to qualify, who would not of in the 65 team system.
Yes. Although it is much less known than Mexican football (soccer), basketball is one of the most popular sports in Mexico, especially among youngsters. There is even a national basketball league, which includes 16 teams.
When, after 162 games, two teams are tied for the division lead, or for the wildcard spot, those two teams, and only those two teams, play a one-game "playoff" to determine which team wins the division or the wildcard spot. It happens less often than you might think.
At LEAST 5 players on a normal basketball team, but in the NCAA are 12 on a team. An NBA team can have not less than 10 or more than 15 players, but only 12 can dress for a game.
AnswerFigure somewhere around 6,000 division I basketball players play any given year, and 30-60 open roster spots acorss the NBA each year. That would mean the chances of a division I player going pro is less than 1%. To be exact, 0.005% - 0.01%.
Strictly a matter of which possesses the greater mass. If the softball has less mass than a basketball, it must weigh less.
Yes. Six teams from each conference make the playoffs, the four division winners and the two teams with the best won/loss record that did not win their division. If a division winner's record is less than .500 they still make the playoffs. If the record of one of the two teams with the best record that did not win their division is less than .500, they still make the playoffs. Only three teams with losing records have ever made the NFL playoffs: The Browns and Lions both entered the 1982 playoffs with 4-5 records. (The season was shortened by a players' strike.) In 2010 the Seattle Seahawks won the NFC West with a 7-9 record, becoming the first NFL team to make the playoffs with a losing record in a full season.