There are no educational requirements in order to be a Basketball player. As of the latest rule, players are required to go to college for one year before entering the NBA, but the courses they study do not depend upon going into the NBA or not.
To be an NBA basketball player, all you have to be is 19 by the end of the year in which you are drafted. However, that doesn't mean you will be picked up by a team. To play in collage you must attend the collage and either A: Try out for the team or B: get a basketball scholarship to that school.
you have to be able to be tall, dribble a ball, and able to run fast while doing it
what are the requirements for playing basketball?
You don't need anything if you are talking about the NBA. The only thing you need to do is get picked. This can be done if you are really good, and it takes determination to get that good.
The requirements on a high school basketball team vary by each school, but usually consist of good grades and good attendance. Skill is also something the coaches value.
Teamwork and effort
There are no formal educational requirements for a professional basketball players, though notoriously most clubs will not hire a basketball player without a high-school diploma.
no all you have to do is get the basketball into the basketball net, it's that easy
be really tall
he must be well trained player from middle school to college
Youth basketball leagues are often run by your local park service or community college. Contact them to ask about the schedules and sign up requirements.
You don't really have to have any educational backgrounds except for completing grade school.
To get into professional basketball players should play at a college level. Height is also a good factor, most players stand at 7 feet tall.
Psychologically basketball requires energy from the aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. This combination of energy requirements is often refered to as an intergration of energy systems on a continuum over time.
You have to be a complete moron to get accepted. You have to want to play for one of the worse coaches in college basketball. You have to be very open to the gay community (very open). You have to be willing to accept money from boosters.