yes every NBAs stadium pole from the bottom to rim is 10 feet yes every NBAs stadium pole from the bottom to rim is 10 feet
no, it is kareem abdual jaabar
Around 20 percent of the nbas players are white.
Kawhi Leonord is the best basketball Star for the NBAs San Antonio Spurs. BOI!!!!
The NBAs all-time leader in points scored is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 38,387.
Luther Head's dad is Luther Dale Head. "Dale" the father, and I grew up together in Tchula Ms, before he moved to Chicago, Ill.
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According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern --NBAS--. That is, eight letter words with 3rd letter N and 4th letter B and 5th letter A and 6th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: fanbases nonbasic
Point guard: Magic Johnson, John Stockton, Isaiah Thomas, Oscar Robinson Shooting Guard: Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Jerry West, Vince Carter Center: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Russell, Hakeem Olajuwon, Wilt Camberain, Shaquille O'Neal Small Forward: Larry Bird, John Halievick, Dr J (Julius Irving), Elgin Baylor, Lebron James Power Forward: Charles Barkley, Tim Duncan, Karl Malone, Kevin Garnett
The NBA's highest-paid player is guard Kobe Bryant, who last season led the Los Angeles Lakers to its fifth title since he entered the league in 1996. The second highest-paid player in the game: Orlando Magic forward Rashard Lewis. Lewis signed a $118 million, six-year deal in 2007 that pays him $20.5 million this season. The No.3 and No. 4 highest-paid are veterans Garnett and Tim Duncan who will earn $18.8 million and $18.7 million respectively this season.
According to The Brazelton Institute, " The Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale(NBAS) was developed in 1973 by Dr. T. Berry Brazelton and his colleagues. The scale represents a guide that helps parents, health care providers and researchers understand the newborn's language. "The Scale gives us the chance to see what the baby's behavior will tell us," says Dr. Brazelton, professor emeritus, Harvard Medical School. "It gives us a window into what it will take to nurture the baby." Further information may be found at: http://www.brazelton-institute.com/intro.html