Basketball. Definitely basketball. Track is just running and stuffZ. Basketball is cutting sprinting coordination and all sorts of jazz.
Track should not interfere with basketball. "However some track drills may be used as basketball drills because both sports involve running, and in some cases jumping, track doesn't usually interfere with basketball, but it depends on what you mean by interfere, like you could mean, are you able to run track while you play basketball? in most schools yes you are eligible. but in some you are not. or you could mean, Can you run track on a basketball court? Mostly no. because track has turf and an inside basketball court is slippery, meaning it is varnished so much that certain shoes can make you slide on it, but if you have basketball shoes you don't have this problem. If you have track shoes on a basketball court it would make it harder to run but isn't impossible."
Train harder than anyone else. On top of that play as much ball as you possibly can! "The harder I work the luckier I get!" Gordon Gecko
Well, this question is obviously a matter of personal preference, but personally i prefer track because i am terrible at basketball. In terms of which will get you more fit? Track and field, but you can still get very fit from basketball. hope this helped! -f
No it's not bad. Just work harder and do what you love doing the best.
Basketball all the way brahhh
with the score board
No, NBA hoops are single rimmed . The indoor hoops for anywhere whether its at school or basketball court or anyplace you can play indoor basketball are normally single rimmed.
her dad was a Basketball player for the celtics and her mom was a Track and Field athlete
Try harder can be the other way to replace work harder, too.
The reason for this is that the person in center track can be seen by everyone in the lanes. it is thought that seeing a faster opponent running during the race will make you work harder and therefore perform better
He played football, track, and basketball. But he is famous for playing baseball. He was the first African American to ever play major league baseball.