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Topic: Michael Jordan Geometry in Motion
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Bob L Petersen

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Re: Michael Jordan some on screwed with it here one that's important
Posted: Feb 24, 2009 10:25 AM
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Michael Jordan


Some on screwed with it here one that's important. Basketball player math teacher or anyone else.

When I was playing basketball and doing those moves I was 35. I went out for wrestling in high school to avoid the basketball coach.

As a senior I stood under the basketball rim. I jumped up and the rim some where on my wrist. I was 5'11". I took one try at a stuff and the bottom about 1 1/2 hit the rim.

Enough of that.

So besides those moves what really had me electric.

When every I got double teamed I dished the ball off to my 5' 4" wife. Who would fire the ball up from outside.

I smiled from the first time. She made an high percentage of the shots. Oh why? Shut up she's on a roll.

It was junior high move in with the ball or pass the ball to get the shot. I argued I can hit 2/3 from 2 feet behind the circle with my jumper.(older court)

I didn't tell anyone but it was all I could do to get the ball there that way. No over excited half way up the backboard shot. I could just get it there.

Best wishes Michael Jordan

Bob L. Petersen



To the boys of winter

I'm taking a Sabbatical to write a poem it's now of 2000 lines long.

I have posted old copys so you can see that it' grown and improved.
http://rhyme-verse-poems-poetry-with-a.0catch.com/poem-pentameter.html



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