Pickup basketball stereotypes…

I have played against every one of these guys! lol

And I think many of them apply to nearly every sport out there.

Keep the faith,

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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6 thoughts on “Pickup basketball stereotypes…

    1. You know, I’m kind of a mix. I’m the guy who doesn’t practice enough before hand (it’s not my sport), gets super competitive nonetheless during it, talks lots of trash, usually plays marginal, sometimes eeks out a miracle shot at the end, and then goes on a practicing streak afterward for several weeks, until I remember this isn’t what I want/need to actually get good at! lol

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      1. Hah! – no.
        Here’s a hint…growing up, my favorite team was the Lakers – the Minneapolis Lakers.
        I’ve got a two handed set shot that won’t quit.

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