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Shooters Shoot Shirt for Basketball Players Fans


Shooters Shoot Shirt for Basketball Players Fans




Augusta Sportswear BOYS' SHOOTER SHIRT


Augusta Sportswear BOYS’ SHOOTER SHIRT



Through training and practice, this jersey will keep on performing for you. The BOYS’ SHOOTER SHIRT is the perfect sleeveless training jersey for this fall and is so comfortable you can wear it all day and into practice. Made with a blend of cotton jersey and polyester, this jersey has double hemmed arm holes and bottom seam so that wherever you go, it will follow. With a solid shirt body, you can…


Rawlings SSUJ1 Shooter Seams Basketball


Rawlings SSUJ1 Shooter Seams Basketball


$27.24


FeaturesShooter Seams BasketballMen''s size 7-29.5Traditional eight panel designDeep skived channels for improved gripIndoor/outdoorAll rubber cover

The Shooter Basketball Training Ring


The Shooter Basketball Training Ring


$25.82


PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CANNOT SHIP VIA 3-DAY DELIVERY.Improves shooting accuracyAttaches to all standard basketball goals to create a smaller diameter rim (17 inches) for shooting practiceThe all metal ring design requires no tools for quick and easy installation. You may also be interested in all Basketball Training Rings.

Rawlings SSU1 29.5 in. Shooter Seams Basketball


Rawlings SSU1 29.5 in. Shooter Seams Basketball


$27.24


FeaturesMen''s size 7-29.5Traditional eight panel designDeep skived channels for improved gripIndoor/outdoorAll rubber cover

The Pure Shooter Basketball Trainer (Adult)


The Pure Shooter Basketball Trainer (Adult)


$39.95


Reinforces proper shooting mechanics. Helps to promote the perfect one hand release. Keeps the arm and thumb of setting hand at the perfect angle and position. Eliminates the “thumb shooter.

ELITE SHOOTER TOP - YOUTH


ELITE SHOOTER TOP – YOUTH


$29.99


Boys’ Nike Elite Basketball Top combines mesh panels with sweat-wicking support, delivering all-day comfort on and off the court.

Outside Shooter: A Memoir


Outside Shooter: A Memoir


$3.95


Philip Raisor was on the losing side in two of the most storied basketball games ever played. He started at guard for the Muncie Central Bearcats, who fell in the 1954 Indiana state final to tiny Milan, the David-over-Goliath event that inspired the movie "Hoosiers." On a basketball scholarship to the University of Kansas, he watched his Wilt Chamberlain-led Jayhawks lose the 1957 NCAA championship in triple overtime to North Carolina. In "Outside Shooter, " Raisor recounts the hard knocks and hard-won triumphs of a basketball odyssey across 1950s America, from Indiana to Kansas to Louisiana, and from adolescence to adulthood. This was an era in which a racially divided society was taking halting steps toward integration, and few places held more tension than the sports arena. Raisor saw firsthand the toll of racism in the inner rage and sorrow of Muncie’s star player, John Casterlow, whose life followed a trajectory from playing the legendary Oscar Robertson to a draw–almost–to death in the streets of Detroit at age twenty-three. Later, at Louisiana State University after having transferred from Kansas, Raisor, spurred by the memory of Casterlow, would join in hazardous early attempts to integrate the LSU campus. From Indiana to Louisiana, he sees the ordeal of racism reveal character–including his own–at depths beyond the illumination even of competitive sport. Devoted though Raisor was to basketball, "Outside Shooter" captures the period of his life in which he gradually stopped defining himself in terms of the game. As the rise and fall of his fortunes on the basketball court become overshadowed by the shifting patterns of his larger life–the competing measures of acceptance and expectation from his family and companions; the courage and challenge offered by a young woman equally bent on accomplishment; his struggles with failure and doubt juxtaposed with his awakening intellect and conscience–he discovers the sense of purpose that will carry him beyond his playing days and into adulthood as a budding writer.

Shooter


Shooter


$3.95


Cameron: "Deep inside, you know that whoever gets up in your face gets there because he knows you’re nothing, and he knows that you know it too." Carla: "What I’m trying to do is to get by–not even get over, just get by." Leonard: "I have bought a gaw-juss weapon. It lies beneath my bed like a secret lover, quiet, powerful, waiting to work my magic." Statement of Fact: 17-year-old white male found dead in the aftermath of a shooting incident at Madison High School in Harrison County. Conclusion: Death by self-inflicted wound.
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