They are the basic tenets of any sport, the building blocks you need in order to be the master of your game. Before the dunks, blocks, and highlight reels, you have to learn to play the game. These are the basic fundamentals, and they are the most important part of sports. From the moment you pick up a ball you should be taught how to play the game. Fundamentals will save you when all else fails, they are something to fall back on when you're tired and the game is on the line. It should come as no surprise that the best players in basketball are also the most fundamentally sound. From dribbling, to shooting, to sliding your feet, the stars like Bryant, Duncan, James, and Wade took the time to learn their craft, and hone their skills. Sadly, some of the best athletes in the game are al ...
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