Hoop Dreams Assignment

Hoop Dreams Assignment - Stephanie Warner PHS 184 Sec. A...

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Stephanie Warner PHS 184 Sec. A Rack 2 April 2007 “Hoop Dreams” Response Assignment “Hoop Dreams” was a movie that was very appropriate for this class to watch. It showed many of the issues we have covered in class in a real world setting. This was good because then the class could see the theories and of maturation, expectations, and physical growth and development take place, and see how they actually affect people in sports. Maturation rates were one of the major issues in “Hoop Dreams” that affected the two players followed. When we first meet the two boys at the beginning of their freshman school year, William Gates is very much matured and Arthur Agee is hardly at all. William Gates is fully developed and it is very well known that he is an early developer. He is tall, filled-out, and muscular. William is also very well physically developed in his motor skills of basketball. Arthur on the other hand is very lanky and shorter. Arthur
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This essay was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course KNH 184 taught by Professor Rack during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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