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Dr. James Naismith is known for creating the game of basketball. Everyone should be thankful for him because without this important man, we wouldn't be watching NBA games and enjoying basketball at school. During his school days, they played a game called duck-on-a-rock. Later, when Naismith moved on to YMCA school to teach for Physical Education, he spent a difficult time finding a sport to keep the students from using strength and more with skill.
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Unformatted text preview: This game was created at YMCA school. It was first played using a soccer ball and then played with a basketball. Naismith devised thirteen rules for this game. Then, he graduated as a medical doctor in the major of sports and science. Today, basketball is one of the most popular sports throughout our country and the world thanks to Dr. James Naismith...
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