1.

Larry Bird


Word Count: 1960Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

Larry Bird is one of the all-time greatest basketball players in the history of professional and college basketball. ... Larry Bird was born on December 7, 1956. ... (Larry Bird, pg 41-50) Bird began to watch Pat Riley and every move he makes and how he treats and talks to his players. ... (Larry Bird, pg 55-...

2.

Larry Bird


Word Count: 1960Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

Larry Bird is one of the all-time greatest basketball players in the history of professional and college basketball. ... Larry Bird was born on December 7, 1956. ... (Larry Bird, pg 41-50) Bird began to watch Pat Riley and every move he makes and how he treats and talks to his players. ... (Larry Bird, pg 55-...

3.

Larry Bird


Word Count: 1928Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

Larry Bird is one of the all-time greatest basketball players in the history of professional and college basketball. ... Larry Bird was born on December 7, 1956. ... (Larry Bird, pg 41-50) Bird began to watch Pat Riley and every move he makes and how he treats and talks to his players. ... (Larry Bird, ...

4.

Room of Champions


Word Count: 739Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

It was of a famous basketball player -- Larry Bird. The intensity in Larry Bird"s eyes cut through Joe like a knife. ... As he met each baseball player"s eyes, he realized that one had the same degree of intensity as Larry Bird"s, and that this was something he missed when he first looked at the baseball photographs. ...

5.

Montana 1948


Word Count: 1693Approx Pages: 7Has Bibliography

The novel "Montana - 1948" by Larry Watson begins as a story of a young boy growing up in rural Montana shortly after World War II. ... As he examined the dead bird, lying in the dust, a calm came over him and for the first time, he realized he had a need to kill something. ...

6.

Utopia


Word Count: 2947Approx Pages: 12

The retention of the Larry Bird exception, which states that players completing two seasons with a team can re""sign with that team for any amount regardless of the salary cap. ... The Larry Bird clause to be phased out in two years. ... On the other hand, the players had good reasons for their requests, which included: The c...

7.

cloning 2


Word Count: 634Approx Pages: 3

The huia bird, which was once native to New Zealand, became extinct in the 1920s, partly as a result of widespread deforestation, and partly because the huia's large black-and-white tail feathers became a hot fashion accessory in Europe. ... In July of 1999, biologists, bioethicists and representatives from the native population of N...

8.

Boston Breakers


Word Count: 421Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

So this reminds me of the U.S. basketball Sdream team, ¨ the best basketball team in the world when legends like Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley and Karl Malone played on one team. ...

9.

The True Meaning of Being a Professional Basketball Player


Word Count: 496Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

As the game of basketball started to grow in the 80's because of such players as Ervin "Magic" Jonhson and Larry Bird many knew that they would be getting old and it was going to be somebody else's turn to be the star. ...

10.

kobe bryant


Word Count: 1550Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

Kobe often watched and analyzed tapes of already great players like Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, and Magic Johnson. He soon developed the "œhands like Magic"s," the attacking game like Jordan"s, the jump shot like Larry Bird, and the desire of Doctor J. the stars of that era had a profound affect on his game. ...

11.

FleetCenter


Word Count: 1578Approx Pages: 6

The museum also includes life style statues of Boston Greats Larry Bird, Carl Yaztremski, Larry Bird, and Ted Williams. ...

12.

Basketball


Word Count: 2229Approx Pages: 9

History of Basketball The game of basketball has evolved a great deal throughout the years. Basketball was invented on December 21, 1891. The inventor of the game was a Canadian clergyman, James Naismith (Joseph Morse, 1973). The game of basketball was fashioned from fragments of other games, seeking to eliminate flaw...

13.

Sports


Word Count: 2230Approx Pages: 9

History of Basketball The game of basketball has evolved a great deal throughout the years. Basketball was invented on December 21, 1891. The inventor of the game was a Canadian clergyman, James Naismith (Joseph Morse, 1973). The game of basketball was fashioned from fragments of other games, seeking to eliminate flaws ...

14.

History Of Basketball


Word Count: 2279Approx Pages: 9Has Bibliography

The game of basketball has evolved a great deal throughout the years. Basketball was invented on December 21, 1891. The inventor of the game was a Canadian clergyman, James Naismith (Joseph Morse, 1973). The game of basketball was fashioned from fragments of other games, seeking to eliminate flaws of indoor rugby, soccer and l...

15.

Hockey


Word Count: 613Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

Sports Marketing The National Hockey League (NHL) is by far the least watched sport of the four major sports. The NHL is unpopular with Americans because there is not a stellar American player the NHL can market to the United States. The league needs to come up with a decent marketing prog...

16.

Stereotypes


Word Count: 853Approx Pages: 3

I know he had to fight the whole country to get where he"s at but you never hear about these people or what about Larry Bird he came from a small country town, but you never here about there people. ...

17.

Whats Wrong With The Endagered Species Act


Word Count: 1169Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

Larry McKinney from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said "œI am convinced that more habitat for the black-capped vireo, and especially the golden-cheeked warbler, has been lost in those areas of Texas since the listing of those birds than without the Endangered Species Act at all...

18.

Michael Jordan


Word Count: 1014Approx Pages: 4

Here Jordan teamed up with other greats such as Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, and Scottie Pippen to win Jordan"s second gold medal. ...

19.

Sports


Word Count: 1444Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

Greatest of Our Time Michael Jordan is not only a master on the court, but also a role model for others with his relentless strive to succeed in life. He has worked hard throughout his career to gain the respect of everyone. He is not only known as the greatest basketball player ever, but also a ...

20.

Advertising in ASuper Bowl


Word Count: 1605Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

McDonald"s had a campaign that followed this idea in the early 1990"s where Michael Jordan and Larry Bird were shown playing the game of HORSE for different items from the McDonald"s menu. ...

21.

Jordan


Word Count: 1685Approx Pages: 7

To do this, in his mind, Jordan had to come out of the shadow of the greats of this time period such as Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. ...

22.

Basketball


Word Count: 1662Approx Pages: 7

J, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Bird, Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell, Bob Cousy, "Pistol" Pete Maravich, Michael Jordan, and countless others, have paved the way for the youngsters in the league. ...

23.

Michael Jordan


Word Count: 1579Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

One time, after dropping 63 points on the Celtics in a 1987 playoff series, Larry Bird said, "œI think that was God dressed up as Michael Jordan...

24.

charles dickens


Word Count: 2167Approx Pages: 9

Something about Charles Dickens and his ability to take his reader to unbelievable places with his imaginative powers allows him the honor of being the most popular English novelist of the 19th century. Dickens has thrilled his readers for many years with his down-to-earth stories about real people forced into real situations. Charles Dickens has the ability...

25.

Bioegineered Food and Nutrition


Word Count: 2153Approx Pages: 9Has Bibliography

Henney, MD in an interview with Larry Thompson a member of the FDA"s public affairs staff. ... There is also the fear of harming nontargot species such as deer, birds and insects that may come into contact with the plants. ...

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