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I am a 19 year old college sophomore in Delaware County of Pennsylvania! I am majoring in Sport Management and was looking for something to do during the basketball off-season. I also coach youth basketball in the spring and summer months after school gets out!
I am a huge basketball junkie and love to put my opinion, sometimes where it doesn't belong! I will primarily write about basketball unless something outside of basketball strikes me! What I love doing is taking suggestions from other people. If there is a topic that you want to hear me write about, let me know in some way! You give me the idea and I'll make the article with my opinion!! Thanks!
Hope you enjoy my writings and I would greatly appreciate it if you put you 2 cents into my articles.
Thanks and hope you enjoy!
Wanted to reach out to see if you would be able to do a feature on our tournament, the 2012 SNY Invitational for NY Metro area high school basketball teams.
Teams competing this year:
- St. Anthony of Jersey City, NJ
- St. Raymond of the Bronx, NY
- Benjamin Cardozo of Queens, NY
- Thomas Jefferson of Brooklyn, NY
Check out our page for more info: http://www.facebook.com/SNY?sk=app_284307498252223
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No problem! If you liked the way I did things feel free to contact me anytime you write a new article and I'll check it out! I pride myself in trying to preserve the writer's voice as much as possible!
Hey, I read your comment on John F.'s piece about racism. Glad to see another brother on Bleacher Report!
Yo, I just read your comment on Michael Whittenberg's wall about the WNBA and you're right big man. They play fundamentally sound ball and don't rely on athleticism to bail themselves out. Thats all women's sports though, they listen to, and take coaching a lot better than men and while the product isn't as spectacular its quite sound. Only problem is sound doesn't sell tickets, spectacular does.
Thanks for the pick, Tom.