Sometimes, we ask ourselves if the things we do are really right for us. We even test ourselves just to know the answers to such questions. This is the same with basketball. Some players get to a point when they try to question themselves if basketball is the right sport for them and this is a bad sign of self doubt. I’ve created a lists on the questions you can ask yourself to solve this doubt.
1. Am I physically fit to play the game?
The number one demand of the sport for an aspiring player to have strong physical characteristics. The game is about running, shooting, dribbling and defending and it all requires a good physical condition. Just imagine playing for at least 40 or 48 minutes. Of course, you can rest during ball games, but the point is that you are going to play for a long period of time. You have to sustain a level of energy in order to keep up in the game and you cannot get weak because you might get left behind. Everything is transition in basketball and you cannot rest too much.
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