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Basketball Hall of Fame
When James Naismith invented basketball on a winter day in Springfield in 1891, he could have hardly imagined how the game would evolve. And when you listen to Naismith's descendants, you wonder how James would feel about the current state of the game. Says grandson Ian Naismith: "If basketball were a parent, it would be a horrible parent."
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From the size of the crowds at the preseason games, you'd never know that there had been a lockout. But will it last?
The first games since last June have been posting respectable attendance figures, superb if you think about the fact that they're only exhibition games. The fans are coming out to get a look at their favorite stars and watch regional rivalries come back to life.
1998 FIBA World Basketball Championships
After the FIBA World Congress, the "FILABASKET HELLAS '98", the Market Street and the Coach Clinic, the World Jamboree is the next in the list of parallel events, that will be held on the occasion of the FIBA Worldbasket Hellas 1998.
Twelve teams will participate in this year's World Jamboree, consisting of athletes that were born in the year 1984. The duration of the tournament is: August 3-9, 1998.
Youth Basketball of America
Youth Basketball of America is an international governing body which promotes youth basketball worldwide. YBOA is a non-profit organization located in Orlando, Florida, which offers league development, tournaments, uniforms, educational clinics, scholarship programs, support materials, merchandise and insurance programs.
Having completed the second year of another four-year cycle that culminates with the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, the summer of 1998 saw USA Basketball teams capture gold medals at five international competitions