basketball

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You know she was on the crew and the basketball team and the hockey team at college.

"Yes—you had to win the basketball game," he nodded with a judicious appreciation.

Many members were not interested in basketball, except to look on.

The boys won't dance with me, and the girls shut me out of basketball.

He could teach them basketball and of course he could coach their baseball team.

Each line has a basketball and stands behind a starting line.

There were tennis and basketball courts, and other means of athletic enjoyment.

"I wonder if you are all as fond of basketball as I," she went on quickly.

The hardest part of it all for Marjorie was her basketball practice.

We couldn't bear to believe for a minute that there would be no basketball.