Born to Run Jamal King was born to run. All he ever did was run track. When he didn't a have track meet he would go to his favorite place to run, Jamal's favorite place was a 300 yd field and run five laps around the whole thing. One morning Jamal woke up and went to the field and there was a fence around the whole thing and the fence said NO TRESPASSING. Jamal went home balling out tears. Jamal found his first dog Sparky and would sometimes go there and run and play with his dog Sparky. That's also where Jamal first heard about track. So Jamal quit track and said "I should play a different sport." Jamal tried soccer and said no I can't play this. Then he went to football tryouts at his Middle school and didn't make the team. So he went to Basketball tryouts and made 6 out of 8 three pointers and he said I can still run. Jamal made the cut and he was so happy that he could run again. Jamal started out at Point Guard and was already a star. He led his District in assists, points, rebounds, and steals. He led his team to a undefeated season going 10-0. But in the first game of the playoffs he struggled but he still had 6 assists and 21 points. In the second game the game before the championship, Jamal made a huge comeback down by 13 points then his teammates got 4 points and then Jamal got 2 three pointers to tie the game. It was 65-65 then the opponents got a three pointer which made the game 68-65. Jamal ran as hard as he could down the court he shot a three pointer and he missed but he got fouled. Jamal went up to the line, he shot his first shot and made it. He shot his second shot and made it. He shot his third shot and missed, but he got the rebound and threw the ball up and the ball went in. The crowd went wild Jamal was going to the Championship, which was played in Miami at the Heat stadium. In the Championship Jamal had 33 points, 10 assists, 4 steals, 6 rebounds and was still losing 67-56. But Jamal didn't give up he stole the ball ran down the court and dunked the ball nobody could do that in his league but he had the hops to get up there he really wanted to win the game. So the score is now 67-59.The opponents name was the Hokies and Jamal's team was the Cyclones. The Hokies shot a 3 pointer and missed Jamal got the rebound and passed it to his teammate and his teammate scored a 3 pointer then the score was then 67-62.Jamal's teamate got fouled and shot his free-throw…
the world’s largest poultry processors. They are mainly known for their various chicken products but also process pork, beef and select prepared frozen foods. In 2013 alone, Tyson’s sales were about thirty four point four billion dollars. Clearly Tyson is dominating the market for poultry and other meats (“A snapshot of”, 2014). Americans continue to buy Tyson’s products because the labels clearly state that their chickens are raised without the use of antibiotics and hormones but according to the U…
How To Make Chicken Fried Steak
Do you want to know how to make chicken fried steak with fresh cream gravy? Making chicken fried steak is simple! To perform this process there are only a few simple steps to follow. When the steps are performed correctly, you will have a crispy crust and a sensationally perfect steak in the middle. Now follow these directions below to create your own chicken fried steak and gravy.
You will need two cast iron skillets that are about three inches in height, which…
Chicken is great.The chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) is a domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the Red Junglefowl. As one of the most common and widespread domestic animals with a population of more than 24 billion in 2003, there are more chickens in the world than any other species of bird. Humans keep chickens primarily as a source of food, consuming both their meat and their eggs.
The traditional poultry farming view of the domestication of the chicken is stated in Encyclopædia Britannica…
Basketball is a sport that was intentionally invented. It is one of the most popular
sports played by millions of people around the world. A man named, James Naismith,
created basketball in 1891, when he was assigned to teach a physical education class for
the Young Man’s Christian Association (YMCA) in Springfield, Massachusetts. He
needed to invent a desirable game everyone could play indoors. Naismith combined
elements of outdoor games like soccer and…
shooting average from 15% to 30%. I chose this project because growing up I always dreamt of getting the opportunity to join the varsity basketball team in high school. And then maybe play college basketball and make it to the NBA®. But before I get ahead of myself, I need to train harder. The topic I was leaning towards was the sports idea category and basketball fit perfect for my final product.
The sources I will use to achieve my goal include websites such as NBA.com and iHoops.com. They tell…
The chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) is a domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the Red Junglefowl. As one of the most common and widespread domestic animals with a population of more than 24 billion in 2003, there are more chickens in the world than any other species of bird. Humans keep chickens primarily as a source of food, consuming both their meat and their eggs.
The traditional poultry farming view of the domestication of the chicken is stated in Encyclopædia Britannica (2007): "Humans…
27 February 2015
The map shows when Africa had its first outbreak of Ebola in 1976 through 2014. You can see that the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, and South Africa has the most cases of Ebola in Africa. My team goal is to make sure Ebola doesn’t spread to any neighboring as you can see on the map that the neighboring countries by the Democratic Republic of the Congo and mail has a very large amount of Ebola cases. Another goal of ours is to find the…
we just don’t need to do it as excessively as we currently
do. We could just do simple things, like cutting back on the excessive building of houses, and lowering the amount
of farmland that is replacing wetlands. What will you do to save wetlands?
By: Jamal Williams…
plain why’. Jamal
stared at the question, then at this teacher, then back at the question. He felt a feeling he has
never experienced before, a feeling of emptiness and a feeling of confusion. Jamals teacher
Mrs Tory instructed her class to get started on the task that was written on the board, then if
not completed, to finish it for homework `it’s the first week back from holidays so I expect it to
be done!’. The rest of the class became silent, heads down, pens writing. Jamal sit and stared…