May 25, 2022

Visualization and Planning Enable Victories in Three Point and Skills Competions

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Three Point Champ Curry

College bsketball will kickstart after this weekend.  The Pros reign supreme as the All-Star game came to New York.  Facets of the crown were to be seen with the three point and skills competition.  Who raced out to an insurmountable lead in the final of the event?  Meanwhile a deliberate pace took the title in the other highlight of the evening.  Read on as ATB brings you a glimpse into the Saturday night entertainment of NBA All Star weekend.

Visualization to a New Level

James Harden was stuck in an elevator and his social media let the world in on this.  Instead of relaxing, he had this added tension to deal with.  It got to him and he finished last in the NBA Three Point contest.  Alert eyes also caught JJ Redick continually going over the three point line.  Disqualification on a number of shots prevented him from going to the final.  Three people got to go on and it was the two Golden State players (Curry and Thompson) along with Irving of the Cavs.  Here is where the practice of successful visualization came in.  Stephen made thirteen shots in a row from downtown in the contest and easily took the final.  He is your champion with a display of the ages that could help cement an MVP award this year.

Showboat Sunk

Patrick Beverly was a determined individual in the skills competition.  He sought to do each part of the contest at his own pave.  This caused much chagrin as Jeff Teague gained a substantial edge getting to the last portion with enough time to showboat.  Waving or air high fiving people, he made multiple attempts to hit a three to eliminate Patrick.  He could not while Beverly caught up and hit his first.  This was the story of the entire evening in this one on one bracket style competition.  He arrived last but was clutch when it most counted.  The tortoise overcame the hare once again to take home the title in the 13th year this was held during All Star Weekend.

College basketball is wrapping up with some schools having impressive records.  Everyone knows about Kentucky with their 30 plus point victory over South Carolina.  On the west coast, Gonzaga is once again reigning supreme.  Only one loss has them claiming a possible one seed for March madness.  Will they come through this year or will it be another early exit for this Mid-major darling?  Follow us at ATB as we ratchet up our college basketball coverage.  All week long we will bring bracket knowledge and give you teams on the edge of not making it.  Rail them for profit as desperation is a fine incentive to finish the season strong.  Contact America’s Bookie today for a reload package to get you over the hump this February.

 

 

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