Concurso 2022 "El orgullo local del baloncesto"

El concurso fotográfico de FIBA cambia de tema anualmente por lo que es muy importante que al enviar tus fotos te ajustes al tema del 2022: “El orgullo local del baloncesto”.

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Roosevelt Park, Sacramento CA
por Blake Gillespie el 6/2/2023
Categoria: Local Basketball Pride
United States of America
Getting on at Roosevelt Park means you hoop in Sacramento. In the spring before it gets over 100 degrees daily, the courts fill up early. Old heads bbq and show up with lawn chairs to watch. Players pull their motorcycles onto the grass. There's always a massive bluetooth speaker. The neighbors complain, but no one cares. Games run on two courts, one of which is Winner's Court. It gets competitive. It also gets confusing. Long arguments over who has next are regular. It's part of the rhythm. Games stall. But, the runs are the best in the city, so you learn to shrug it off and accept it as part of the identity there. You'll hear challenges like "he don't want it" and you observe how they respond. Best runs in the city. No question.
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Titre:
Roosevelt Park, Sacramento CA

Auteur:
Blake Gillespie

Category:
Local Basketball Pride

Description:
Getting on at Roosevelt Park means you hoop in Sacramento. In the spring before it gets over 100 degrees daily, the courts fill up early. Old heads bbq and show up with lawn chairs to watch. Players pull their motorcycles onto the grass. There's always a massive bluetooth speaker. The neighbors complain, but no one cares. Games run on two courts, one of which is Winner's Court. It gets competitive. It also gets confusing. Long arguments over who has next are regular. It's part of the rhythm. Games stall. But, the runs are the best in the city, so you learn to shrug it off and accept it as part of the identity there. You'll hear challenges like "he don't want it" and you observe how they respond. Best runs in the city. No question.

Inauguración de la exposición
el 7 DE septiembre del 2020