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« Reply #9 on: Jun 03, 2010, 05:23:45 PM »

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Se Busca Profesor de Educacion Fisica
para trabajar en Basquetbol Formativo

Para el sur de Chile se solicita, Profesor de Educacion Fisica para trabajar en Basquetbol Formativo ( Mini Basquetbol ) y ademas, con experiencia  en  diversidad de gimnasia para adultos y en gimnasio de pesas
 
Preferentemente no exeder los  27 años  y puede ser mujer u hombre
es a partir del mes de Julio y por el periodo de un año .
 

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« Reply #8 on: Apr 16, 2010, 05:23:47 AM »

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Iranian playing in NBA scores with America

From nuclear weapons to human rights, the image of Iran is quite negative in America. But with little fanfare, one Iranian man has won hearts and cheers battling Americans on the court in basketball arenas around the country.

Hamed Haddadi is the NBA's first Iranian basketball player. At 7-foot-2, Haddadi began playing for Tennessee's Memphis Grizzlies in August 2008. His final game of this season was set for Wednesday night in Oklahoma City.

Despite U.S.-Iran tensions in the political arena, any strains appear absent with teammates and fans alike.

"It seems like he's the most popular Grizzly. When we go on the road ... he has a lot of support from a lot of people, a lot of people come out to watch him and watch us play," said teammate Mike Conley, who accompanied Haddadi to a "kebab fest."

The kebab fest was held in Las Vegas in 2009. Haddadi was accompanied by Conley and fellow Grizzly Hakim Warrick to a Persian restaurant. The event served to introduce the teammates to Persian food. Grizzlies' forward Rudy Gay turned the tables when he took Haddadi for a taste of American ribs at a Memphis restaurant.

It wasn't as easy getting permission to play in the United States. Current U.S. sanctions on Iran prohibit "a person or organization in the United States from engaging in business dealings with Iranian nationals," stated the NBA legal counsel.

The NBA had to apply to the U.S. government for a license that granted Haddadi permission to play for the NBA.

The reception has been positive courtside. But problems arose from game announcers once.

Ralph Lawler and Mike Smith, L.A. Clippers announcers on local Fox Sports, were suspended for a game for insensitive comments about Haddadi. When the Grizzlies faced the Clippers, the two joked about the Iranian center.

"You're sure it's not Borat's older brother?" said Smith. "If they ever make a movie about Haddadi, I'm going to get Sacha Baron Cohen to play the part."

Mayar Zokaei, Haddadi's Iranian-American manager, said the Iranian basketball player has brought lots of media attention to the middle-of-the-standings Grizzlies.

"He's gotten more press then any of his teammates this year and the past couple of years just for the sole reason that he's Iranian-American," said Zokaei. "Iranian playing basketball in America ... that's rare. [There aren't many]) Iranians doing anything in bona fide sports arenas in the U.S."

Haddadi faces big challenges. One is speaking and learning English.

Furthermore, his family is almost 7,000 miles away in Iran. The political turmoil back home is something he can't control. He worries about his family.

"It affects him because he misses them, he's not able to keep up to date with them because he's so busy ... he's always concerned about their well-being and such," said Zokaei.

Off the court, Haddadi has been working to bridge the gap between Iranian-Americans and basketball. Haddadi was at the forefront of creating the Hamed Haddadi Javanan Foundation. The charity organization aims to award college scholarships to student athletes.

The foundation has not been his only initiative.

In 2009, with Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest and manager Zokaei, Haddadi hosted a weekend basketball camp for 100 children.

The camp was held on the campus of California State University at Northridge and was aimed mainly at the Iranian-American community.

Haddadi's team did not make the NBA playoffs, which start within the week. His next test on the court -- playing for Iran against the United States in the world championships in September in Turkey. Haddadi and teammate Rudy Gay agree the United States will win.

"Tell you the truth ... we can't beat the United States you know," said Haddadi. "We're [The U.S.] gonna win, of course," boasted Gay.

But his two years in America have been a personal victory for Haddadi, who just wants to play more when he returns to America.




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« Reply #7 on: Mar 27, 2010, 07:39:50 PM »

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Ginobili not interested in Europe

Herb Rudoy, the agent for Manu Ginobili, doesn't know where the Spurs guard will wind up playing next season. He does, however, know where Ginobili will not be playing.

He won't be playing in Europe, or anywhere else that isn't the NBA.

Rudoy called reports that Spanish power Real Madrid was prepared to offer Ginobili 10 million euros -- or roughly $13.5 million -- to play next season "flattering," but reiterated that Ginobili has no desire to play overseas.

"I expect we are going to hear from two or three of the biggest European teams," Rudoy told the Express-News on Thursday, "but we are not interested, in the near term, in negotiating with them. Manu's intent is to stay in the NBA."

Ginobili seemed amused by rumors of the potential offer, first floated by a Spanish journalist Tuesday via Twitter,

"I saw the same report you saw," Ginobili said. "That's an enormous amount of money, but I don't believe it."




Ginobili is in the final year of his Spurs contract that pays him $10.7 million this season. The Spurs have until July 1 to work out an extension to that contract, or Ginobili will become an unrestricted free agent.


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« Reply #6 on: Mar 25, 2010, 07:43:54 PM »

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Real Madrid ready to splash the cash for Ginobili

Real Madrid are rumoured to be offering Argentina guard Manu Ginobili a contract worth $13.5 million for next season.

Ramon Trecet of Spanish newspaper Marca has reported that Real are very interested in bringing the 32-year-old guard in and would be willing to pay him close to $3 million more than what he is earning this season.

Ginobili is set to become unrestricted free agent this summer after spending all eight of his NBA seasons to date with the San Antonio Spurs and playing a leading role in their three championships.

He is set to make $10.7 million in the final year of a deal he signed with the Texan team in 2004.

Earlier this month, Ginobili told FIBA that he looks forward to playing in the World Championship in Turkey, but that other things must be in order before he can do so.

His wife is due to give birth to twins and the former All-Star would like to spend as much time as possible with his family.

The 2004 Olympic gold medallist also hopes to resolve his free agent status and know where his future lies before he represents his country.

Ginobili has played for the Real Madrid's current head coach, Ettore Messina, while with Italian side Virtus Bologna from 2000 to 2002.

Real Madrid also have expressed interest in Spanish national team guard Rudy Fernandez, who currently plays for the Portland Trail Blazers.


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« Reply #5 on: Mar 23, 2010, 08:43:18 PM »

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Entrenador de Básquetbol Se Busca con Urgencia en Chile !

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Para un trabajo específico de Mini Básquetbol
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