How to get your kids excited about basketball

Posted by IGN on Thursday, March 02, 2021 03:33:06 How do you get your teenage kids excited to watch basketball?

It’s pretty simple.

You put them in a game, and you tell them to cheer.

If they’re playing with a friend, it might not even matter that you’ve given them instructions.

“I want to see my friends,” says Jordan Brown, a sophomore at the University of California, Berkeley.

“They’ll be happy to be there.”

Brown and his friends have been playing basketball for about a month, and they’ve gotten a lot of questions about how to make sure they keep up with the game’s popularity.

“The best way to make it fun is to just go out and play,” Brown says.

“If you’re just like, ‘Oh, I wanna play basketball with my friends,’ it’ll just be a waste of time.

You have to make the effort.”

Brown has been playing the game with his friends since he was in elementary school.

He doesn’t have a lot to do with the basketball league, but he’s happy to take part in the fun.

“My favorite thing about it is, when we play, it’s like a mini-celebration for the other kids.

When we play in the hallway, the other parents are like, “Oh, my God, you guys are all really good.

This is the best thing I’ve ever seen.

“If you’re feeling like you want to play a little bit more, Brown says you can find a group of people to watch online.

He and his friend, who’s called Ryan, both have different ages.

Ryan, 18, plays with his older brother.

Brown, who says he has a lot more free time now, is trying to keep up. “

But I’m super into it because I can get to my room and have a cool conversation with my mom,” he says.

Brown, who says he has a lot more free time now, is trying to keep up.

“It’s like playing a sport,” he explains.

“You have to keep it up.”