I am officially an expert on college basketball.
I’m a basketball fan, a diehard hoops fan, and I love the game of basketball.
In fact, I grew up playing the game in my backyard.
But this past offseason, I had a tough decision to make.
Would I continue to play college basketball, or move to a place that has a much better chance of producing NBA players?
The decision was made in part because of the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
If I wanted to play at a college in North Carolina, the odds were good that the school would be in the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year.
This was not an option for me.
But I could not choose between playing college basketball or staying home.
After all, college basketball is a lifelong passion of mine, and my family has been supporting me through every season of my career.
If the NCAA decides to allow North Carolina to participate in the tournament, my family will have a chance to watch a championship game between Duke and Kentucky.
That is the best thing that could have happened for my family.
But for me, playing college hoops is a hobby and a passion.
For many years, my dad was a professional basketball player.
He is the one who taught me the fundamentals of basketball and taught me to play basketball the right way.
But he has always been a college student and, for many years in the past, he was unable to get the necessary coaching to improve his game.
For years, he relied on his father, who was a basketball coach in Europe, and his brother, who worked at the same gym as my dad.
The family has always tried to provide him with the necessary instruction and help him grow into the game he loves.
But when my father passed away last year, the family struggled financially.
It is the first time that my father’s salary and my dad’s retirement funds went into a retirement account.
The money would have been used to pay for a new car, rent, and other necessities.
It would have gone towards the purchase of a house.
But the money was never there, and it is a financial burden that has left the family financially strained.
My father would have loved to have a new house built for his family, but the money that would have helped the family is just not there.
My family was in need of help with the finances that go along with living on the road with my father and my brothers.
But our family was also in need.
I have heard of other families who had to make difficult decisions in order to make it to the NCAA tournament.
This year, I decided that I needed to continue playing college hockey for my team and not let this hardship affect me too much.
I decided to leave my family and my team to focus on the game and pursue my dream of playing in the NBA.
The decision to leave home for the NBA was not easy.
I was the youngest of six children, and as such, I was often bullied.
I had friends who would bully me, telling me that they loved me because I was not going to play hockey.
I also had friends that would take the time to take me to games to watch me play.
In the years that I spent playing in Europe and overseas, I also found that many players have difficulties with self-esteem.
My brothers and I had been told that we were too tall to play in the NHL.
And my father often would make jokes that would make us uncomfortable and make it very difficult for me to have fun.
In addition to the challenges of living abroad, I have also had to deal with the constant pressure that comes with playing professional sports.
Every season, the NBA offers players a chance for a chance at making the NBA roster.
The salary cap is extremely high, and the league has made it clear that they are not interested in giving a rookie or second-year player a shot.
If a player wants to make the roster, he has to be a top-10 pick.
The only way for a player to make that roster is to be in a playoff game and be a starter.
So even though the league does not want to give a rookie a shot at a playoff spot, the players that make it through the draft are often given a shot to make a team.
And, sometimes, those who do make it are the players who have to go through the process of the NBA draft lottery, which is a huge financial burden on the players.
So for many players, the process for making the team can be a struggle.
When I heard that the NBA would allow North Carolinians to play on their home courts, I knew that this would be the best opportunity for me and my teammates to get to the NBA as soon as possible.
I knew it would be an opportunity to be closer to my family, so I was very excited.
My first day on the court, I sat down and watched the game on television.
For the first 20 minutes of