Case study Name CourseProfessor Date Appropriate goals for a high school basketball program A high school basketball program should administer an overall program having concern about the welfare of the other team members and the wellbeing of the team in general discipline as a team player evaluation of the actions to be taken by the team members desire to be successful in future proper channels of communication total preparation for any actions regarding the team in general and or at personal level and enthusiasm. The basketball team should develop a concreate self-image each player. More so in this case you find that male high school basketball players do not want for support from anyone they think of themselves as already successful players when actually they require support from other people including teachers in order to improve on their talents. This conflicts with the basketball program goals towards success which is facilitated through support from other sources. References Nasir Na'ilah Suad. "“Points Aren’t Everything”: Emergent Goals and Average and Percent Understandings in the Play of Basketball among African American Students." Anthropology & Education Quarterly 31.3 (2000): 283-305. [...]
This case is based on the popularization and nascent professionalization of male high school basketball players such as LeBron James. Students should examine what the appropriate goals for a high school basketball program should be, and how the change of focus presented in the case could conflict with what they see as the proper vision for such a program.