Every serious basketball player dreams of one day reaching the highest level of basketball; the NBA. I dreamed of playing in the NBA, and if you read this book, you probably will do it. However, dreaming in the NBA will not be there; the ethics of work CAN. I say because not everyone was born with the talent to play in the NBA. In talent, things like size, length, speed, speed, because the size is the focus. Almost everybody can greatly improve their speed, speed, or even vertical jump, this is not the size; both genetic.
This does not mean that if you do not have NBA talent, you have no chance at it. I have said this before, and I will re-tell you that hard work fights talent if talent is unable to work hard. Lack of talent simply means you have to work harder; the less talented it is, the more difficult it is to do it, is so simple. Steve Nash is the perfect example; if half of the NBA players worked as hard as Nash, they will not be in the league. And remember, if you are talented and work hard; The sky's the limit.
Do not fool yourself if you really want the NBA; it's going to be some very hard work. Only 1.2% of basketball players in Division 1 played in the NBA. Keep in mind that only 1 player is playing; if you divide div 2 and div 3 players and international players, the odds are much smaller. That does not mean nobody. to work harder, because that's the only way to be an indispensable talent. And I doubt anyone reading this book has great natural talent.
What you probably want to know how to maximize your chances of getting to the NBA. Well, this is the fact that the best way to get into the NBA or just to the next level is to shoot. Simple, great shooters are required at all levels. It does not matter your size or athletic ability (aka talent); if you can run open shots, there will be a place to the next level. Maybe the shooter is not what you want, but understand that this is your best bet for the NBA.