Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Tao of Bruce Lee and Larry Bird in basketball

Be formless, and shapeless, like water. Having no form allows you to be all forms. This philosophy characterizes Larry Bird's ability to score regardless of what position he needed to adapt to in order to get off a shot. He practiced scoring from all angles and forms, so he was able to flow into all forms and succeed.

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