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Mybasketball: Spring cleaning comes early…

By on August 19, 2008 in News

“You cannot live in the past; you must look towards the future. The past cannot change what is to come. The work that you do each and every day is the only true way to improve and prepare yourself for what is to come. You cannot change the past but you can influence the future only by what you do today.” – Unknown

Past (1st website in 2007)

Present (current site)

Future (tomorrow’s site)

The new site feels like your first move to a new and bigger house. You know that it is a huge leap forward but you are not yet used to the surroundings. Every time you move from room to room, you are embarking on a journey of discovery. The same applies to this new look, it is such a huge step up from the old one that it will take you some time to discover all that it can do for you.

On the whole we have listened to our readers, looked at other sites on the web and used our own experience in basketball to come up with something that takes sports websites to a level never seen before in South Africa…
Sneak preview before Wednesday 20th August:

Easier access to information

New categories (Profiles, Basketball life…)

Ballers own social network

And much more….

We hope you enjoy this journey with us and as we grow as a site and as a community, we hope that basketball will rise from the shadows to take its rightful place among the country’s elite sporting codes.

The Mybasketball team is still busy tidying up the place so for the next few months little things will keep changing as part of a process of providing our readers with the best service possible. And as you read the quote at the beginning of this post you will realise that in order to get where we want to be as and as basketball in SA we have to lay the foundation today… There will be a lot of setbacks, but they should be embraced, learned from and appropriate corrections should be made in order to achieve our goals.

As we move into a new dawn for, this post shall end with another quote:

“The diamond can not be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials.” – Anonymous.

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  1. Michelle K. says:

    Cant wait to see the new site.. Tomorrow seems so far.:-)