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Haunting Basketball Player

A myth submitted to the site by Demanuel Watson

Dallas, USA, North America

The story begins when a old basketball superstar of the 1800's gets shot and dies suddenly.

The stories said that in 1835 sightings of the murdered basketball player were told and shown around the world but there was no actual proof of him being a ghost.

The legend says that the player would go around looking for people who weren't good at his favorite game, Basketball. He would find the people infuse them with what the ghost calls "game". It's an energy given to people who are poor at the game to let them play extremely better. It is told that he trained famous players today old and new such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.

The other part of the legend is that he cursed the good players if they missed a close shot in the paint, which means that the player who missed would lose the game for the team and, after the game, the team would beat upon the player until the players career is over.

By Demanuel Watson
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