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Offline 5.0forty

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All Star Game?
« on: February 05, 2006, 03:32:28 pm »
Why can't a kid play in more than one All-Star Game?  For instance, why can't a kid play in the Basketall game and the Football game or Baseball?  Just curious.  Has the AAA ever allowed anyone to participate in both ?  Iam sure there has been athletes who were chosen for more than one sport?

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Re: All Star Game?
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2006, 05:09:46 pm »
Why can't a kid play in more than one All-Star Game? For instance, why can't a kid play in the Basketall game and the Football game or Baseball? Just curious. Has the AAA ever allowed anyone to participate in both ? Iam sure there has been athletes who were chosen for more than one sport?

Marcus Monk and was it Bledsoe were chosen for both.  But, the reason for only being allowed to participate in one event is two-fold in my opinion.  First, it allows more kids to be able to participate.  Second, they practice at the same times during the All-star week.  It would be kinda hard to participate in both sports practices.

 

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