Kids love their playtime, especially playing outdoors. It’s that time when they can play with their friends and make new ones. While it gives them their daily dose of fun, neighborhood games are the best way to help kids build some team spirit. At Target, we have a wide collection of games that encourage kids to go out and play. Here, they get to explore different games such as pickleball, horseshoes, cornhole, bean bag toss, hacky sack and tether ball. Wait, the list doesn’t end there. We have lawn games too such as ladder ball, lawn darts and lawn bowling. Let your kids have fun in the sun with a game of hopscotch or jump around the curb on pogo sticks, which improves their balance and coordination. We also have games for little kids that have easy-to-understand instructions to keep them engaged for long hours of play. If your kid
In the late 1800s, a Canadian American physical education instructor named James Naismith invented basketball. His idea was to combine a wooden basket and a ball to make for a less injury prone sport than American football. The spread of Basketball was largely credited to states’ military forces and the breakout of World War I in 1914. Later, the sport quickly became established in colleges around North America. The National Basketball Association (NBA) was formed in 1946 as the game started as a professional sport.
During 1979, when videogames were beginning to grow at a rapid pace, two classic arcade basketball games were released. The first was simply titled “Basketball” and it was the first arcade cabinet game to use a trackball for player movement. It featured a one player mode and a two players mode. It also pioneered the tilted screen which became common place in arcades. The second
The UFC 250 fighters didn’t make it easy on officials to determine the Performance Bonus winners, but that was only because there were so many finishes and exciting fights. Seven of the fight cards twelve bouts ended in a finish.With so many exciting endings, officials did away with the Fight of the Night bonus in order to award four Performance of the Night awards. Each of the winners netted an additional $50,000.Two of the most spectacular finishes were walk-off knockouts. “Sugar” Sean O’Malley opened the UFC 250 main card with a stunning knockout of former WEC champion Eddie Wineland. Not to be outdone, former bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt put his stamp on his return. He ended a three-fight skid with a crushing right hand that put Raphael Assuncao down and out with one second left in round two.Aljamain Sterling, also on the main card, etched his name