My older sons and adult basketball league.
I can tell that my oldest two (of four) sons are getting older (me too), when after all these years, they're no longer playing with the kids, but now the grownups. Jacob, 19, (in the background), watches as Caleb, 18, dribbles past a defender during their adult league action. Both of my older boys have played basketball together for years. This year marked the return of Caleb to the court. He had been hampered by knee pain for some time. After dedicating himself to months of physical therapy, he finally was able to return to the court healthy and ready to compete.
This shot and the others below were taken with my Nikon D700 set at ISO 6400. I really was shooting just a little below the optimal shutter speed necessary to stop the action. Next time I will probably increase the ISO just a wink to give myself a faster shutter speed. The camera recorded "cycling" of the gym lights - a color shift occurring in about 2 of 7 frames per second when using my motor drive set at its highest frame advance and photographing under sodium vapor type lights. It is not perceptible to the human eye and this effect can be avoided by lighting a gym with strobes. I have done this before but for this situation it just wasn't practical to set up lights. My solution was to convert the images to black and white in Adobe Lightroom. Besides, under the right circumstance, I love black and white photography.