Governing body for basketball in Canada
Imagine seeing talented but raw basketball players like Andrew Wiggins, Lou Dort, Tyler Ennis, and Jamal Murray when they were 15 years old and being tasked with molding them into future NBA and Olympic pros. Dr. Marc Bubbs has lived this life for the past decade, as the sports nutritionist on a holistic, person-first Canada Basketball team of dedicated coaches, talented players, and committed sports scientists. Marc encapsulated his experiences working with this organization and professional teams in many other sports in the excellent book Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports. In it, he covers everything from epigenetics to gut health to immunity, and much more. Fire up this episode and you'll hear Marc's take on:Why nutrition is so foundational to basketball performanceHow improving overall health quickstarts athletic developmentWhat role sleep plays for anyone wanting to be at their bestWhy community is an underrated aspect of peak achievementWhich obstacles he has to help athletes overcome to reach their potentialTo continue learning from Marc, grab a copy of his book Peak and follow him on Instagram.
Canada Basketball CEO Michael Bartlett joins our Raptors pre-game coverage to chat about what's next for Canada Basketball in 2023, the surge of Canadian talent in the NBA, keeping development within the country and more.
Eric Smith and Paul Jones kick off 2023 with the General Manager of the Canadian National team Rowan Barrett to look back on how important 2022 was to the National team and why 2023 will be the biggest year yet. They also go over the 3-year commitment, why that is so important for the team, and what it means for players that won't commit. Finally, they talk about how to get the momentum behind Canada Basketball that we saw for Canada Soccer. The guys are then joined by Michael Grange to talk about a Raptors squad at a crossroads and where they go from here. Will they be buying or selling, and what other big questions are they facing? Finally, Eric and Paul close out the show with the radio voice of the Clippers Noah Eagle. How Norm Powell is fitting in and what Kawhi's presence (and sometimes lack of) means for this team are among the topics discussed. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Jordan Baker, Mr. Edmonton, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Jordan sits down with your boy Matty to share his basketball career and story thus far. Jordan talks about being around the game from an early age, the influence of his parents and growing his game as he grew up in Edmonton. Jordan shares his memories of playing for George Hoyt at Harry Ainlay and eventually taking his game to the University of Alberta. Jordan shares his best memories of being a Golden Bear and tells Matty what it means to be regarded as the best ever to lace up their sneakers at the UofA.Jordan talks about playing for his hometown Edmonton Stingers, the importance and success of the CEBL and his new role as Head Coach of the Stingers. Jordan shares his memories of playing for Canada Basketball and tells us who he grew close with from his time with the Program. And then Jordan breaks down his Top and Favourite 5 of all time for Canada Basketball. Much love to Mr.Jordan Baker for pulling up on Canada Hoops!Canada Hoops is partnered with and presented by Betstamp.Betstamp: Bet. Like a Pro.Hit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Episode #155 of The Athletes Podcast features Taya Hanson. Born in Kelowna, BC, Taya began her collegiate career at Arizona State. On January 1, 2021, she tied the ASU program record with seven three-pointers made in a game against California. She was subsequently named Canada Basketball's Player of the Week.In July, 2022, she was named to Team Canada to compete at the 3x3 basketball tournament at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. She recorded 20 points and 23 rebounds in six games during the tournament and won a gold medal. Just this past September 2022, she was named to Team Canada for the 2022 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup.Taya has a positive energy that is infectious. If you've had the pleasure of meeting her, you'll know what we're talking about. Thank you enough for tuning in & listening to the show. Our last shoutout goes to our sponsor for this week's episode Stronger, Faster Healthier. With some of the best supplements on the market. Episode Breakdown:00:00 - 03:00 Intro03:00 - 04:40 Growing up in Kelowna, BC04:00 - 05:35 When Taya Chose Basketball as her Sport05:35 - 08:30 Arizona Sundevil to Oregon Duck NCAA D1 Basketball08:30 - 11:30 Vet Roll & Learning Leadership 11:30 - 13:13 Competing at the World Cup 13:13 - 15:00 What it Feels Like to Represent your Country15:00 - 17:00 Audience Question #117:00 - 18:00 Ad with SFH18:00 - 22:00 Audience Questions #2 22:00 - 23:50 Getting into the Zone & Breaking Records23:50 - 26:00 Beating Oregon Before Becoming a Duck26:00 - 29:00 Winning Gold for Canada at The Common Wealth Games29:00 - 30:50 The Full Support of Family 30:50 - 33:00 Current Career Highlights & Paving the Way for the Next Gen33:00 - 34:15 Iron Women & Her Fitness & Nutrition Regiment 34:15 - 36:45 Favourite Inspirational Sports Movies, & Athlete Influences 36:45 - 39:22 Advice for the Next Generation & Outro Check out our Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | InstagramOur Sponsor this week is SFH! Use code AP20 at checkout for 20% off!
Kayla Alexander, big time player for the SWNT for Canada Basketball, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Kayla sits down with your boy Matty to share her basketball story thus far. Kayla tells us about authoring her book " The Magic of Basketball" and her business venture Tallsize (Tallsize.com). Kayla talks about growing up in a basketball family, being introduced to the game by her childhood friend and business partner; and then taking her game to Syracuse University. Kayla talks about going pro, being drafted into the WNBA talks about her current season where she was recently named the MVP of the Womens' EuroCup. And when it comes time discuss Canada Basketball, Kayla tells us what it means to her to represent Canada and Canada Basketball as a Program. Kayla shares how special it is for her and her brother , Kyle Alexander, to both be playing for the Senior National Teams at the same time. And Kayla shows love to current and past players for the SWNT when she gives us her Top 5 of all time for Canada Basketball. Much love to Kayla Alexander for joining us on Canada Hoops!Canada Hoops Podcast is presented by and partnered with betstamp.betstamp: Bet. Like a Pro.betstamp.appHit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: email@example.com://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Katherine Plouffe, former SWNT player, Olympian and now 3X3 player for Canada Basketball, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Katherine sits down with your boy Matty to share her incredible basketball career and story thus far. Katherine talks about growing up playing the game in Edmonton, alongside her twin sister Michelle, playing at NEDA and her twist of fate when it came time to commit to Marquette University. Katherine tells us about her memories at Marquette, playing professionally in France and of course Katherine talks about what it means to represent Canada Basketball. Katherine became an Olympian in 2016 when she represented Canada at the Rio Olympics; but it was a grind to make that team and Katherine shares her story of hard work and perseverance. And you know Katherine drops a great Top 5 of all time for Canada basketball on us. Much love to Katherine Plouffe for joining us on Canada Hoops!Canada Hoops Podcast is presented by and partnered with betstamp. betstamp: Bet. Like a Pro.betstamp.appHit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
The SMNT for Canada Basketball has officially qualified for the 2023 FIBA WC! And the homie Scott Witter pulls up to chat with your boy Matty about the FIBA WC Qualification, possible roster projections for the SMNT next summer and some thoughts on the hot start of some of the Canadians in the NBA. Yes, we see you Shai, Shaedon and Bennedict. Much love to Scott Witter for joining us on Canada Hoops! Download us now wherever you get your podcasts!Hit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: email@example.com://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Tim weighs in on a lack of support for Canada Basketball. Why have Canadian NHL teams struggled to win a Stanley Cup over the last three decades? NFL Network's Adam Rank (23:15) talks some NFL while 3DownNation's Justin Dunk (38:43) joins for a CFL chat.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Before Canada kicks off their window of Basketball World Cup Qualifying games here in Edmonton vs Venezuela and Panama, I had the chance to sit down with senior team members Kalif Young and Thomas Kennedy about the window, playing for their nation and more! Kalif Young audio: 0:00 to 2:43 Thomas Kennedy audio: 2:43 to end Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
After Canada's 94-56 win over Venezuela to clinch their spot in the 2023 Basketball World Cup, head coach Nate Bjorkgren and Kassius Robertson who led the way in the victory with 16 points met post-game with the media. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Carly Clarke, Head Coach of the TMU Bold Womens Basketball team and Assistant Coach for the SWNT for Canada Basketball, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Carly joins your boy Matty to share her basketball story and career thus far. Carly talks about coaching with the SWNT for Canada Basketball at the recent FIBA Womens World Cup along side Head Coach Victor Lapena; helping guide the squad to a 4th place finish. Carly tells Matty about leading the U23 Globl Jam team for Canada Basketball to a gold medal this past summer after leading her TMU Bold Womens Team to the USPORTS National Championship.Carly tells us how her love for basketball started for her growing up in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia; her early connection to former SWNT Head Coach Lisa Thomaidis going back to the 2001 Canada Summer games and Carly's CIS career at Bishops University. Carly talks about how her coaching career got started, her coaching influences and her ever growing connections to the players all throughout the Womens Program for Canada Basketball. If a player has played for the SWNT in the past 8 years you can bet Carly has coached and mentored them along the way. Carlys' impact on the Womens Program for Canada Basketball can truly be felt everywhere. And Carly drops a one of a kind Top 5 of all time for Canada Basketball. Much love to Carly Clarke for joining us on Canada Hoops!Hit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Juan Mendez, Montreal native and Niagara legend, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Juan sits down to share his basketball story with your boy Matty. Juan talks about growing up in Montreal, playing basketball at Florida Prep Academy and ultimately choosing to play basketball at Niagara University. And it was at Niagara where Juan became the highest scoring Canadian basketball player of all time in NCAA Division 1 basketball and a Purple Eagle legend. Juan talks about his pro career and you know he tells us about his time on the SMNT for Canada Basketball. Hit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: email@example.com://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Our business specialist joins the podcast today to catch up with Bob and John. For the first half of the show we focus on the issues surrounding Hockey Canada as we get Brians perspective on the matter. The three talk about potential replacements for head of the board and get into the details of how Brian thinks the organization can fix the mess they made and re-build the brand. We also spend time on the thinking between the NHL's in game ads being projected onto the boards.How much money will this bring the league and how much of the technical difficulties damage the brand? To end the show, we talk about the growth of Canada Basketball and get some insight on the future of international basketball in Canada.
Yvonne Ejim, representing the 403 and YYC, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Yvonne sits down with your boy Matty to share her rising basketball career thus far. Yvonne talks about growing up in Calgary and loving basketball. The game is a family affair for Yvonne. Yvonne tells us about playing at Edge Prep and making her decision to attend Gonzaga University. Yvonne talks about growing her game to where she is expected to be a key player for the Lady Zags this season. And of course, Yvonne talks about playing for Canada Basketball; most recently at the U23 Globl Jam where she helped Canada win the gold medal. And it's family love for Yvonne in her Top 5 of all time for Canada Basketball. Much love to Yvonne Ejim for pulling up on Canada Hoops!Hit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Season 3 of Canada Hoops starts as Jermaine "Rock" Anderson pulls up to chat with your boy Matty! Jermaine sits down to share his incredible basketball story. From his time at Eastern Commerce, Fordham University and playing pro around the world, Rock gives us some incredible stories. And you know Jermaine takes us inside his time with the SMNT for Canada Basketball and shares his memories representing Canada alongside some incredible friends and teammates. Rock is also the founder of FiftyforFree: a not-for-profit organization focused on building character, cultivating financial literacy and imperative life skills through sport. Find them at www.fiftyforfree.comMuch love to Jermaine "Rock" Anderson for pulling up on Canada Hoops!Hit us up on Twitter: @canadahoopspod @TheMattyIrelandHit us up on Instagram: @canadahoopspodcastEmail: email@example.com://canadahoopspodcast.buzzsprout.com/
Xavier Scruggs, former MLB first baseman and current MLB Network analyst, joins Ailish to discuss Bo Bichette's offensive explosion in September, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s contract situation, and the battle for the NL East crown between the Mets and Braves. Afterwards, JD Bunkis stops by to chat about his new show and how he's feeling about the Blue Jays heading into this weekend's series against Baltimore (19:47). Later, Kevin Pangos, guard for the Canadian men's basketball team and Olimpia Milano in Italy, checks in to discuss his experience suiting up for Canada this summer, his upbringing in East Gwillimbury, Ontario, and fulfilling his NBA dream last year with the Cleveland Cavaliers (36:46). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
Fuad and Elias are back for another edition of 3 in the Key! The fellas are joined by Two-Time NBA Champion & Montreal Alliance GM Joel Anthony. The guys discuss his first year at the helm of the Alliance in the CEBL, Canada Basketball, and his days in the NBA!
MLB Network Insider Jon Morosi joins Ailish and Justin to discuss the AL MVP race between Shohei Ohtani and Aaron Judge, the lack of diversity in the Blue Jays' lineup, the team's inconsistency throughout the season, Danny Jansen's big night at the plate on Monday, and Marcus Stroman's tenure with the Blue Jays. Later, Sportsnet's Michael Grange stops by to chat about Team Canada going 2-0 in their latest qualifying window for the 2023 FIBA World Cup, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander's long-term importance to the SMNT, and RJ Barrett inking a four-year extension with the Knicks (33:28). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
3 Down Nation's John Hodge joined Rose and Alberga to discuss the ownership drama in Montreal. He gives his take on the Stamps' QB situation and Week 13. Sportsnet's Michael Grange weighs in on the latest storylines surrounding Canada Basketball and their quest to qualify for the World Cup.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Faizal Khamisa and Jesse Rubinoff guest host. Caleb Joseph (50:08) talks about the return of Marcus Stroman in Tuesday night's Jays game. Raptors voice Matt Devlin (36:57) joins for some Canada Basketball talk. Kyle Brandt (1:13:38) helps tee up the NFL season while Jon Wertheim (24:30) hops on to discuss Serena Williams' 1st round win at the US Open.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
In this hour, Mike & Jason talk some NFL with FanSided's Matt Verderame, a Nat Bailey barn burner with voice of the Vancouver Canadians Tyler Zickle, plus a big Canada Basketball win with Raptors PxP man Paul Jones. This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
For the longest time, elite performance was focused on squeezing as much physical potential out as possible. But as the arms race has heated up, it's become clear that the greatest opportunity for sustainable excellence lies in foundational area like mindset, nutrition, and health. That's why coaches and pro teams call on Dr. Marc Bubbs. Marc has been working with elite and professional athletes, busy executives, and motivated individuals aiming to improve their health for almost two decades, using an evidence-based approach to nutrition, fitness, and lifestyle modifications. He's the director of performance nutrition for Canada Basketball and consultant performance nutritionist for a portfolio of professional and Olympic athletes. Marc is also the host of the Performance Nutrition Podcast and the author of Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports. In this episode, you'll learn from Marc: · How to combat stress and the rigors of travel with sleep and nutrition · What anybody seeking high performance can do to improve their mental game · Which basic principles will help you avoid the middle age poor health trap · How sleep improves every area of cognitive and physical performance · Why nailing your nutrition is easier than you might think To get more from Marc, visit his website, read his book Peak, and follow him on Instagram.
The Best Hang goes deep on Max's courtside experience at Canada Basketball's GLOBLJAM, a review of the Adam Sandler movie “Hustle”, and why working on a sketch show is the perfect thing for Shane to do. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Basketball Writer for Raptors.com, CBCSports.ca and Complex.ca, Vivek Jacob, joins Game Play to chat about the developing trade storylines surrounding Kevin Durant, his opinion on a potential Durant-Toronto Raptors trade, why Scottie Barnes shouldn't be involved in a swap for Durant, the latest on NBA Free Agency, Canada Basketball qualifiers and more.
Mike and Jason aim their focus back on JT Miller following the signing of Brock Boeser. How will things shake out over the next week or so? Canada Basketball play-by-play man Eric Smith joins the show as our men are 6-0 in FIBA World Cup Qualifying.This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty and Greg Balloch. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
TSN 1050 Raptors Radio Analyst Jevohn Shepherd joins Game Play to discuss about the swirling Kevin Durant-Toronto Raptors trade speculations, Canada Basketball's successful World Cup Qualifiers, preview to matchup vs. Virgin Islands, the exhilaration of his first pitch at the Toronto Blue Jays game and more.
In the first hour of Game Play, Matt Cauz gets into why it's time for the Canadian men's national basketball team to step up. Then Matt is joined by TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg to preview what he expects in NBA free agency this year and Canada Basketball's game against the Dominican Republic in Vancouver.
Andrew Nicholson, former Orlando Magic and longtime member of the Senior Mens' National Team for Canada Basketball, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Andrew sits down with your boy Matty to share his career and time in the game of basketball thus far. Andrew tells Matty about growing up in Mississauga and playing at Father Goetz High School; where he started to use basketball as a tool for his education. Andrew talks about his college career at St. Bonaventure University where he has his #44 jersey retired and forever enshrined. Andrew describes being drafted 19th overall in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic, NBA life and how his career has now taken him overseas with time in China and Korea. And you know Andrew takes us into his time with Canada Basketball; telling Matty what playing for Canada has meant to him. Much love to Andrew Nicholson for joining us on Canada Hoops!
TV Analyst for TSN and NBA TV Canada Leo Rautins joins Game Play to recap the NBA Draft. Rautins shares his thoughts on the Raptors selecting Christian Koloko in the second round of the NBA Draft, the trade rumours surrounding OG Anunoby, Shaedon Sharpe and Bennedict Mathurin making Canadian basketball history last night, and more.
Guest: Carly Clarke, Ryerson Head Coach Ryerson head coach Carly Clarke joins the Basketball Podcast to share insights on utilizing strengths and winning with your personnel. This past season Carly Clarke took home her first U SPORTS Coach of the Year, doing so on the heels of a dominant showing in the competition on their way to a conference regular season title, a conference tournament title and a national championship to cap an undefeated season. The accolade and success are just the latest in what has been a triumphant stretch for Clarke, as she also served as the Canadian national senior women's team assistant coach at the Tokyo Games this past summer. Clarke remains with the national program as the team works towards the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Clarke has been head coach at Ryerson since June 2012, and part of Canadian national team programming for the last 10 years. She has won 2 OUA conference Championships and had 5 final 8 national championship appearances in 9 years. Internationally she has been head coach for 2 world championship medals and been a part of a number of staff that have won medals. The 2021-22 season was historic for Carly Clarke, leading the Rams to an undefeated season, culminating in an OUA and U SPORTS national title. The team went 14-0 through conference play, then concluded the OUA season with a 22-point fourth quarter comeback to claim the Critelli Cup for the program's second provincial title. The team was ranked No. 1 heading into the Final 8 national championship, and the Rams defeated UPEI, Brock, and Winnipeg en route to the team's first national championship and only the second for any team at the university. Clarke was recognized with her first conference and national awards, winning the OUA Coach of the Year and U SPORTS Coach of the Year awards. At the end of the season, she was also named the OUA Coach of the Year across all sports. As head coach the Canadian U19 Junior Women's National Team, Clarke led the squad to its first ever medal at the World Cup, claiming the bronze medal with a victory over Japan in July of 2017. Prior to joining the Rams, Clarke spent three seasons in the head coaching position at UPEI. The Halifax, N.S. native and Level III NCCP certified coach has garnered both national and international accolades working with Canada Basketball as well as various provincial sport organizations. Breakdown 1:00 - COVID Years 5:00 - Team Experience 8:00 - Psychological Safety 10:00 - Celebrating Errors 13:00 - Strong Hand, Weak Hand 17:00 - Building Defense 18:49 - 19:47 - JUST PLAY AD 20:00 - Off The Ball Cutting 22:30 - Defining Strengths 24:00 - Personnel 28:00 - Integration of a Sports Psychologist 32:00 - Defensive Decision Making 35:00 - Team Identity 35:32 - 36:15 - DR. DISH AD 39:00 - University Job 43:00 - Immerse in Learning 46:00 - Conclusion Carly Clarke's Bio: Bio: https://ryersonrams.ca/staff-directory/carly-clarke/178 (https://ryersonrams.ca/staff-directory/carly-clarke/178) Twitter: https://twitter.com/carly_clarke (https://twitter.com/carly_clarke) Basketball Immersion Website:http://basketballimmersion.com/ ( http://basketballimmersion.com/) Twitter:https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en ( https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=en) YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion ( https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersion) Facebook:https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion ( https://facebook.com/basketballimmersion) Immersion Videos: Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com/ (https://www.immersionvideos.com/)
It's the 2nd Annual Canadian Basketball Awards presented by Canada Hoops! Our guy and Canada Basketball Specialist, Scott Witter, pulls up to chat with Matty about this years awards. The fanbase voted, Scott and Matty made their picks: Now it's time to see who everyone chose for the Canadian NBA MVP, Canadian NBA Defensive Player of the Year, Most Improved Canadian in the NBA and more. And you know Scott is going to give us his MVP and more for our Canadian players in Europe. Scott and Matty also discuss the recent "summer core" announced by Canada Basketball for the SMNT, the NBA Draft with respect to the Canadians entering the Draft and the commitment announcement from Elijah Fisher as he heads to play for the Texas Tech Red Raiders this fall. It's always a great conversation with our man Scott Witter so much love to Scott for pulling up on Canada Hoops!
Mzhiphop breaks-down the entire meaning of J Cole and Andre' 3000 The Promised Land with facts & talks about the mental health of Andre' 3000 and J Cole new signed contract to Canada Basketball team! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mzhiphop/message
JD, Blake and Ailish discuss the Blue Jays' 6-3 win over the Angels on Thursday, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. taking Shohei Ohtani deep for his second homer in as many games, George Springer setting the tone with a leadoff dinger, and Teoscar Hernandez's absence from the lineup. Then, the team weighs in on the Golden State Warriors returning to the NBA Finals and Andrew Wiggins' redemptive career arc (17:58). Afterwards, Canada Basketball CEO Michael Bartlett stops by to chat about the organization's vision for the senior men's national team and Wiggins' relationship with the program. Bartlett also reveals the preliminary list of athletes that have committed to Canada's U-23 men's and women's teams for this summer's GLOBL JAM tournament (26:51). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
On Thu.'s ep. of No Dunks, the guys discuss Jaylen Brown leading the Celtics' second-half turnaround in Game 5, whether KD reportedly not speaking to the Nets' front office is cause for concern, Tatum's issues with the All-NBA voting rules, the NBA eyeing expansion into Seattle and Las Vegas, what to watch for in Game 5 of the West Finals, Canada Basketball commitments, and more.
Nazem Kadri nets a hat trick after facing death threats and racist comments. We tee up game 4 of the BoA. Jeff Blair says the Jays need to add a lefty bat to fix their hitting woes and wonders if there is a big shake-up looming. Mike Grange on the latest with Canada Basketball. Nick Kypreos shares his thoughts on McDavid drawing comparisons with the likes of Gretzky & Mario. Grant Fuhr joins to talk about the Battle of Alberta and discusses goalies getting run in the playoffs. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Jeff Blair, co-host of Blair and Barker and Jays Talk, joins the show to discuss the Blue Jays' offence erupting for 8 runs in St. Louis on Tuesday, the team's ongoing struggles with runners in scoring position, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s improved approach at the plate last night, his head-to-head matchup against Shohei Ohtani on Thursday, and Charlie Montoyo's job security. Afterwards, JD, Blake and Ailish weigh in on Canada Basketball unveiling a new three-pillar plan for the Canadian men's national team and the 14 athletes that have made a three-year commitment to the program (30:24). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Will Lou is joined by The FAN Morning Show's Blake Murphy to discuss how injuries have dominated the Eastern Conference Finals, Miami's reliance on a 36-year-old Kyle Lowry, how Andrew Wiggins has found a perfect role with the Warriors, and an appreciation for Golden State's decade-long run (01:29). Later, Will and Blake discuss Canada Basketball's path towards qualifying for the 2024 Olympics and Jalen Harris signing with the CEBL's Scarborough Shooting Stars (31:00). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
When it comes to health and fitness, one of the biggest challenges in the digital age is information overload. Whether you're excited about running or cycling, ketogenic diets or intermittent fasting, you can get so far lost down a rabbit hole of research that you never manage to actually get started. On this week's podcast we meet Marc Bubbs, a coach and nutritionist, who helps pro athletes and people from all walks of life in middle age and beyond set appropriate targets and reasonable goals to achieve above average fitness. Listen and learn: Why most of us consume 40% of our calories after 6pm The risk of non-functional overload (do we mean overtraining?) How just 10 sets of exercises per body part per week can make a huge difference Why consuming 1.2g of protein per kg of body weight can be a game changer Links Marc Bubbs Website ABOUT OUR GUEST Marc Bubbs is the Director of Performance Nutrition for Canada Basketball and consultant performance nutritionist for Olympic athletes. He's the author of Peak: The New Science of Performance and Peak 40. Nutritional Tip of the Week How much protein Like the Show? Leave us a Review on iTunes
Junior Cadougan, Canadas' Own, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Junior sits down with Matty to share his incredible basketball and life story. A story of true determination, perseverance, tragedy and TRIUMPH! From the storied halls and court of Eastern Commerce, AAU summers with Grassroots Canada, Marquette University and a shot with the Milwaukee Bucks , plus the CEBL, Junior opens his heart to share his basketball ride so far. Junior tells Matty what playing for Canada Basketball means to him and shares who some of his favourite teammates are. And you know Junior drops a dope Top 5 of all time for Canada Basketball on us! The grind never stops for Canadas' Own. Much love to Junior Cadougan for joining us on Canada Hoops!
ONE HUNDRED, y'all!! For number 100 we're doing a special two-part episode with the greatest dunker who's ever existed. Vinsanity, or Air Canada, aka Vince Carter, joins Knuckleheads. The 22-year NBA legend sits down on Part 2 of this show to discuss his famous dunks, his post-Toronto NBA career, some of his legendary teammates and just which stat proves that he brought way more to the game than his epic dunks. Tune in for more never-before-heard stories from the one and only Vince Carter! Olympic team and THE DUNK (0:00) Going to the Nets, playing with Jason Kidd and Richard Jefferson (5:00) Antawn Jamison, the Orlando Magic, and which era of basketball is the best (7:52) NBA Top 75 list, his famous nicknames and favorite dunks (13:09) All-time three-point leader list, playing in Memphis with Zach Randolph, Mike Conley and Pau Gasol (28:20) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here's why Tyrese Maxey is Philadelphia's x-factor against the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Playoffs. There's some great insight from Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse and former Canada Basketball forward Dwight Walton. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Another missed call costs the Oilers. The Raptors get bullied by the Bulls. The roundtable (23:00) breaks down the NHL trade deadline's best and worst deals. We preview Canada's World Cup Qualifying match in Costa Rica. Ben Wagner (52:00) says the Jays have the best rotation in MLB. Plus, Canada Basketball's BIG announcement! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Guests: Nick Schneider, Goaltender, U of A Golden Bears Hockey Team. Paul Sir, Executive Director, Basketball Alberta and Managing Director, 3x3 Basketball Development, Canada Basketball. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Calgary man, Jordan Jensen-Whyte, pulls up on Canada Hoops! Jordan joins Matty to share his basketball story. Jordan talks about loving the game from an early age, looking up to his brother Josh Whyte and playing at Western Canada High in Calgary. Jordan tells Matty about playing for Coach Kevin Hanson at the University of British Columbia and shares memories of playing with Conor Morgan another UBC star. Jordan tells Matty about starting his pro career with the St. Johns Edge alongside the Canada Basketball legend Carl English and Jordan shares his grind and perseverance after suffering a tough ACL injury. Jordan talks about representing Canada in FIBA 3X3 alongside other Alberta Basketball greats Kyle Landry, Steve Sir and Jermaine Bucknor. And you know Jordan drops a great Top 5 of all time for Canada Basketball. Much love to Jordan Jensen-Whyte for joining us on Canada Hoops!
Pratik Patel is a former NFL coach specializing in nutrition and strength. He now consults high-impact individuals on their health and lifestyle. Marc Bubbs is Canada Basketball's performance nutritionist, as well as being the bestselling author of PEAK: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports. You can follow Pratik and Marc on Twitter. Where Others Won't is recorded in Toronto, Canada, and was created by Cody Royle and Adam Esker. Learn more about Cody at: www.codyroyle.com