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Hier sind die Links: https://linktr.ee/NBAFanPodcast Am Besten hört ihr den Pod kostenlos bei Apple Podcasts, damit gebt ihr maximalen Support: Link zu Apple Podcasts (kostenlos) In der heutigen Episode bringt euch der NBA Fan Podcast Antworten auf die Frage: Wer wird zum ersten Mal NBA Allstar? Gast: Jochen (NBA 4 My Heart Podcast). Hört gerne auch mal dort rein: NBA4MyHeart Viel Spaß mit dieser Episode! Ab sofort könnt ihr den NBA Fan Podcast auch auf steady supporten, werde NBA Fan Podcast Supporter: https://steadyhq.com/de/nba-fan-podcast68/about ab (00:00:42) Wie viele Spots gibt es für neue Allstars? Jochen und Steffen diskutieren, wer aus dem Allstar-Game vom letzten Jahr auch dieses Jahr wieder sicher dabei ist. Steph, Giannis und Luka? Sicher. Aber was ist mit Harden, CP3, Allen oder Gobert? Außerdem: Wie viele First Time Allstars gab es in den letzten 25 Jahren? Was haben Blake Griffin, Yao Ming und Tim Duncan gemeinsam? ab (28:07) Wer wird das erste Mal Allstar? Jochen und Steffen wählen abwechselnd und nacheinander ihre Picks. Wer ist dabei? Und vor allem: Welches Team wird mehr First Time Allstars haben - Team Jochen oder Team Steffen? Findet es heraus, die Auflösung erfolgt dann zum Allstar Game. Schreibt gerne in den Kommentaren auch eure eigenen Favoriten. Wenn euch der Pod gefällt, lasst gerne auch ein Abo und / oder Like da auf Social Media: https://twitter.com/NBA_Fan_Podcast https://www.instagram.com/nba_fan_podcast/ Oder auch bei Tiktok: NBA Fan Podcast bei Tiktok Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.
Hier sind die Links: https://linktr.ee/NBAFanPodcast Am Besten hört ihr den Pod kostenlos bei Apple Podcasts, damit gebt ihr maximalen Support: Link zu Apple Podcasts (kostenlos) In der heutigen Episode bringt euch der NBA Fan Podcast Antworten auf die Frage: Wer wird zum ersten Mal NBA Allstar? Gast: Jochen (NBA 4 My Heart Podcast). Hört gerne auch mal dort rein: NBA4MyHeart Viel Spaß mit dieser Episode! Ab sofort könnt ihr den NBA Fan Podcast auch auf steady supporten, werde NBA Fan Podcast Supporter: https://steadyhq.com/de/nba-fan-podcast68/about ab (00:00:42) Wie viele Spots gibt es für neue Allstars? Jochen und Steffen diskutieren, wer aus dem Allstar-Game vom letzten Jahr auch dieses Jahr wieder sicher dabei ist. Steph, Giannis und Luka? Sicher. Aber was ist mit Harden, CP3, Allen oder Gobert? Außerdem: Wie viele First Time Allstars gab es in den letzten 25 Jahren? Was haben Blake Griffin, Yao Ming und Tim Duncan gemeinsam? ab (28:07) Wer wird das erste Mal Allstar? Jochen und Steffen wählen abwechselnd und nacheinander ihre Picks. Wer ist dabei? Und vor allem: Welches Team wird mehr First Time Allstars haben - Team Jochen oder Team Steffen? Findet es heraus, die Auflösung erfolgt dann zum Allstar Game. Schreibt gerne in den Kommentaren auch eure eigenen Favoriten. Wenn euch der Pod gefällt, lasst gerne auch ein Abo und / oder Like da auf Social Media: https://twitter.com/NBA_Fan_Podcast https://www.instagram.com/nba_fan_podcast/ Oder auch bei Tiktok: NBA Fan Podcast bei Tiktok
In this edition of Throwback Hoops we were thrilled to have Jacinta Govind back on to the show to talk all things basketball including a FIBA World Cup Preview We also showed some great jerseys and previewed the Perth Wildcats and Tasmania Jack Jumpers Please make sure you LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! Video Chapters 0:00 Kick Off 4:16 Throwback Jerseys for the week- Steph Talbot, Casey Prather, Yao Ming and Steve Carfino 13:26 NBL Blitz and Team Previews (Perth Wildcats and Tasmania JackJumpers) 34:58 FIBA Womens World Cup Preview with Jacinta 53:30 Jacinta and Rob talked about season 1 of their NBL1 Commentator Roles 61:14 Outro Please sit back and enjoy and spread the word about Throwback Hoops. Much love Rob and Woody V
Homer is hired to present the Superbowl Halftime show, after Lebron James, Tom Brady, Yao Ming, Michelle Kwan and Warren Sapp employ him as their "taunt" coach. Meanwhile, Flanders takes it upon himself to make violent biblical films. Support the show for EARLY ACCESS & EXCLUSIVE CONTENT at patreon.com/fourfingerdiscount
Wir haben mit Misan Haldin, früher Nikagbatse, über seinen Poster-Dunk gegen Yao Ming gesprochen und beleuchtet, was er aus der Zeit mit Dirk mitgenommen hat. Dazu sprechen wir darüber was es benötigt, ein Profi zu sein, wann er gemerkt hat, dass er Basketball so richtig liebt und über seine neue Passion: Das Trainieren von Kindern.
Welcome back to the Bill Bradley Collective, where this week we continue our season-long focus on sportswashing with a conversation centered on NBA business interests in China. Basketball exploded in the PRC upon native son Yao Ming's arrival to the league as the first overall pick in the 2002 draft. Since then, the NBA has grown into China's most popular sports brand and in return the league oversees a large piece in the operation of NBA China, valued in total at over $4 billion. This relationship is wildly controversial, and the circumstances of such form the crux of this discussion. Join us as we examine China's authoritarian regime and the ongoing atrocities being committed; a pro-Hong Kong tweet from the phone of NBA GM Daryl Morey that upended the China/NBA relationship for nearly three years; the league's response to the tweet and the bipartisan condemnation of said response from American politicians; LeBron James' place in withholding criticism of Chinese oppression; and finally a consideration of whether this partnership of league and nation, however troubling, explicitly constitutes “sportswashing” when compared to Saudi-financed endeavors within professional golf and the English Premier League.
In Part Two of Laurie's interview with Peter Knights, the founder and president of WildAid, Laurie and Peter discuss the "difference maker" celebrities—Danai Gurira, Yao Ming, His Royal Highness Prince William, Lupita Nyong'o, David Beckham, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jackie Chan, Sir Richard Branson, and Maggie Q—who work tirelessly with Peter and how their efforts are saving precious lives and paving the way toward long-lasting change in the fight for animal advocacy. WILDAID: https://wildaid.org/LAURIE HOOD & ALAQUA: https://alaqua.org/ABOUT LAURIE HOOD'S DIFFERENCE MAKERSOur podcast series celebrates the work of animal advocates from around the globe who have dedicated their lives to animal protection and safety. These "difference makers" are doing extraordinary things to help all types of animals protect their overall welfare. In each episode, Laurie and her guests exchange larger-than-life tales of triumphs and setbacks, discuss how they got started advocating for animals, all the while inspiring others to join their movement. It is a must watch for all animal lovers and a rallying cry to help create much needed and lasting change in our society. Whether you watch or listen to the podcasts, our hope is that you will be entertained, informed, inspired, and encouraged to get involved—in your own community or across the globe.
Peter Knights is one of the biggest names in wildlife conservation and advocacy. As founder and president of WildAid, he may be the most influential "difference maker" of our time. In Part One of Laurie Hood's two part interview, Peter describes how he began his life's work as a wildlife trafficking investigator and ultimately founded WildAid, the global leader in the concept of demand reduction—which vigorously combats the illegal wildlife trade, a multi-billion-dollar global industry largely driven by consumer demand. Peter has attracted A-list celebrities—including Danai Gurira, Yao Ming, High Royal Highness Prince William, Lupita Nyong'o, David Beckham, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jackie Chan, Sir Richard Branson, and Maggie Q—and raised millions of dollars of free advertising to lower the demand for animal products by asking worldwide audiences to embrace the message: "When the buying stops, the killing can too."** LEARN MORE **Our combined work depends upon your donations and support to keep pushing forward and making real change in animals' lives. We encourage you to learn more about the "differences" our guests are bringing to the foreground for animals of all kinds. Links below.WILDAID: https://wildaid.org/LAURIE HOOD & ALAQUA: https://alaqua.org/ABOUT LAURIE HOOD'S DIFFERENCE MAKERSOur podcast series celebrates the work of animal advocates from around the globe who have dedicated their lives to animal protection and safety. These "difference makers" are doing extraordinary things to help all types of animals protect their overall welfare. In each episode, Laurie and her guests exchange larger-than-life tales of triumphs and setbacks, discuss how they got started advocating for animals, all the while inspiring others to join their movement. It is a must watch for all animal lovers and a rallying cry to help create much needed and lasting change in our society. Whether you watch or listen to the podcasts, our hope is that you will be entertained, informed, inspired, and encouraged to get involved—in your own community or across the globe.
On this edition of Road Trippin', the crew is joined in studio by Duncan Robinson, Miami Heat Forward & host of The Long Shot Podcast. Duncan, RJ & Channing take you through a short list of "hard to guard" players that blew their minds on the court (Shaq, Yao Ming, Giannis, Kyrie) and which players blew their minds (with their mouths) in the trash talk department. Duncan also explains the challenges of playing pro ball in a city like Miami, and how the team has protocols in place to keep its squad in check. He also explains his unlikely journey from D3 Williams College to the NBA, and pokes fun at the differences between enrolling at a basketball school vs a football school. Allie, Richard & Channing need your help! Please click HERE to fill out a quick 3 minute listener survey on the show and you'll be entered to win a $200 Amazon gift card! Like what you hear on Road Trippin'? Check out our new DON'T TRIP PODCAST today! Have a question or topic for our next show? Text or leave us a VM at 657-522-5578 (6575-CALLRT) Cheers! ► YouTube!
Shane Battier jumps on Forgotten Seasons to relive a memorable year in H-Town. This 2009 Rockets squad won 53 games and finished as a 5 seed in a loaded Western Conference. Their playoffs starting 5 was Aaron Brooks, Battier, Ron Artest, Luis Scola and Yao Ming. T-Mac's season is cut short in February due to microfracture knee surgery. In the postseason, Houston rallied past Brandon Roy and Portland in Round 1 to set up an epic 7-game WCSF vs the Lakers. Battier was the primary matchup vs Bean, which, as he explains, comes with both mental and physical tests. Follow Forgotten Seasons (@forgottenseasonsnba) and Showtime Basketball (@shobasketball) for more.
Michael Brown and Jeremy Brener breaks down Yao Ming's legacy and his impact on the Houston Rockets and the rest of the league. Topics include, but are not limited to: Is he closer to legend status or bum status? How do his statistics match up against other all star caliber players of his time? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael Brown talks about the best prospects for the Houston Rockets Mount Rushmore. Players discussed include, but are not limited to: Hakeem Olajuwon, Yao Ming, Clyde Drexler, Ralph Sampson, and Moses Malone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Tue.'s ep. of No Dunks, the guys rank the 13 tallest players in NBA history: Yao Ming, Manute Bol, Shawn Bradley, etc. Who makes your S-tier? ⚾️ Check out the premiere episode of No Bunts: https://youtu.be/xL14sHLLwVU
We decided to kick off the summer with a little MAGIC! Andy sits down with the great Earvin "Magic" Johnson at his offices in Los Angeles, in the spring of 2018. Andy & Magic talk about their friendship over the last 40 years, Magic's favorite shots of Andy's, the impact of the Lakers & Celtics rivalry thru the Showtime era, his relationship with Dr. Jerry Buss, his reconciliation with Isiah Thomas, and his role as Lakers President! Magic discusses playing on Team USA with Larry Bird in 1978, the start of he & Larry's friendship after a Converse commercial shoot, his favorite Lakers Championship team, "the Spencer Haywood Rule", his HIV Awareness campaign in China with Yao Ming, and Magic reacts to some of Andy's most iconic photos. Original Air Date: April 9, 2018.
John promised to stop singing the Curtis Blow hit (”We're playin' baaaaaaasketbaaaaaaallllllll….”) if you promise to listen and use this lesson on verbs and cheers any basketball fan might need. In this podcast, learn how to cheer on your team in Mandarin Chinese. At least you'll make Yao Ming feel at home. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/0392
John promised to stop singing the Curtis Blow hit (”We're playin' baaaaaaasketbaaaaaaallllllll….”) if you promise to listen and use this lesson on verbs and cheers any basketball fan might need. In this podcast, learn how to cheer on your team in Mandarin Chinese. At least you'll make Yao Ming feel at home. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/0392
Cat is in the building! The original NBA fashion icon, Cuttino Mobley, joins Quentin and Darius on Knuckleheads. Cat talks about it all, including his rise from Philly to the league, playing with Scottie, Barkley and The Dream his rookie year, and the pride he has for the Clippers. And do not miss him talking about balling out with Steve Francis in Houston! Playing with Scottie Pippen, Charles Barkley, and Hakeem Olajuwon (22:00ish) Getting Steve Francis, their dynamic duo (31:35) Yao Ming coming to the Rockets and those Shaq-Yao matchups (42:15) Going to Orlando, playing with rookie Dwight Howard (57:20) Being the OG NBA Fashion Guy (1:02:25) About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads: Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Levy, a globetrotting senior US sports executive with a stellar resume and decades of achievements in the NBA. Get an inside scoop into the growth of the NBA internationally, and Scott's role and journey over more than two decades with the organization. Key Highlights Passion for traveling inspired early after University, starting in the advertising world with Y&R and McCann-Erickson in New York City with a goal to combine his passion with work Joining the NBA in 1996 working in marketing and moving in Media and international television distribution His first decade at the NBA unpacked (1996-2006) Massive growth of global distribution, especially country by country deals – media a big focus of then Commissioner David Stern Over 20 deals in China alone, Shanghai Media story Clear strategy to keep everything in house, not using agencies – Scott explains the reason behind it David Stern, always pushing his team to get better, be the most educated guy in the room The impact of players on growth, Yao Ming, Dirk Nowitzki and the US superstars from MJ to Kobe Bryant The different impacts of Yao and Dirk in their respective territories, Kobe and LeBron, social media exploits and travelling the globe Teams travelling globally to promote the League (pre-season games), comparing to European/UK Football Clubs. Decisions are centralized and coordinated by the League Initially teams often didn't want to travel (Coaches preferred to train at home for pre-season) and now it's a part of their global brand and team building Teams been travelling since the 90s, first in Japan, up to 6-8 teams now regularly travelling each year, mostly teams playing each other Teams now using Tours to expand fan base, bring in new sponsors, etc, also driven by more diverse group of NBA Team owners MJ Global Sports & Media – short 2-3 year break as consultant Back into the NBA for the second round (2009-2022) Coming back as SVP & Managing Director for NBA Asia based in Hong Kong His role, everything in region excluding Greater China (separate NBA China office), firstly “learn about Asia” Philippines, highest basketball affinity in the world – mad about the game – Eric Spoelstra visiting the Philippines India, important market and development started a decade ago Basketball Africa League (BAL) success and model, potential for other regions? NBA Digital platforms (NBA League Pass) – variety of feeds (Player, Refs & Mascot cams) different languages, local influencers calling a game in local language, different packages, fourth quarter pass, etc. Very customized to each region and country. As low as US$ 20 dollars (correction to US$ 10 dollars comment) per season Rakuten, important partnership in Japan (media partner) and globally Short form content, very important for engagement, vertical video format, finding the right mix, longer content demand growing (20-60 min) Local partnerships, depends on country, ie. Philippines, Australia and China has strong local partnerships Junior NBA program – healthy livestyle focus, more opportunities to grow with local partners Scott leaving the NBA, becoming a digital nomad, spending time between Asia and US – next moves Consulting companies in Web 3 space NBA Top Shot, NBA an early adopter in NFT space – US$ 1 billion dollar worth of transaction Scott sees exponential growth in the Web3 space from metaverse to Dao's – still early days NB2K – a form of a metaverse already, NBA Fortnite – NBA All-Star Game content (16 million visiting NBA Hub in Fortnite) His focus is on being heavily immersed in this space in the foreseeable future on his own Final words on the current NBA Play-offs and teams in the Conference Finals About SCOTT LEVY, Executive Vice President & Managing Director, NBA Asia As Executive Vice President & Managing Director of NBA Asia, Scott Levy oversees development and expansion of the NBA's branding and basketball initiatives in Asia-Pacific, including Australia, India, Japan, Philippines, South Korea and other countries across Southeast Asia and Oceania. Levy directs all of NBA Asia and NBA India's business groups, including media distribution, marketing and marketing partnerships, merchandising, events, digital media, and gaming. Levy reports to NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum. Since Levy's arrival in 2009, the league has dramatically expanded its local partnerships in Asia-Pacific, resulting in more than 460 retail locations and e-commerce sites, multiple new media and marketing partnerships, the launch of the Jr. NBA across Southeast Asia, and amassing more than 35 million followers from Asia across the league's social media accounts. From 2006 to 2009, Levy ran his own consulting company, MJ Global Sports and Media Inc. Levy previously worked for the NBA for 10 years and left as Senior Vice President, International Television and Marketing Partnerships. During his tenure, Levy helped grow broadcast distribution for NBA programming to more than 200 countries and 40 languages. Under his leadership, the NBA launched many new content offerings internationally, including NBA TV, the league's 24-hour network. Prior to beginning his first NBA stint in 1996, Levy traveled independently and extensively throughout China, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Levy is on the board of the Global Health Society, a nonprofit organization that conducts camps and develops programs for children with bleeding disorders. He has competed in multi-sport and adventure races, including the New York Marathon, Oxfam Japan Trailwalker and many triathlons raising funds for Fred's Team and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Levy is based in Hong Kong with his wife Ilene and sons Matthew and Joshua. 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This is the weekly newspaper column.Wine and sports 6-1-2022In the antediluvian 20th century, you likely associated beer with sporting events and athletes. Today, in the bright, shining enlightenment of the 21st century, wine can claim its spot alongside beer as a sports libation. Beer guzzlers would demure—likely with a belch—but they would be wrong.Major sports venues have upgraded both their food and drink offerings. Wine is available by the cup and can. Higher-end wines are available by the bottle in luxury suites.Several major sports pros are associated with wine, and not just by slapping their name on a label. Basketball superstar Yao Ming is actively involved in Yao Family Wines. San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has been a part-owner of the Oregon-based A to Z Wineworks since 2006.Yao Ming in his fermentation roomFootball stars and coaches are winery owners. Drew Bledsoe owns Doubleback Cellars, Bledsoe Family Wines, and Bledsoe-McDaniels. John Elway owns 7Cellars. Former NFL quarterbacks Dan Marino and Damon Huard own Passing Time. Super Bowl-winning coach Dick Vermeil owns Vermeil Wines. He sources grapes from a vineyard his grandfather picked as a vineyard laborer.Charles Woodson at his wineryFormer Oakland Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson co-owns Intercept and TwentyFour by Charles Woodson. TwentyFour is high-end Napa; Intercept is a more accessible line of Paso Robles wines.Race car driver Kevin Buckler—a 24 Hours of Le Mans winner, plus another 99 professional victories—owns Adobe Road. As you might imagine, his wines have a racing tie: The 24, Shift, Redline, Apex.Dusty Baker, Greg Vaughn, and Tom Seaver are just some baseball star winery owners. Golf star winery owners include Ernie Els, Cristie Kerr, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Gary Player, Annika Sorenstam, Jan Stephenson, and Nick Faldo.Obviously, there are different motivations, but there is one somewhat general theme. Athletes understand vintage. Each year challenges you to make the most of what nature and happenstance present to you. Everything may go right, things may go wrong. In sports, in winemaking.Tasting notes:• A to Z Wineworks Bubbles Oregon Rosé Wine: Crisp, creamy with good acidity. Fun and whimsy here. Four-pack of 250 ml cans, $20 Link to my review• Adobe Road Apex Sonoma County Red Wine 2016: Delicious with complexity and depth. Drinks like a high-end Left Bank Bordeaux. $76-80 Link to my review• Yao Family Wines Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Yao Ming 2016: Bold, vibrant, toweringly delicious. This is major wine, with concomitant price. $85-100Last round: What word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it? “Short.”Thank you for reading Gus Clemens on Wine. This post is public so feel free to share it.Email: email@example.comNewsletter: gusclemens.substack.comWebsite: gusclemensonwine.comFacebook: Gus Clemens on Wine facebook.com/GusClemensOnWine/posts/Twitter: @gusclemensLinks worth exploringDiary of a Serial Hostess is a weekly column about the ins and outs of entertaining at home and witty anecdotes of life in the stylish lane. How-to's and advice from yours truly, the Serial Hostess.As We Eat is a multi-platform storytelling project exploring how food connects, defines, and inspires.Balanced Diet by Charlotte Rutledge is a rotating selection of original recipes, curated links pertaining to the food system, and recipe reviews. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit gusclemens.substack.com/subscribe
Iain Roberts has devoted his entire career to the world of golf. He turned professional in the 1970's and competed on the European Tour with the likes of Seve Ballesteros, however, he really made his name behind the scenes. He is one of a rare breed of PGA Master Professionals, has been tournament director of A-list tournaments, counts Gary Player as a personal friend and even taught Yao Ming how to play golf. Join me as we journey through some amazing stories of Iain's 40+ years in the world of professional golf.
Tracy McGrady on his new pro one-on-one league, his current favorite player in the NBA, Joel Embiid and the MVP, when he first saw the Mamba Mentality in a teenage Kobe, playing with Yao Ming and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On the show today, New York Times bestselling author and longtime Esquire writer, Cal Fussman. He is also the host of the Big Questions podcast I first came across Cal's work more than 6 years ago when I heard him interviewed by well known podcaster Tim Ferriss. I was immediately drawn to Cal's amazing ability to tell stories. As you will see in our conversation today, Cal has a very special way with words.For many years, Cal wrote the ‘What I've Learned' column for Esquire magazine where he had the chance to interview world class leaders from various fields. Here is just a small list of some of the brilliant people he has interviewed over the years:Mikhail Gorbachev, Jimmy Carter, Joe Biden, Ted Kennedy, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Al Pacino, George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Bruce Springsteen, Dr. Dre, Quincy Jones, Woody Allen, Barbara Walters, Pelé, Yao Ming, Serena Williams, John Wooden, and he also spend a week with Muhammad Ali to write a cover feature about his life. According to Cal himself--"Questions have guided my life ever since I was seven years old and sent a letter with a question to the President of the United States, and got a reply. Over the years, questions have taken me around the world and into interviews with hundreds of the most talented, compelling and powerful people on earth.:In today's episode, Cal discusses the art of listening and the main reasons why he has devoted his life to reshaping health care. He also discussed, in detail, the lessons he learned from interviewing former Soviet Union leader Mikail Gorbachev in an Esquire article published in September 2008. Be sure to check out Cal's work at calfussman.com and subscribe to his wonderful podcast on Apple podcasts, Stitcher or Google podcasts or tune into his podcast website at calfussman.com/podcast. Connect With Cal:Twitter: https://twitter.com/calfussmanWebsite: https://www.calfussman.com/Big Questions PodcastCal's Keynote talk can be found hereMohammad Ali's Astounding Bursts of Physical Brilliance
The Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen and Greg Rajan chat about Feigen's experience covering the Rockets' rapid decline and rebuild, memorable characters and events from Feigen's time on the beat, the 20th anniversary of the Yao Ming draft lottery and its impact on the franchise's brand, other memorable stories Feigen has covered and more. More Houston Rockets coverage on HoustonChronicle.com. Support the show: https://offers.houstonchronicle.com/?offerid=125&origin=newsroom&ipid=podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NBA Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady discussed his NBA career with HoopsHype's Michael Scotto. The duo discussed McGrady being in trade talks for Scottie Pippen, what would've happened if he stayed with Vince Carter and the Raptors, if Tim Duncan joined the Magic, playing with Yao Ming, his NBA Top 75 snub, and his Ones Basketball League venture.
We talkin' legendary!! Tracy McGrady aka T-Mac, the hang dribble king and one of the purest hoopers to grace this sport, chops it up with Quentin and Darius on this episode of Knuckleheads. They get into what it was like to go against Vince in the most memorable Dunk Contest of all time, T-Mac's instant rise from bench player to superstar, and what it was like playing in Houston with Yao. Oh, and you don't want to miss the camel racing story…. Tune in!! ABCD Camps and being the No. 1 high school player in the nation (7:22) Signing a $12 million Adidas contract senior year (21:08) Toronto Raptors and playing with Vince Carter (33:10) Going to the Magic, what could have been with Grant Hill (43:01) His $19 million private jet (1:23:00) About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads: Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_oEpHy1IGw Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knuckleheadspodcast/?hl=en Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Knuckleheadspod/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we talk office snacks, college rec letters, the best TV channel, baby names, Yao Ming, 9 iron distances, robot athletes, catfished at work, frozen hogs, chocolate milk protests, GMOs are the new bots, your voicemails and a whole lot more.Panelists: Hmmx, Koozie. Follow @redactedradio_ on Instagram and Twitter, and @redactedradio on TikTok. Leave us a voicemail (225) 800-2415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Radley Mackenzie is the founder of SinoSports Development in Toronto, which received the Bronze Award in the education category at CCBC's 2020 Business Excellence Awards. SinoSports combines education and sports, arranging camps, coaching, and recruitment of Chinese athletes to Canadian private schools. Key takeaways from Radley:Sports help Chinese kids to be more well-rounded, something the traditional Chinese education system lacks.Drivers of sports development in China include top-down factors from government – it has benefits for public health and helps youth build character, grit, and leadership skills. Bottom-up drivers are parents recognizing the benefits of sports for their children.As with many Chinese sectors, there is a dizzying array of impressive numbers to consider. The National Development and Reform Commission has invested US$1.4 trillion into sport, including facilities and infrastructure. Youth sports participation was a $53b industry in 2018 and is growing 14%/year.People are watching sports on tv and on their mobile phones. A Douyin short video clip with ice hockey centre Connor McDavid did relatively poorly, only having 13 million viewers. Game 4 of the Stanley Cup had 60 million views, more than all the combined views in the US.Rapid-Fire Questions:Most popular sport in China? Basketball, with 600m fans and 300m participants. Soccer and swimming are also popular. Winter sports are growing, with more than a million figure skaters, and 20 million ski visits in 2019. Only about 10,000 people play hockey, but they are a sought-after demographic.Best-known professional athlete: Basketball player YAO Ming. Recommendation to better understand China – a book by Peter Martin called China's Civilian Army: The Making of Wolf Warrior Diplomacy.This multi-part miniseries is sponsored by SnapPay.
In Episode 3 of NBA Draft Rewind, Blake and Max redraft the 2002 NBA Draft. A draft that featured an icon in Yao Ming, a human highlight film in Amare Stoudamire, seemingly 15 power forwards and role players. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode, the Toronto natives rank current NBA teams, what they would do if they were the Cleveland Cavaliers at this very moment, and discuss forgotten NBA duos that missed their mark during their time together. (0:48) Felix and Boni rank NBA teams from "very disappointing" to "way above expectations"(10:11) Cleveland Cavaliers have gone beyond expectations this season, but if you were involved, how would you manage the Cavs going forward?(15:58) DeMar DeRozan and the Chicago Bulls: what makes him so good?(22:21) Felix gives us insight on one forgotten NBA duo that did not live up to their full potential: Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire(29:03) Boni gives insight on another forgotten NBA duo that did not live up to their full potential: Jason Kidd and Vince Carter(35:14) Felix mentions another forgotten duo: Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady(42:14) Boni mentions another forgotten duo: Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph(49:09) The boys end the episode with a classic game of Head-to-Head. The category: Marc Gasol's former teammatesFollow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.to / @hoopnbrandThinking of starting a podcast of your own? CLICK HERE!Full Court Press with Boni and FelixShop with our partners at hoopn: and use code "FULLCOURT" for 15% off your order
Meet China's most famous and insightful sports insider, Mark Dreyer, who's a regular commentator on the Chinese sports industry. Now that the Winter Olympics is just around the corner, we felt it was time to get Mark's opinion on sponsorships, the events, and what it's like in Beijing these days. Mark writes weekly columns for SupChina & SportsBusiness & is co-host of his own show, the China Sports Insider Podcast. Mark has also released his first book "Sporting Superpower: An Insider's View on China's Quest to Be the Best". 1. Mark's experience in Beijing 2008 2. I would love to see China win the World Cup 3. Can China win at team sports? 4. Winter Olympics: A covid games like no other 5. Will the Winter Olympics Encourage more winter sports? 6. Mark's bold predictions for the Winter Olympics: expect a breakthrough in sliding sports 7. Sport sponsorships are bleak (unless you're a local Chinese brand) 8. Eileen Gu will potentially be the face of the Winter Olympics 9. Impact of social media and sports players: CCTV has become a dinosaur 10. Will we be seeing NFT tokenized moments at the Olympics? 11. What will be the next big thing for sports sponsorships in China (It's not good news) 12. What about watching sports abroad? One bad tweet and you might be blacklisted 13. Sports amongst the middle class has grown significantly, but it can't get in the way of school 14. Yao Ming or Li Na? It's Li Na!
Mati y Richi vuelven a la carga para comentar la tensa situación que viven los Lakers con los rumores sobre la salida de Frank Vogel, el rol de Westbrook y el papel de LeBron James; los inexplicables malos números de Steph Curry; teorías de la conspiración sobre la lesión de Durant y la estrategia de los Nets con Kyrie Irving; y el rollo de tapados del Este de los Miami Heat. Además: Enes Freedom Kanter se enfrenta a Yao Ming y al régimen Chino, la sanción a Grayson Allen por su falta antideportiva a Caruso, unas declaraciones bizarras John Stockton, una oferta de los Lakers por Jerami Grant y la extraña estrategia de los Sixers con Ben Simmons. Nos puedes encontrar también en TWITTER , INSTAGRAM y TIKTOK. ¡Y si estás leyendo esto recuerda suscribirte al podcast, activar las campanitas, compartirlo y darnos 5 estrellas! ¡Un abrazo!
Litauen har på senare tid retat upp Kina genom att närma sig Taiwan. Hör våra korrespondenter förklara bakgrund och konsekvenser av triangeldramat mellan länderna. Dessutom får vi följa med Kinakorrespondenten Björn Djurberg bakom kulisserna när han träffar två av landets viktigaste kändisar basketstjärnan Yao Ming och författaren Yan Lianke.Medverkande: Björn Djurberg, Kinakorrespondent, Lubna El-Shanti, ÖstersjökorrespondentProgramledare: Helene BennoProducent: Kajsa BoglindTekniker: Christer Tjernell
Topics Discussed and Key Points:● China's football landscape● Why football has a more active fanbase than basketball in China● Grassroots football in China● How prioritization of education over almost all else impacts sport culture in China● The biggest football teams in China and their dynamic with fans● Chinese football and the Chinese government● Where Chinese football players need to improve on a tactical level● Covering football in China as a foreign journalist● The future of football in China Episode Summary:Today on The Negotiation, we talk with Cameron Wilson, a writer on all things Chinese football published by World Soccer, The Guardian, and AFP. He is the Founding Editor of Wild East Football.Football has been “on the go” in China since 1994 but has had uneven development since its introduction. From corruption scandals to failed investments in an attempt to give local players a platform on the world stage, Cameron says that Chinese football “is in a bad place” up until today.Cameron names another issue regarding the slow growth of football in China as the lack of a grassroots system. As with other sports in the country, attempts at development very much come top-down—and so far, there has been no Yao Ming of football to inspire the youth. The relatively low interest in building the national player base is further compounded by the fact that parents continue to push education as a priority above all else.Chinese football, according to Cameron, is probably “too tactical” for their own good. That is, there is very little if any, encouragement to be creative on the pitch, as opposed to the football culture of the West.Finally, Cameron speaks on the difficulty of being able to paint a full, well-rounded picture of Chinese football as a foreign journalist, considering there is a lot of suspicion toward the foreign press.Overall, football is not dead in China, but it is developing at a snail's pace. Now that the pandemic has further hampered the growth of the sports landscape in general, the future of Chinese football is uncertain. Key Quotes:“The U.S. has been a consistent World Cup qualifier since it was launched. So, basically, the domestic league in the U.S. has supported the national team; whereas in China, it has not had the same effect. China has only been to the World Cup once, which was in 2002, and they basically went home after three defeats and scored no goals.” “Grassroots football in China is quite unlike grassroots sports elsewhere, because there is simply a lack of people involved. [...] There is not really a casual or leisure grassroots sports system in China. Everything is based on identifying young talents at a very young age and whisking them off to an Olympic gold medal factory.”
In this CLASSIC episode of Legends Of Sport, Andy sat down with friend & former NBA Commissioner, David Stern. David takes us thru his early life that lead him to the NBA, implementing his vision for the NBA, bringing the NBA brand to China, Yao Ming, lessons learned over the years, post-retirement life, the current health of the NBA, and much more. David also discusses his top 3 most memorable moments during his tenure as NBA Commissioner, as well as the iconic 1992 All-Star game, and Magic Johnson's HIV diagnosis. Plus, Andy & David share some of their favorite memories working together throughout the years.
-RIP John Madden, RIP Harry Reid.-Yao Ming's parents were "encouraged" to well... create Yao Ming. -JFK ASSASSINATION DEEP DIVE RABBIT HOLE CONSPIRACY TANGENT.-IFL Science Headline of the Week: Energy drink BONERS in Zambia.-Fittest moment of 2021: Our favorite, the favorite, the multi-verse's favorite.-Unanswerable Q's:Is it weird to talk to people you don't know? Andy doesn't care it's how he became a father.Overrated/Underrated:Museums, Costco (bulk membership stuff), Mike Tyson, Weed Legalizing.
Albert, Brian, and Tommy talk sports. Our conversation begins with Michael Chang's historic and culture-breaking French Open run in 1989, Johnny Juzang balling during March Madness, and the few meaningful moments and athletes in between. We also speak on growing up without a lot of Asians in sports, the difference between Yao Ming and Jeremy Lin, and how we root for Asians from different nationalities.
Coach Forward is an interview-style podcast hosted by Jason Mejeur (Coach J), accomplished Coach, Mentor, and Founder/CEO at MaxOne.Today, I'm excited to be joined by Steve Shenbaum. Steve is the Founder & President of Game On Nation, a nationally recognized communication firm focusing on leadership, team building, and positive culture change.Steve created and oversaw the leadership, communication and media training programs at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida from 2003-2013. Steve has worked for years with companies and teams such as NASCAR, the Pittsburgh Pirates, Deloitte, Hilton, the NY Yankees, and the 2019 World Cup Champion US Women's National Soccer Team. Some recent pro and colleges teams include the Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders, Texas A&M Football, Kentucky Football & Basketball, Florida State Women's Soccer, and UCLA Women's Basketball & Soccer. He also has experience working with and coaching government agencies and organizations including the U.S. House of Representatives (Congress), Department of Defense, Pentagon, JSOC, Wounded Warrior Project, USO, and all branches of the United States Military.Steve has worked with twelve #1 overall draft picks in preparation for the NFL, NBA, and NHL drafts including Yao Ming, Sidney Crosby, Alex Smith, and Cam Newton.In his former career as an actor, Steve was featured in over 100 national commercials, and film and tv shows such as Will & Grace, Dharma & Greg, Winning London, American Pie 2, and Space Jam. Steve is also on the Advisory Board for Derek Jeter's, The Players' Tribune, and is a media trainer for the NBA pre-draft program.Most importantly, Steve resides in Bradenton, Florida with his wife and two daughters.Learn more about Steve and his mission at Game on Nation.About Jason Mejeur (Coach J)Jason has more than 15 years of experience coaching basketball at the college and high school level and has lived on the sidelines and in the locker rooms working to build teams and inspire athletes. His mission is to build authentic relationships with his players so that he could have an impact on their lives beyond the basketball court.More recently, Jason founded MaxOne to be a platform that makes coaches' lives easier and helps them use technology to have a bigger impact on the lives of their athletesKeep up with Coach Forward on social media:Twitter, Linkedin, InstagramEnjoying Coach Forward Podcast? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review!
My guest this week is Keith Harris who is the Managing Partner of Athletes Business Consultants, LLC. In this role, Keith is responsible for leading the execution of brand and marketing strategies for professional athletes, as well as, business development initiatives for clients poised to make the transition from professional sports to entrepreneurship. A seasoned entrepreneur in the sports business arena, Keith has over 25 years of experience in Sports Business Development and Sports Marketing as a Managing Partner of his own boutique sports business development agency. Keith's experience includes executive positions with Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment as head of Business Development and Marketing, representing professional sports' most iconic athletes, coaches, and executives. He has also held a similar executive position with BDA Sports Management leveraging the business brands for the NBA's top stars. During his tenure at Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment, Keith led the business development initiatives and marketing for LSSE. He oversaw the Leigh Steinberg Superbowl party, which is a Leigh Steinberg pillar event for business networking at the firm. Event guests have included NFL team owners, Corporate CEO's, current draft class, Hall of Fame clients, Tech moguls and movie stars. In addition, Keith oversaw the development of Steinberg Sports Analytics, an analytics company utilized by professional sports teams, The Obama Presidential Campaign Sports Group, and managed LSSE client's development in their entrepreneurial endeavors. Keith held a similar position with BDA Sports Management, developing the NBA's top stars such as, Steve Nash, Yao Ming and Rajon Rondo to name a few. What we discussed: How sports marketing has evolved over the last 25 years Name, Image, & Likeness for College athletes Financial literacy for College athletes eCommerce and taking advantage of "lighting in a bottle" moments Questions to ask potential sports marketing agencies Connect w/Keith: https://www.linkedin.com/in/keith-harris-27211b6/ (LinkedIn) Let's connect: https://open.acast.com/shows/5e759e3195fa07a414c9afe8/episodes/60ed28a18c0c31001917b838/www.yourultimateplaybook.com (My book (The Ultimate Playbook for High Achievement) ) https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-molden-9693431b/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/alexmolden/ (IG) https://www.facebook.com/alex.molden1/ (Facebook) https://open.acast.com/shows/5e759e3195fa07a414c9afe8/episodes/www.alexmoldenspeaks.com (website) https://thehaacademy.com/get-full-access (High Achievers Academy) *Get you a https://www.uv-brite.com/ (UV Brite water bottle)!! Use coupon code Sharkeffect15 for 15% off!! **Get stronger w/https://frogfuel.com/ (Frog Fuel)!! Use coupon code Sharkeffect20 for 20% off of your 1st order! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to Episode 4 of the No Regulars Podcast with host Darris Watkins and guest Korey Pettie. In this episode we discuss what if scenarios on injury prone NBA legends, the pigeon surveillance theory, and funny pick a side debates. Follow our Socials Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noregulars.podcast/ TikTok: http://www.tiktok.com/@noregulars Youtube: https://youtu.be/_fe_nbzR1aw Darris Watkins Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/__dlw.21/ Korey Pettie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/koreypettie/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-regulars/support
Topics Discussed and Key Points:● The economic, cultural, and athletic impact that the 2008 Beijing Olympics had on China● China's reaction to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics● China's expectations for the 2022 Winter Olympics and future games● Popular and not-as popular sports in China● The intersection of sports, politics, and business in China's fitness industry● China's growing interest in health and fitness● How China is investing in infrastructure to aid in the development of the sports industry● Team sports versus individual sports in China Episode Summary:Today on The Negotiation, we speak with Mark Dreyer, a China-based media and sports professional. Mark has been based in China since shortly before the 2008 Olympics, where he has worked with several media outlets, both domestic and international.Mark is the Marketing and Communications Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in China and the Founder of China Sports Insider and the China Correspondent for SportsBusiness Group.Asked how the 2008 Summer Olympics influenced China economically, Mark says that, while the event itself was not profitable for the country, the Olympics cemented China's dramatic rise in the 2000s as a major player on the world stage.Culturally, and in the sports world specifically, the nation gained a massive amount of soft power as a result of their virtually flawless handling of the Olympics—not to mention having won 51 gold medals—showing the world a side of China previously unseen.Mark gives his thoughts on the growth of the Chinese sports industry as a vehicle for bolstering national pride. He shares how this intersection of sports, politics and business manifests itself, such as in the famously “manufactured” athletic prowess of NBA star Yao Ming.However, Mark believes that the top-down nature of Chinese society is limiting the country's potential in the world of sports. With regards to soccer, for instance, instead of allowing a “grassroots” movement to nurture a competent player base over a decade or two, the Chinese leadership would rather search for ways to create Olympic-level athletes in a matter of a few years.Mark believes that the key to creating a thriving and enviable sports industry in China is to make sports something that people voluntarily do for fun and because they simply love it, as opposed to the current culture of handpicking and grooming promising players to compete solely for national pride.In his words: “How do we get people to play sports in a way that they actually, genuinely want to?” Key Quotes:“China is very, very good at the summer games, less so at the Winter Olympics. [...] Ten of their 13 gold medals are in short track speed skating. As you'd expect, that is where there is a lot of interest for the Chinese people when it comes to the Winter Olympics.” “When your country—when your athletes are winning gold medals—it does make it that much more exciting for your country. [...] That patriotism, that nationalism is more of a factor in China than it would be in other countries.” “China has always struggled to create grassroots sports. Soccer is probably the prime example. Everything here in China is top-down. It is a top-down society. To have success in a sport like soccer, you need to build from the bottom up. That contradiction is, in large part, what has prevented China from becoming a global soccer power as it has many, many times declared it wants to be.”
「微信」或者「微博」搜索关注［早安英文］，查看更多有趣实用的中英双语节目。笔记：flag 国旗flag bearer 旗手Yao Ming, the Houston Rockets' 7-foot-6 center, carried the nation's flag in the opening ceremony.姚明，这个休斯敦火箭队7英尺6英寸的中锋，是开幕式中国代表团的旗手。Only those athletes with high sport caliber, good sport ethics and good public image could be chosen to carry the nation's flag.只有那些有着极高运动水准、体育道德和优秀公众形象的运动员才能被选中当旗手。medal 奖牌bronze 铜牌Their goal is to win a gold medal in the Olympics.他们的目标是在奥运会上赢得一枚金牌。They won a precious bronze in 3-on-3 basketball.她们在三对三篮球赛上赢得了一枚宝贵的铜牌。high-five 击掌People were cheering and high-fiving when the election results were announced.宣布选举成绩的时候，大家在欢呼击掌。People began cheering and giving each other high fives.大家开始欢呼，互相击掌。获取节目完整音频、笔记和片尾的歌曲名，请关注威信公众号「早安英文」，回复「加油」即可。更多有意思的英语干货等着你！
Current NBA Analyst and former NBA coach Jeff Van Gundy joins the two 7-footers to discuss his 17-year coaching career in the NBA and the current state of today's game. Van Gundy shares stories about how he started, Knicks history and coaching Rocket greats Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady.
It's baseball Opening Day and the Parlay Kid already has issues with this season as he laments about the extra inning gimmick and playing in cold weather cities this early. Plus, Brother Bri threatens to be done with betting on baseball after one day (02:00). Then Cousin Sal and the Degenerate Trifecta break down the Final Four as they make their picks and Harry likes one game to go under and one game to go over. Plus, player prop bets including the tournament's outstanding player and why Sal always thinks the announcement of MVP or MOP is a nerve-racking gambling moment (09:30). Metta World Peace joins to discuss being pranked repeatedly by Cousin Sal on Jimmy Kimmel Live and why he hasn't officially retired yet from the NBA. Metta blames Church's Chicken on why his St. John's team came up just short of beating Ohio State and going to the Final Four which leads to a discussion of which fast food chain has the best chicken sandwiches. Metta has a hot take on who wins (33:15). Then the guys discuss the NBA, Metta thinks while James Harden might be the best player in the NBA right now, the Lakers getting Andre Drummond is huge. Plus, Metta discusses what he likes and doesn't like about Kevin Durant responding to trolls on Twitter including Michael Rapaport. Metta also talks about playing in China and gives Harry advice on how to bet Chinese Basketball and the time Yao Ming ate a whole bucket of chicken. Finally, Metta talks about his latest project X versus X and random people challenging him to play one on one including the one time someone touched him and wanted to size up against him. (44:00) Finally, the Degenerate Trifecta give their Sharp Tank picks as they cover the men's and women's Final Four, plus the Parlay Kid goes back to a golf bet (54:00).