It seems that basketball training has become a hot commodity over the last couple of years. While it’s something that’s not new, sharing and displaying workouts via social media has been the new thing. We’ve seen trainers get very innovative making players perform new moves to try and expand their game. Some of it I
Johnny Stephene checks in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson & Scoop B Radio and shares his Dribble 2 Much journey. Press Play Below To Listen! If you’re a hoops fanatic that enjoys a steady dose of Instagram, then you’ve probably caught the digital moves and grooves of Boynton Beach, Florida native Johnny Stephene. Who? Oh
An in-depth look at the Society’s Move of the Week After a short hiatus, Inside the Move is back with a move that can add a bit of flash to your game. This week we look at what we’re calling the Jamal Crawford special which is a move that he has made a lot of defenders
An in-depth look at the Society’s Move of the Week This week is all about freestyling, attacking cones, and staying ‘jiggy’. Cone work is a fun but impactful workout. It gives ball-handlers opportunities to practice various moves and combinations into various shots and finishes at the basket. Its an opportunity to perfect moves that you’re
Jamal Crawford is at it again in the Seattle Pro-Am, doing what he does best. He went for an easy 44 points and hit the game-winning shot at the buzzer to lead Brandblack past Clover Fitness.
How many times do you watch an NBA game and see a productive player who is on the wrong team? I know it’s rhetorical, we see it all the time. These players are productive, but stuck in no man’s land. They are proven competitors who have NBA talent, but don’t fit in to flash their
The talent level at the point guard position is at an all-time high right now. When you look at every top team in the NBA they all have one thing in common, and that’s an elite point guard. They can do it all: shoot the three, distribute the ball, and breakdown their defender to get
General Managers, when putting together their team, have a lot to focus on. Of course you want your team to be well equipped for a championship run, but one important factor that they also consider is a player’s appeal. They need to get people in the seats and fans to tune in to their TV.
I’m back again with another Fisch’s Friday Rant episode! This week, join me as I talk about the impact that Dante Exum’s injury could have on the Utah Jazz, the potential trade that could send Jamal Crawford to Cleveland, and some overseas basketball.
Jamal Crawford has been in Los Angeles with the Clippers for 3 years now after moving around the NBA consistently for his first 12 years. And while Jamal is under contract with the Clippers for the 2015-2016 NBA Season, there is a growing concern that he won’t finish up his contract in LA. Marc Stein