In Season 1 | Episode 11 of The Tedi31 Podcast with Dr. Tedi Villasor, Tedi speaks with veteran sportscaster Noel Zarate. Zarate, along with several other local sportscasters, established the Center for Sports Communication (CSC)  and Newbies Broadcasting Academy . In 2020, he hosts “An Eternity of Basketball” podcast along with Atty. Charlie T.Continue reading “The Tedi31 Podcast: Interview with Noel Zarate (June 8, 2020)”
With the rescheduling of the Online Charity Auction benefiting Freelance Basketball Coaches, several of the participating coaches, Coach Ariel, and I spent the rest of the session touching on a myriad of topics: 20:12 mark – Thoughts on the restart of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue reading “Impromptu Chat with the Basketball Coaches (May 31, 2020)”
Tonight’s Hoop Coaches International Webinar at 8:00 pm will feature current 76ers assistant coach John Bryant. Coach Bryant will talk about player development in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Catch tonight’s Hoop Coaches International Webinar at 10:00 pm with the former Charlotte Bobcats head coach Mike Dunlap.
With the 68th edition of the National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star game right around the corner, I decided to put my basketball knowledge to the test by answering the question, “Name all of the NBA All-Star Game MVP’s under 6 minutes.” But this wasn’t just any ordinary online quiz as I stacked the proverbial playingContinue reading “Early Morning Quiz [NBA All-Star Game Edition] (February 17, 2019)”
Trade Breakdown New York Knicks – Receive Dennis Smith Jr., DeAndre Jordan, Wesley Matthews, two future first-round draft picks[i], and $68 million worth of salary cap space. Dallas Mavericks – Receive Kristaps Porzingis, Courtney Lee, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and a $12.9 million trade exception. Ray Spalding is waved to create a roster spot.
The story so far… After a decorated high school career and a so-so one-and-done freshman year with the Washington Huskies, the Philadelphia 76ers (#3) swapped draft positions with the Boston Celtics (#1) prior to the 2017 National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft in order to select heralded 6’3″ point guard Markelle N’Gai Fultz. On paper, Bryan Colangelo–thenContinue reading “Understanding Markelle Fultz though my own injury (January 31, 2019)”
Credit Sir Charles with an assist! Even at 54, Charles Wade Barkley can still inspire people. He has certainly inspired me. After catching the NBA TV segment where he announced his intention to take better care of himself (1:02), I immediately said to myself, “If Charles can do it, I need to make aContinue reading “What I learned from Charles Wade Barkley (July 12, 2017)”
Introduction As a young boy, I am embarrassed to admit that my exposure to the term “concussion” was largely limited to the storylines found in the world of professional wrestling as not a lot of information on the subject was readily available back then. In fact, it was only during a National Basketball Association (NBA)Continue reading “Research Paper: Assisting Professional Basketball Players with Sports-Induced Concussions: A Psychologists’ Primer (March, 2011)”