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As if to prove the point, he grimaces as another soundwave is fired through his shoulder. This is Joshua’s second massage of the day. Such is the volume and intensity of training that, when he’s not working out, he has to recover equally hard. Kevin Garnett has officially taken his shit talk game to the next level That right those numbers are the Boston Celtics all time record vs. The Los Angeles Lakers. Being a die hard Boston Celtics fan, I got a good laugh from this.
He’s not the guy with the one hour prime time special to announce where he wants to live. He’s not a guy who wants to be a global brand. He’s a guy going through a messy divorce, a guy who picked some bad business partners, a guy who happens to play basketball spectacularly well.
Four or five years ago, an endorsement from a top player could run as high as $700,000 to $800,000. Now the price tag for top player endorsements is more like $200,000 to $300,000. “It’s bad for the golfer, bad for the PGA tour, but good for the business that wants to enter the entry is much lower,” he says.
Two to go. Before we turn the corner to the weekend, there plenty happening outside of Paris that has caught our eye the last few days. The June/July issue of Tennis View has Andre Agassi on its cover(full disclosure: I wrote one of the articles in the mag), talking about the American upcoming induction into the Hall of Fame.
I used to work at a local game store that sold magic the gathering stuff and lots of other table top games. There was this guy and his son who would come in once or twice a week and buy 2 booster boxes of magic cards. These boxes ran them about 112.00 each after tax.
The freshman’s movement from his dribble into his jumper is clean, leaving little time for defenders to react if they slouch off him in any way. And although Young occasionally just dribbles into a spot, pauses then launches, he has a tight enough handle and enough moves in his pocket to create space to get his shot away when necessary despite its lower release point. As he becomes more comfortable pulling up out of those dribble moves, his jumper will be even more potent..