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The GameChanger Basketball Podcast is about people who have dedicated their life to the game of basketball and learning more about who they are and how they got to where they are today. We want to facilitate meaningful conversations, analyze trending topics and continue to grow awareness around youth basketball. Be sure to follow us on twitter, @GCSportsHoops, Like us on Facebook, Facebook.com/GameChangerBasketball, Visit our website, GC.com
 
Host Dave Grendzynski is a firm believer in positive psychology, especially when it comes to building a high school basketball program. When coaches provide a positive pathway for their players and parents, they’ll start building a good team culture and the wins will take care of themselves. On the “Courtside Culture Podcast,” we’ll talk to coaches, psychologists, authors, and players about how the right mindset causes everything else to fall into place—especially in high school. The psyche ...
 
We hold speeches from the world of sports deep in our hearts and minds as timeless and historic moments that still, to this day and beyond, bring us inspiration, historical context, empathy, education and more. We remember these iconic moments so that we too can share them with current and future generations as a way to remember why they touched us personally, and why they remain so relevant and important today. Welcome to It Was Said: Sports, Season one, a documentary podcast that guides yo ...
 
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Dr. Matthew Raidbard is the executive Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut, and he’s responsible for compliance & student-athlete success. He’s been an Assistant Athletic Director at a couple of schools, and an Assistant Coach at Chicago State, Dartmouth, and Western New Mexico. He’s also th…
 
Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali was perhaps the most famous man on Earth, and not only for his epic skill in the ring. In this episode, Doc Rivers is joined by legendary sportscaster Al Michaels and longtime sports journalist Michael Wilbon to discuss Ali’s powerful and revolutionary words about race, politics, culture, and sport, especially duri…
 
Legendary sports broadcaster Jack Buck delivers a patriotic and impassioned speech just days after the September 11 attacks on the United States. The nation froze, events were cancelled, and sports put on hold. But to signal America’s return to professional sports, Buck recites a poem of his own composition the day baseball resumed at Busch Stadium…
 
Episode 099: Carl Bergstrom is the Director of Performance for the Golden State Warriors. Today he shared essential physical qualities for basketball players and how he trains them in the weight room. Instagram @HoopCommitment Twitter @HoopCommitment Facebook HoopCommitment Website HoopCommitment.com…
 
Molly McQueary is the Mental Performance Coach at T3 Performance just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. Mental performance coaching incorporates exercises in a number of different areas. They include: Athletic identity Routines for readiness Self-talk Goal setting Focus, distraction and concentration Imagery Anxiety and emotional management Managing perf…
 
Todd Wolfson is the Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at Saint Francis High School in La Canada Flintridge, California, which sits just outside of Los Angeles. In addition to his coaching duties at Saint Francis, Coach Wolfson also helps develop youth basketball players at rising stars basketball. He not only led St. Francis to a State Championshi…
 
Episode 094: Gonzaga has had some unbelievable point guards over the last few decades, with John Stockton being the most notable player. But John isn’t the all-time leader in assists at GU… It’s actually Josh Perkins. In the history of Gonzaga Basketball, no one has assisted their teammates more than Josh. And so today, I wanted to pick his brain o…
 
Episode 092: Memphis Grizzlies's strength & conditioning coach shares how he uses basketball plyometrics to improve the explosiveness of his athletes. Instagram @HoopCommitment Twitter @HoopCommitment Facebook HoopCommitment Website HoopCommitment.comMike Nilson による
 
Coach Mike Deegan just finished his 9th season as Head Baseball Coach at Denison University. And in his time there, he’s guided his teams to... Two NCAC tournament titles and one regular-season title Four Western Division championships and three straight appearances in the NCAC championship tournament He’s already established the best winning perce…
 
Episode 091: Former Gonzaga star, Eric McClellan, joined me on the podcast to give us insights into the mindset of a professional basketball player. Instagram @HoopCommitment Twitter @HoopCommitment Facebook HoopCommitment Website HoopCommitment.comMike Nilson による
 
Doctor Brian Gearity is the Director of the Master of Arts in Sport Coaching Degree program at University of Denver. Dr. Gearity played football at John Carroll University, interned with the Cleveland Indians and served as a strength and conditioning coach for the men’s athletic teams at the University of Tennessee and Southern Miss. He’s also auth…
 
Episode 090: Now today’s interview was bitter sweet because although Rem Bakamus is a Zag at heart, he was part of the Baylor Men’s basketball team that beat us in the National Championship game. Rem played for the Zags and was part of our 2017 Final Four team that played North Carolina in the National Championship game. I thought it would be fun t…
 
Whitney Frye is the director of USA Basketball’s Safe Sport program. The Safe Sport initiative raises awareness about misconduct in sports. It also serves to promote open dialogue and provide training and resources to all participants of the game—players, parents, and coaches. Safe Sport aims to create a healthy and supportive environment with a fo…
 
Episode 089: Rick Betts is the founder of Hoopfest, the world's largest 3 on 3 basketball tournament. Today we explores what it takes to create a successful basketball tournament and why sports are so important for our youth. Hoopfest was started in 1989 and had 512 teams participate. Now, around 7,000 teams signup to play in the famous tournament …
 
Dr. Gregory Dale is a Professor of Sports Psychology and Sports Ethics at Duke University. He is also the Director of the Sport Psychology and Leadership Programs for Duke Athletics. In addition to his work with Duke athletes and coaches, Dr. Dale consults with a number of colleges and professional athletes and teams... as well as high school teach…
 
Episode 088: In this episode I am joined by South Carolina’s Molly Binetti. We talk about Off-season Training for basketball and how impactful it can be for a player’s season. Molly Binetti joined the University of South Carolina staff in June 2018 as the Performance Coach for the women’s basketball team, under Hall of Fame coach Dawn Staley. Prior…
 
George Panagiotou spent 14 years in the United States Marine Corps. He's been coaching soccer ever since he got out. He's taken a program that had one winning season in 20 years and turned it around. How? By rebuilding the culture off the field—first. Since the culture change, his teams have put together three consecutive 10 win seasons, won a sect…
 
Episode 087: Gonzaga Women's Basketball coach, Craig Fortier, shares his personal story and how to be resilient. From being cut from his high school team, to failing at his Guinness Book Of Wold Records attempt, Craig always found a way to dust himself off and get back up. In today's interview, Craig shared: That you can't know what "enough" is unt…
 
Episode 086: Pat McCloskey is the Director of Training Development at 1 to 1 Fitness in Washington D.C. and helped create the Gray Institute's Certification in Applied Functional Science. Applied Functional Science was created by converging the principles of the physical, biological and behavioral sciences. I became a Fellow of Applied Functional S…
 
Charron Sumler is an Athletic Counselor at the Ohio State University. Charron helps Ohio State's student-athletes in a number of different ways, including individual and group therapy as well as team presentations on topics related to mental health and wellness. Her experience is intriguing because she’s not only a former Division 2 basketball play…
 
Episode 085: Collin Henderson is an author, speaker, podcast host and mental skills trainer and he joined me on the podcast to talk about mental toughness. As you might know, I take my teams through an 18-week leadership program every year. They’re going to be with their teammates almost every day in all sorts of environments, so giving them leader…
 
Coach Jordan Eaton has been the head coach of the Girls varsity basketball team at Olmsted Falls for 7 years now. This past season he won his 100th game and won another Southwestern Conference title. That makes three in a row now for the Lady Bulldogs and this year’s team also made it to regionals, as did his team in 2017. But his style is far from…
 
Coach Beck played four years of Division 1 college basketball at Arkansas State. He now offers individual, small group, and team training... as well as skills academies and team clinics for “Pure Sweat Basketball.” He also has one of the best basketball Twitter feeds going. His Twitter feed hits the mark every time for coaches, players, and parents…
 
Episode 084: Boise State Men's Basketball Coach, R-Jay Barsh, joined me on the podcast to share the basketball recruiting process. Starting in 7th grade, boys become recruitable athletes and are able to communicate with Division 1 programs. How is it possible to tell how good a 13-year old will be in college? Do kids really need to travel to exposu…
 
Dr. Kris Eiring is the former director of clinical and sport psychology for the University of Wisconsin Badgers. She helped to implement mental health and performance psychology services for Wisconsin’s athletes. And she speaks from experience because she is also a former University of Wisconsin track star, having been a part of four Big Ten outdoo…
 
Episode 083: Sports Illustrated Senior Sports Writer, Greg Bishop, joins me on the show to talk about success in basketball. Greg's feature subjects have ranged from Ricky Williams to Adrian Peterson to Aaron Rodgers. He spent time as the Jets beat writer for the New York Times and the Seahawks beat writer for the Seattle Times. I became friends wi…
 
We hold speeches from the world of sports deep in our hearts and minds as timeless and historic moments that still, to this day and beyond, bring us inspiration, historical context, empathy, education and more. We remember these iconic moments so that we too can share them with current and future generations as a way to remember why they touched us…
 
Episode 085: Today I lined out a sample day of eating for basketball players. There's so much confusion about the best way to fuel your body on the court, and so I simplified things by sharing sample breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options to optimize performance. Click here to get your FREE Copy of the Basketball Nutrition Game Instagram @HoopC…
 
Mike D'Andrea is a former Ohio State football player who now owns T3 performance, the top training facility for athletes in Northeast Ohio. But a big part of athletic training at T3 is the mental aspect of the games we play and mike is here to talk about how important it is and how it plays a role in building a great team culture. The mental health…
 
Jamy Bechler is not only the host of the “Success Is a Choice” podcast, but he is also a professional speaker, leadership trainer and executive business coach who works with teams ranging from major corporations to the NBA. He’s been a player; he’s been a coach and an administrator on the high school and college level... and now he combines his uni…
 
Leslie Ungar is an executive coach, speaker, and speechwriter, in other word— a communications expert. She empowers her clients to communicate with confidence, and part of her job is talking to basketball coaches. She also just wrote a new book called “Horse Talk” coaches can learn from. She lays out the "Three V's" and why they are critical for co…
 
Episode 081: Even if you're don't end up being a coach or going pro, you can still enjoy basketball for a lifetime. In today's interview, Jess Walter shares how his love of hoops has helped him as a writer. Jess Walter is the author of nine books, most recently the national bestseller The Cold Millions and #1 New York Times bestseller, Beautiful Ru…
 
Jeremy Sanchez is a Point Guard on the Cleveland State University basketball team that just had its best season in years. It ended with a share of the regular season title, a Horizon League Tournament title, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. In this episode, Jeremy talks about the team culture established by Coach Dennis Gates propelled his journe…
 
Episode 080: When Gonzaga Basketball senior guard, Corey Kispert, was asked about his leadership style, he replied, "I like to lead from the middle." Bill Robinson is the president emeritus of Whitworth University and has written multiple books on leadership, including, "Leading People From The Middle." His style of leadership brings teams and orga…
 
Denny English has coached and directed recruiting for AAU teams in Wisconsin, Texas, Georgia and Ohio at the high school level. He shares his thoughts on building team culture in an AAU program and within teams. Has an inspiring message for parents, and during "What's the Coolest?", he tells us that he played/coached in two of the coolest venues on…
 
Not only is Coach Lewis Shine a consultant in the Hoop Heads Mentorship Program, but he’s also held various titles in the professional, collegiate, high school and junior high ranks. And now he hosts clinics for coaches to not only break down the x's and o's of the game, but he's helping to build team cultures by coaching communications. In this ep…
 
Episode 079: Jeremy Jones was a member of Gonzaga's 2017 Final Four team and is now a professional basketball player. He joined me on the podcast to talk about eating clean and taking care of your body. Instagram @HoopCommitment Twitter @HoopCommitment Facebook HoopCommitment Website HoopCommitment.com…
 
Beth Andrews is the Head Women's Basketball Coach at John Carroll University. She took over a very successful program, and didn't miss a beat her first season. Her team won the conference title and she was named "Coach of the Year." So, how did she do it? She credits the culture she established from the first day she was hired. Twitter- John Carrol…
 
The Assistant Head Coach of the Boys Varsity Basketball Team at Fairview High School in Fairview Park, Ohio James Ranc (pronounced rantz) talks about what assistant coaches should be doing when it comes to building team culture. He has also shared a 3-bullet point list that contains advice every assistant coach needs to hear. And his answer to "Wha…
 
Episode 078: Instead of waiting to get injured and doing rehab, use prehab to keep you healthy on the court. Physical Therapist, Brian Cronin, joined me on the show to share the exercises that he uses with his athletes to reduce the chance of injury. In 2004, Brian co-founded U-District Physical Therapy with myself and our third partner, Jeff Hart.…
 
The Head Coach of the Girls Varsity Basketball Team at Cleveland High School in Clayton, North Carolina, Robby White joins Dave Grendzynski to talk about building team culture in the offseason. He has a very unique way of doing it that involves a point system and teaches the girls life lessons at the same time. Twitter: Coach Robby White: @CoachRWh…
 
Colin Boldin is finishing up his high school career. A three-sport athlete, and multiple varsity letter winner, Colin is now a Mental Health Advocate for student-athletes. He's hoping that other kids and their parents can learn from his story, which has a very happy ending. Twitter- Colin Boldin: @colinboldin Instagram: @colinboldin Twitter Dave: @…
 
Episode 077: Doing the work of personal growth off the court will lead to gains on the court. Performance consultant, author and speaker, Brett Ledbetter joined me on the podcast to share how his work is helping players and coaches grow as people. He focuses on character development, priority alignment, behavior management and self-awareness. Brett…
 
Former psychologist for the Cleveland Cavaliers and current Cleveland Clinic psychologist, Dr. Scott Bea has advice for coaches of any sport on ways to implement positive psychology into their coaching style. He also offers advice to players and parents who may be struggling with a negative coach. Twitter Dr. Bea: @ClevelandClinic Dave: @grizzer21 …
 
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