The NBA Has a BIG Problem And No One Is Talking About it

Pubblicato il 16 ago 2019
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  • Sorry about the slow upload schedule. Just got done moving but we back brothers. Stay tuned 👀

    • dude this analysis is beast mode!!!

    • Why are you comparing 2018 to 1999, '89 and '79?

    • Where I can find the database about injuries through years in the NBA? Something like this: "Rookies have only played about 57% of NBA games throughout the last five years while in the late 80's that number was about 77%. In the 2014 first-round draft class rookies played less than half of the total games their first season 46%. In comparison, in the 1984 first-round draft class they played over 79% of the games their rookie season." Thank you

    • JxmyHighroller take your time man

    • JxmyHighroller 1 point that's missing is this, with today's technology on creating the best out of any athlete, you are fine tuning something to do a specific task, and with fine tuning a specific field it has a delicate side, for example if you take a soccer player to be the best striker, even a small contact to his ankle can destroy his season. So what I'm saying is fine tuning something means you get the best out of that but, it comes with risks unless you reduce the fine tune down to create a all round system then after a few years fine tune slowly the best parts of an athlete. So if you fine tune an athlete and they get injured and are out for a season you have a Ferrari with 10 cents of petrol in the tank, it looks good but is going nowhere.

  • As a Brazilian and being from a football (soccer) country, there isn't a draft system. Every team has their own under-20/17/15 teams and play their competitions in U21/U17 regional, national and international for their teams and nations. I can say to you that if a boy in their 16/17 is a genius he'll play in the biggest leagues in Europe for the greatest clubs, but if he's not a genius he'll play the U21 tournaments till he's ready for play profissionally. It's common a young player make mistakes due age, lack of mature and bad decisions on the field and that's normal, because certain things only come with the age. In a slang we say that a too young player doesn't know the "field's shortcuts". Many times is common in Brazil a young player start in the pro team, usually when this pro team is in a bad shape, the supporters are impatient because the lack of good results and the young boys start to do mistakes and they got bood till they are selled (for money, that is our system) to another team where he starts to play well. It's common that these young players who are not geniuses start to being underdeveloped because they jump the development curve. When they say that NBA must draft only players from college, I get the point. Because they are protecting the guys that are not so brilliant, and if they don't made the Pro level, they can work with the college degree or start being coach or basketball analist.

  • I think the problem right now for all sport...they just teach skill and ignore the fact that athlete body not evolving to follow their skill....15 years old kid could have an all-star skill but sometimes their body couldn't handle their skill that could cause a massive blowout injury that sometimes couldn't recover... I experienced that myself....up until today since 2014 my left shoulder never healed because of injury at young age

  • 4:16 , not necessarily, I mean Coach K would know, I believe that time he was playing in summer league, he could been working to get in shape, on his mental and his game. Without playing full games, he would have rest to be ready to play as a stronger and smarter player, again Coach K would know.

  • Jxmy is like the Cxdy of basketball

  • but...but...ball is life

  • Che grandissimi atleti

  • I would never pick a 15 year old, not mature enough mentally and phisically

  • Simple fix, make NBA 21 and older only. Let the men finish growing. In the 80's most completed four years of college, finished growing, and were trained in college to be ready for NBA.

  • It's all about money and ratings

  • Hell no ljj isn't even good just hella athleticism quit making him sound like he's his dad cause the two can't be compared even when LeBron was 15,16 he was the most polarizing player even at that age....I'd go with lamello this draft stop sleepin

  • Only discrepancy I see here is that when you compare the 80's rookies to today, their total number of games played isn't more at all. Their percentage of games played is higher but that's not as important as total number of games, which is what wears a player down. If you play 100% of games in a 60 game season it isn't more wear than 73% of an 82 game season because it's the exact same number of games played. We probably see players playing fewer games these days because the seasons are longer and more jam packed, not to mention some kids playing on 2 way contracts and playing summer league and playing in pro-am leagues to get ready for the season.

  • If they are really getting cutting edge nutrition info then they wouldn't be low in calcium. I think the way that the best athletes train may be insight on what balanced workouts are best for reducing injury. For example Steph strengthening his core and adding ankle bracelets. Or how Kyrie has impeccable balance. Things like those probably decrease injury. If I were in the NBA I'd have the best nutrient supplementation regimen, include strengthening muscle workouts like those above, and include things like Pemf and whatever else I could find that's allowed in the NBA to improve recovery more than performance. I'd want to be a PG so idk how rigorous their workouts are but I think a lot of my routine lending towards staying healthy is key. Like I said. If they actually took the 2500 to 3000 mg of calcium they need a day if not more during the season maybe they wouldn't have deficiencies. In 2019 if you're nutrient deficient you aren't factoring in that sports players sweat nutrients and they sweat more than regular probably due to their bodies demand and their diet as well. People are sweating in the first quarter more than I sweat in 2 days. Agility, stability, and nutrition would be my core focus as well as conditioning. Idk what else they do, but clearly they need more of the above.

  • Social media and marketing are the main issue, they drafted young talent due to those social media post all those kid highlight play and attract ton of fan to watch their game tho...

  • No i wouldn't. Fact is the superstar NBA player's kids are never close to their father. Look at Jordan's kids. Name one superstar HOF player whose child also made it to the NBA and was great. It's usually role players kids who end up being great. Example Steph Curry.

  • Yeah. Because the players all suck.

  • Man basketball is such a booring sports to watch

  • Is mo Bamba a real player

  • Its all the aau games lol. Ppl think playing is the way u get better but play a little and just stay healthy and skill train. Long healthy career. Shows normal improvement

  • The league needs to change the rules for the fans not the players... 30 minute games, 8 player rosters, most winning non playoff team gets best chance to win lottery.ull get much better athlete, and high field goal percentages

  • Lebron getting hurt barely putting in an effort what u think was going to happen to everyone else??

  • Nba athletes are lazy straight up, Lebron and James Harden, Steph Curry started these trends, and kids look up to them ,

  • U go to school to get a degree not learn how to behave, u got work to do a job, not learn how to behave.these children lack parents with knowledge and discipline , u dont have to do what coaches tell u, u just have to get in shape and when ur ready to contribute let ur coaches know , ur in shape. U know u gotta run 5 miles in 30 minutes , basic parameters . If u cant do that. Dont put on jersey

  • They could make it like soccer when you can own their draft rights

  • This video 🤔

  • Do you think that the sneakers have a lot to do with it...just saying

  • considering the low chance of success in any draft, there's really little loss in going for it

  • ease up on the commercials, way too many

  • You should also compare how many players before and after the year 2000 played 3 or more years in college.

  • Believing that you're ready is not the same as _actually_ being ready and prepared for something. Only a fool believes that they're entirely and appropriately prepared for something that they've never done before.

  • Simplicity. They doing too much now a day.

  • What he said…

  • Hmm I feel like this guy the only person who has heard me all these years

  • This video biggest problem that it confuses causation vs correlation. Age, injury, working out And time in the court are not the only factors at play. Many rookies need to develop a polish skill set in order to play. What this video fails to do is given an accurate perspective of the problem it raises. One question is why rookies don’t play is independent to why rookies get hurt .

  • I would not take Lebron Jr. To spoiled to rich. I want a poor kid that have everything on the line to make and stay in the Nba. On the younger guys getting injured ever played bal with some 18 year olds when you are 14 same thing... Most man are in there prime around 23 25

  • Mo Bamba o.0

  • Wheres the traditionnal trap sax hahaha

  • Yo this guy knows his stuff! SUBSCRIBED! Keep going bro

  • Where I can find the database about injuries through years in the NBA? Something like this: "Rookies have only played about 57% of NBA games throughout the last five years while in the late 80's that number was about 77%. In the 2014 first-round draft class rookies played less than half of the total games their first season 46%. In comparison, in the 1984 first-round draft class they played over 79% of the games their rookie season." Thank you

  • I'd want to get in early... like, at the moment of the conception. That way he can start training while still in the womb.

  • ok, I'm convinced sportsmodelanalytics dot com saw the future with this game before it even started

  • yeah but what if he could fly? would you draft him then? i hate videos like these...

  • Who is an athletes kid that has become successful in the nba? Your body isn’t fully developed by the time you get drafted

  • LeBron got drafted from high school and he is never injured, but he a freak of nature,

  • I would not. Not at all. Stupid ass decision.

  • Lmao. No.

  • NFL and NBA realy proof that "white"man priviledges are serious..... a lot of big salary people of colour and nearly no "white" people. ( the " " are not here to attack "white"people its just a fakt that white people are not realy white just having a bright skin colour.

  • Let a guy who can’t even drive yet into the NBA? Idk about that man haha. Doesn’t seem like it’d do anyone any good to have him skip lower level playing

  • It's money. It obvious why they are being rushed out to the court.

  • Definately wouldn’t pick. Let him go through the system so that he slowly learns to play with higher levels. Straight throwing him into the NBA wouldn’t do anybody good. Those 2-3 years in lower level basketball will benefit him more than 2-3 years in the NBA will

  • No but I would draft Mikey Williams.

  • The NBA is no longer a sport, but a spectacle.

  • You're making a very good, important point, well done! But who needs to see all those injuries???

  • That first question is the dumbest question I’ve ever heard.

  • This is very interesting stuff: subscribed.

  • Both MLB and NHL has future drafts (picking 18-19 yo), but a lot never sees the big league - especially if picked in later rounds.

  • Look at football (soccer) They are scouting kids from 12 years old. Lionel Messi his parents were given jobs in spain barcelona by the club so they would move form aregntina and enrole lionel at FC Barcelona. Then legally he signed a contract at 16 years old. (i think it depends on country but in spain i think you can sign deals at 16 year old) But even before they do that. Teams offer some parents jobs and stuff to get their kids on their teams. And they know only a couple will make it. But those couple make up for the rest. It's sad but true.

  • 3 Chevy commercials during this watch. Can pretty much guarantee I'll never buy a Chevy

  • This guy`s voice is just incredibly smooth.

  • leftist people: how dare you judge someone based on who their "parents" were also leftist people: omfg hire this black kid whose father is lebron james... lmfao fucking losers