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

Pubblicato il 16 ago 2019
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    • This your BEST VIDEO.

    • Your answer for your question is hell no

  • Yes I wil

  • i saw a BVB sweatshirt and ita cool to see

  • Specialization is definitely the issue along with probably the sleep thing to a lesser extent. These guys are wearing down their bodies only in certain ways and then not recovering fully. If these kids played more sports, they would still become more talented athletically and not wear down certain parts of their body that are more heavily used in basketball than other sports

  • Imma draft a kid straight out the womb

  • Guess NBA is too soft now, not physical like a good old times and rookies not preparing physical correctly. Everything now is commercial. Plus everyone is worring only for stats and want to be all star for 1 year

  • Why aren't #NBA stars flocking to #CHINA to help the #CoronaVirus victims?

  • #CHINA

  • I would draft him because even if he doesn't pan out it is a eze way to get his dad

  • NBA Has a BIG Problem... People are sitting with their feet slanted....

  • Fuck then nba! Go play in China. POS!

  • Hell nah I'm not even drafting bronny with the last pick bc hes just 15 and dont get me wrong I think he has the potential 2 become great but that's the problem its potential and we need 2 see how plays out in college and it's just not right and hes not ready

  • Imagine a team trades bronnny for his father

  • Well, teams can be patient with their guys, look at Toronto patiently developing OG, Siakam and Davis. They started out as draft picks and were developed at the D-league level before becoming bench players and then starters or rotational. Sure they got hurt, but it’s the typical small injury as compared to a major one

  • I wonder how many of them were more than just one sport athletes... probably none if any

  • He was travelling in most of his highlights lol

  • It’s cause kids are forced to play just one sport instead of playing multi sports

  • Putting long legged and lanky TEENAGERS in a professional sports environment is just plain stupid. Your mind/body doesn’t fully connect with most people until your mid twenties. Shame shame.

  • Let’s develop robots that play basketball for free.

  • Take a page out of the world of soccer, in youth Acadamy’s

  • this is what happens when you treat human beings like property, a commodity to benefit your profit motive, do they want to win or are they trying to pad their profits?

  • No one is going to let a kid boss them about on the court. They get slapped down pretty quick, cause they’re with the big boys now.

  • Answer: Desirability of employment via NBA. 3500% interest increase here and abroad since 1985?

  • A broken ankle/foot only takes 3 months max. What a bunch of bums

  • Get a life and leave the kid alone. Good lord. This is the bullshit I hate about social media. Takin bets on a 15 year old kid. The world was a much better place when we didn't know who was comin outta where until they got there and made an impact.

  • Nah

  • NBA needs a developmental system like the NHL &MLB

  • Stupid shit

  • Jesus Christ loves you so much!! Nice vid!!

  • simple. they are wearing these players out. summer league shouldn't be allowed, they should cut some games down in the regular season, no other games outside the season and playoffs, they need more rest. btw- they are "prolly", more like "they are", giving them anabolics to grow, for speed, and recover, well, that's fine and dandy but, the tendons, ligaments, joints, mental aspects, central nervous system doesn't "really" benefit from that, rest of the body does but not what i mentioned. still, you can give the all the anabolics you want, but the body still needs to recover and rest a lil more than all the work the leagues are putting them thru, not just the nba but all professional sports, too much pressure to perform without adequate rest time, follow the money trail. imho.

  • A pro youth league. Soccer has figured it out, they have age groups all the way up to u23s, they aren’t very often relied on till 25

  • You have to include the talent pool is much larger now. Lots of veterans always on the move as well

  • I'd say no, you have to consider risk and maturity assessment, mental and physical. I know that means nothing when people want money

  • Your a fucking dum ass

  • Sure, go ahead and monetize the kid. If the parents agree, I have no issue with teen pro ball players. Force the punks to complete HS and get a 4 year college degree. By contract, in writing, just like any pre-nuptial agreement. Minor ball players must have 24/7 adult supervision. But, on the court he waves juvenile status. If he fights or does something really criminally stupid, he goes to the big house on conviction.

  • Correlation does not equal causation. You are cherry picking data points in 5 year spans and articles that also made correlations without causation. Almost any data set you look at has outliers. And just about every injury you threw up in your video was a random event not a result of training improperly. Porzingus ACL tear, hyperextension. Zion's knee, defective shoe. Embiid ankle roll, freak accident. When you go through every injury and show me where how they are directly attributable to what you claim then I may be swayed, but as of now I am calling it what it is, another myth being perpetuated without real data.

  • No. He's still got the mindset of a child. All kids need the experience before they step up into the lime light. Throw a firefighter into a bakery and tell him to bake with no experience. It'll be a shit show. But give that firefighter the training he needs to become a baker and he'll succeed a lot better then he would've just being thrown into the baking business. Same thing goes for NBA players, NHL players, MLB players and so on. They need experience before being thrown to the "lions".

  • I mean the youngest f1 driver to ever drive a car was 17 and some change and is now regarded as the most talented drive on the grid.

  • shoutout to the 4 ads i got in this one video

  • Lol Michael porter played against our highschool and just swept the floor with us

  • I remember Never Nervous Pervis from University of Louisville. The screen at 3:04 says 89' grads, Pervis Ellis. Its Pervis Ellison. Show some respect boys.

  • Yes

  • 8:44 Absolutely shook that my university was a resource.

  • The problem is kids being one sport athletes. For some reason kids have had this idea drilled into this head that they have to choose one sport. When young athletes focus on one sport they put constant stress on the same muscles from doing the same repetitive movements. This is not good for your body especially while it’s still developing and growing. 20+ years ago kids were playing 3 sports instead of just one and there wasn’t this type of problem.

    • No, your body is make to handle this stress, with adequate breaks, which NBA player are given by their trainers

    • It's the multiple sport athletes that make it to the big leagues

  • Baseball has the same problem. Guys are training too much and doing the wrong types of exercise. Baseball and basketball are not sports that require someone to be completely ripped. They require flexibility and explosive speed. Training like you’re a linebacker in the NFL isn’t right if you don’t need that type of strength. The increase in injuries in both sports can be traced to when the guys started spending more time in the weight room on top of all the practices and games. There’s just so far you can push a body.

  • Drafting players based on who their father is would lower the quality of the NBA product so much that the league might collapse.

  • In conclusion we still don't know what the porblem is.

  • Look at the age that Soccer clubs bring kids into there youth squads they are as young as 8 years old there have academy leagues and they restart training

  • dont use larry brown sports lmfao. Thats why we have the Score app

  • lebrons son can't be drafted yet.. when are you gonna learn the rules about drafting

    • Are you blind, deaf or just playing dumb?

  • Another reason is a rise in AAU Basketball, Kids hitting lots of tough workouts at a young age so by the time they hit NBA they bound to get injured.

  • The NBA has much more talent then the 80's. So that cuts into playing time as well. Injuries are part of all sports for younger players as well. Should the Lakers not have drafted Kobe? These players are paid more in a couple of years than most people earn in a lifetime. So even if they get hurt it seems to be worth it.

    • Worth it?..not with the lifestyles they acquire that comes with the persona of a professional basketball player ..they’re broke inside of 10 years

    • @Bronson & Co. Are you kidding me? Just the addition of the foreign players alone makes my statement valid. Up and down the rosters are so much better than then they were even 20 years ago. Not even in question.

    • " much more talent then the 80's" bwahahahahahaha!! good one mate.

  • 5:00 despite the obvious problem: You're picking apples and pears. Yes, 2014 and 1984 have a mismatch. BUT, in half of the following 4 seasons rookies played MORE games in total. Not to mention that the overall amount of games has risen by 25%! Take 2016 & 2017 compared to 1986 & 1987. In both years the millenials have almost 600! additional games to play. A body doesn't care of the relative amount of games per season. A body only cares about the total amount per season. That number has declined a little. I still think the load is too high when you consider that a season has almost 600 games more per season compared to 30 years ago.

  • maybe it's the shoes lol

  • This has nothing to do with shoes, does it?

  • Dude I love this guys videos and I don’t even watch the NBA lmao

  • The real issue is that these dudes are coming out way too young. The average draft age from 1990 to 1993 the average age of the top 5 picks was 21.9, compared to that of the top 5 picks of 2014 to 2018 is 19.6. One and done is ruining college and pro basketball, they need to let elite talent come out straight from HS and everybody else after 2 or 4 years of seasoning in college.

  • somthing wrong with the shoes

  • If NBA eliminated all draft rules. They still must abide by the law of the land that its against child labour.

  • The reason I like your stuff is honestly because of the good tunes and your good vocabulary and good reasoning. Keep it up!