Podcast by Hoop Heads
Podcast by Hoop Heads
Alan Stein, Jr. - Author of Raise Your Game & Corporate Speaker - Episode 250
My friend Alan Stein Jr. was the very first guest on the Hoop Heads Podcast back in 2018 and today he joins us for episode number 250. Alan spent 15 years working with the highest performing basketball players in the world including some of the best ever in the NBA. He shifted focus about three years ago to enter the world of corporate speaking when he realized that the leadership, culture, and teamwork he was teaching through basketball could be applied in the business world as well. Alan delivers high-energy keynotes and interactive workshops to improve performance, cohesion, and accountability. He inspires and empowers everyone he works with to take immediate action and improve mindset, habits, and productivity.
In this 250th episode of the Hoop Heads Podcast Alan and I talk about the 5 characteristics of great coaching from his book “Raise Your Game”. Check the show notes to order your copy today!
After you finish listening to this episode please leave us a five star rating and review on your favorite podcast app. Those ratings help others in the basketball community to find our show. Make sure you subscribe to the Hoop Heads Podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play so you never miss an episode! We plan to be around for a long time giving you access to some of the best minds in the game from the grassroots to the NBA. Thanks for listening and we hope you continue to join us for the next 250 episodes.
Go grab your notebook right now so you can write down all your favorite quotes as you listen to this episode of the Hoop Heads Podcast with Alan Stein Jr.
To order Alan’s book “Raise Your Game” please visit https://raiseyourgamebook.com/
You can learn more about Alan by visiting his website at www.alansteinjr.com
Twitter - @AlanSteinJr
LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/alan-stein-jr/
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Zion's Debut - Episode 249.5
Mike & Jason jump on the mics for a late night discussion about Zion's Debut. Four 3's in four possessions, 17 points in 3:08, his body, his injury potential, his impact on the Pelicans playoff chances, historical comparisons, his feel for the game...what does it all mean??
Happy Zion's Eve - Episode 249
In this episode, Mike and Jason talk about the injury to the Mavericks' Dwight Powell, Zion's return, Dame's 61 point game and the Lakers getting beat by the Celtics at home.
They also discuss their picks for All-Star starters!
Round Table 13 -Share one piece of advice that has greatly influenced your life. - Episode 248
Welcome to the thirteenth edition of the Coach’s Corner Round Table on the Hoop Heads Podcast. Each episode of the Coach’s Corner Round Table will feature our All-Star lineup of guests answering a single basketball question. A new Coach’s Corner Round Table will drop around the 15th of each month.
January’s Round Table question is: Share and explain one thing you've learned from a coach, teacher, parent, or mentor that has greatly influenced your life.
Our Coaching Lineup this month:
• Garland Allen – InCourage
• Chris DeLisio – Olmsted Falls (OH) High School
• Matt Grahn – University of Dallas (TX)
• Joseph Harris II– Illusion Institute Basketball
• Nick LoGalbo - Lane Tech (IL) High School
• Mark Schult – University of West Georgia (GA)
• Don Showalter – USA Basketball
• John Shulman – University of Alabama Huntsville (AL)
• Joe Stasyszyn – Unleashed Potential – Carlisle, PA
• Lee Swanson – Bunker Hill (NC) High School
• Tyler Whitcomb – West Michigan Aviation Academy (MI)
• Lee Wimberley – Manila (AR) High School
Please enjoy this Round Table episode of the Hoop Head Podcast and once you’re finished listening please give the show a five star rating and review. Make sure you’re subscribed to the Hoop Heads Pod so you never miss an episode. You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google Play, & YouTube. If you haven’t already, please tell a coaching colleague or friend about the Hoop Heads Podcast so they can listen and learn from some of the best minds in the game!
Michael Lombardi - NFL Insider at The Athletic, Former NFL Executive, The Daily Coach - Episode 247
Michael Lombardi is an NFL Insider for The Athletic. Lombardi is a former 30-year NFL front office executive, having worked for two Hall of Famers in Bill Walsh and Al Davis and one soon to be enshrined, Bill Belichick. Michael has served various roles in the front office and coaching staff from area scout to Pro Personnel Director, to Assistant to the Head Coach and finally to GM of the Cleveland Browns.From 2014-16 he was an assistant to the coaching staff of the Patriots. He’s also worked for numerous media outlets, including Sports Illustrated and The Ringer.
Michael & Coach George Raveling have created The Daily Coach which aims to be an inspiration to coaches and provide a daily hands-on approach to becoming a better leader. His book, Gridiron Genius, details the insights he has gathered during his time in the NFL with some of the greatest coaches in the history of the game.
After you finish listening to this episode please leave us a five star rating and review on your favorite podcast app. Those ratings help others in the basketball community to find our show. If you love what you’re hearing, please tell a friend or coaching colleague to give us a listen. Make sure you subscribe to the Hoop Heads Podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play so you never miss an episode! You can also visit our website at hopheadspod.com to hear every episode we’ve ever recorded.
I hope you have your notebook in hand as you listen to this episode of the Hoop Heads Podcast with former NFL Executive Mike Lombardi from The Athletic.
Twitter - @mlombardiNFL @TheDaily_Coach
NBA Jump Around - Episode 246
In this episode, Mike and Jason "Jump Around" to a lot of different teams and topics throughout the league. They discuss the separation that the Bucks and the Lakers are getting from the other teams in their respective conferences, Kyrie's return, Ja Morant's atittude, Zion's return, and more!
At the end of the episode, Mike and Jason rank the team's at the top of each conference they are afraid of most.
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