Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | October 15th, 2019 | 5,087 Views

High school basketball in the 2000's was all about nationally televising the best games and taking it mainstream. The 2010's was all about that popularity taking the high school game global. That’s clearly evident on the 2010's Ballislife All-Decade All-American Elite Team headlined by Australian Ben Simmons.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | August 21st, 2019 | 247 Views

In episode No. 35 of our "In The Paint Show,"  Ron and Dev go hard on the highly important topic of single-sport specialization at the dangers it possesses to young athletes and the long-term impacts it has on professional sports. Athletes and parents this is the one episode you'll definitely want to listen in!

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | August 6th, 2019 | 360 Views

In episode No. 33 of our  "In The Paint Show," Ron and Dev bring on Golden State Warriors scout LaMont Peterson and noted SoCal skill trainers Marc Rodgers and Clint Parks to talk basketball training and its evolution. The fellas talk balance between strength and conditioning vs. skills training, old school vs. new school methods and social media criticizing the workouts of NBA players? It it justified?

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | July 29th, 2019 | 289 Views

In episode No. 32 of our  "In The Paint Show,"  Ron and Dev bring on Frank Burlison (scout perspective) and Aaron Burgin (participant/parent perceptive) to break down the just completed NCAA College Basketball Academies. What were the positives and negative aspects of the first time event?

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | July 29th, 2019 | 453 Views

The NCAA’s overhaul of its college basketball recruiting calendar was center pieced on four regional academies. The first time events did showcase some deserving potential recruits in front of college coaches, but the overall product is a work in progress and a far cry from delivering to players and coaches the product it replaced.

Ronnie Flores Ronnie Flores | July 16th, 2019 | 226 Views

In episode No. 31 of our  "In The Paint Show," Ron and Dev bring on Ramogi Huma (National College Players Association) to go in on the Fair Pay To Play Act, a California bill that would have a profound impact on student-athletes' quality of life should it become law. This is a must-listen for every parent and player with the goal of being a scholarship athlete!

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