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

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JxmyHighroller
JxmyHighroller

Sorry about the slow upload schedule. Just got done moving but we back brothers. Stay tuned 👀

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thematrix28
thematrix28

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.

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Joshua Jordan
Joshua Jordan

1 million subscribers. Well deserved sir

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ogbmt
ogbmt

It's not just young players who are experiencing it but yes players are getting injured more. If you look at the kinds of injuries as well, it's majority joints so don't even try and say it's because players are soft. In my view the 2 main causes are: 1. The pace of the game has increased, meaning players are now on average running faster, changing direction more often, colliding in mid air more often, and jumping/landing more often. All things which present a risk to various joints, namely Knees and Ankles. 2. The intensity of training has increased over time because of technology and methodology etc. just like you talked about in the video.

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Chubby_ Bunny
Chubby_ Bunny

Congrats on 1 mil

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Ethan Petro
Ethan Petro

I tried to make it to the NCAA and I ended up in a wheelchair in the process not permanently just for 5 more years

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Dee Mac
Dee Mac

Its because young bloods are fearless, they don't consider injuries they might get playing hard unlike grown man wanting to prolong their careers.

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Matto Harvey
Matto Harvey

Obvious: shit shoes!

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Tyler Learn
Tyler Learn

This applies to just life in general. We have no chance of adapting/evolving with how fast we're "Advancing"....

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Mntana -
Mntana -

Deadbeat dads or white women cleaning out their bank accounts? 😂😂

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WELambert01
WELambert01

Let me see? Play in the NBA get big fat contract. Play in college: one injury done. 4 years of college, excuse me 2 years of college would benefit Kobe, Andrew or Dwight, how? Don't give me that maturity BS, the record speaks for itself.

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Ali Abdul Rehman
Ali Abdul Rehman

Wait what no one wants too do that. Even if they did wouldn't Lebron Sr shut that shit down

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noche te ipsum
noche te ipsum

Hopefully "load management" will become a thing. It arguably worked last year. Rest is as valuable as exercise.

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Gregory Everson
Gregory Everson

u fans bitch about that, resting star players, remember NBA fined teams for that

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eder catalan
eder catalan

Play less games, or force teams to rotate players, or require that each player must have x amount of minutes per month.

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Luzhen Gong
Luzhen Gong

damn jimmy had some butt sweats

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Shifu Sage
Shifu Sage

This a stupid ass question....

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roel obligacion jr
roel obligacion jr

Say no to low cut shoes

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PokerJoker420Toker
PokerJoker420Toker

Major League Baseball does it right with developmental leagues

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Kuba Gloc
Kuba Gloc

Watched him from 12k to end of last summer and I come back and he exploded last time I watched he only had 200k

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The_Touring Jedi
The_Touring Jedi

Education should be primary for every 15 year old kid. There is enough time for glory on the court.

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Gregory Everson
Gregory Everson

news media: what are you going to do with all that money 15yr old kid: HOOKERS AND COCAINE, BITCH

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Christopher Bandy
Christopher Bandy

They´re rookies and they play hard

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Basil Rathbonez
Basil Rathbonez

JxmyHighroller....The last part of your video....hit the nail on the HEAD..as an older black man..I used to coach younger black kids when I was in high school...when I worked at a black YMCA during Jim Crow in the south...The main problem is two-fold..1. Most young people in the south were raised to do hard work...and 2. most kids had a better diet, because the quality of food was better and more nutritious( I have been growing my food for over 50 years)...Kids today do not eat the best source of body and bone building food.....plus the food is lacking the same mineral content of food decades ago...Joint, bone, and cartilage health comes from vegetables high in minerals.....add to that hard and heavy work..creates strong bone density... We witnesses this in the US Army...during Vietnam....in basic..the southern guys who were used to plowing with a mule, cutting wood with an axe(not a chain saw...striking the ground with a rake or hoe..digging with a mattock....hacking lumber...digging footings by hand...cropping tobacco...bailing hay...etc, etc...these guys versus the city boys..had very little problems with Army or Marine boot camp..and they had few injuries as a result of training....Today's youth can play basketball ...but not the stamina.....Example .....Ten years ago ..I took a bunch of high school athletes...and gave them bush axes...to help me clear some land..to build a structure......I was 65 at the time...EVERYONE of these STAR basketball players(some later played in college)..............could not KEEP UP with me and another black farmer who was 75 y/o......These YOUNG BOYS...kept complaining...WHY?.....They could play a fast game of basketball....but they could not work in the hot summer day...of cutting weeds..and chopping woods for 8-10 hrs....my point?...when you do hard work..especially striking wood..the ground..or rock....The impact is sensed by the brain...which then causes your body to densify your bones..and toughen connective tissue(cartilage,tendons, and ligaments...........My doctor has told me that my bone density, as a 71+ y/o , black man is stronger than most 20-30 y/o......This was common in the south...when blacks did heavy manual labor..

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The_Touring Jedi
The_Touring Jedi

It is the same for any person on the planet doing a natural hard work. At the time your bones and joints gonna be stronger than a normal guy training basketball or football. These kids does not have a proper meals. I am only 39 year town guy, but still I know what looks like chooping a trees with the axe the whole day. This is what makes natural stamina. Even today when I need to carry some heavy stuff around and some 25 year old boy needs to give a help, most of them are exausted after just 10 min. as my body getting to heat up. I have never broken a single bone in my body and I had some pretty serious 30feet free fall. All these new kids needs proper healthy food and lot's of hard work like in the old days, not some new age bullshit training. They should spend more time running on a field than on a court. Leg joints become much better if you do 5-8 miles running outside on a field. I think most of these young talents would not even stand 5 miles without a tarmac.

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Mr. Fancypants
Mr. Fancypants

I wish players played 3 or 4 years in college. I'm not a shill for the NCAA. I don't even watch college hoops. I'm not even going to talk about "kids getting their education". I just think that players would be better developed before they start their NBA career, some of the late bloomers would get more of an opportunity to make it in the NBA, while some players would get weeded out. I honestly believe that the NBA would make more money, the players would make more money, and draft picks would make more money.

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Kian Rick
Kian Rick

Well said well illustraited

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Samuil Nachev
Samuil Nachev

At 0:30 why did you crossout CJ And Steven Adams

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DingisMaximus
DingisMaximus

Too much junk food

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Barkions Games
Barkions Games

This is an incredible video, should be on TV

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Ismael aljaroudi
Ismael aljaroudi

hey jimmy, great work- honest and very informed. just another prospective and this is also the opinion of starting strength founder mark rippetoe in regard to football coaches but coaches in general for any sports have bought into these gimmick methods of training (training intensity and volume regulation is another topic), but if you stick to the fundamentals of strength training and human adaptation there is absolutely no reason for someone like zion not to be in shape with the size and strength he already has. we dont realise these athletes are genetically gifted far beyond average in terms of performance, but we dont see that potential reached because of crap coaches- they might even regress because the work load and diet changes.

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SonGuru Kirby
SonGuru Kirby

0:24 cj McCollum best player there, then victor Oladipo, then steven Adams. I used to be a trey burke fan but hes kinda disappointed

Il y a 9 jours
Jeffrey Jimenez
Jeffrey Jimenez

Nobody wants to hear this excuse every era used to the max what was available to push the body it's that nowadays draft not ready players for the league

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pete blast
pete blast

0:52 what a travel.

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Aaron
Aaron

This is so correct. Remember the "training mask?" Everyone was buying them. All the athletes had them. Despite the fact that the peer reviewed scientific research showed that the only thing the training mask provided was a larger diaphragm. Which does not aid performance. People bought in despite the facts and the research. Kinesio tape is the thing right now. No science to show that it does anything other than a placebo. However, now, a trainer will tape a player all up and tell them they're good to go in a game when realistically they are not good to go and are probably going to injure themselves or exacerbate an existing injury. Nobody pays attention to the real science. Research studies are not easy to read if you haven't been educated on how to glean the proper information from them. There are so many statistics that just go over most peoples' heads. Regardless, read an abstract and read a conclusion of a research study. Most are freely available on google scholar. Educate yourself. Make sure your trainers are educated.

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thematrix28
thematrix28

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.

Il y a 10 jours
all good
all good

Who cares ? Today's ball sucks and it's only getting worse .

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Malachi Penalver
Malachi Penalver

They are rushing it.

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hbdeek723
hbdeek723

He put Patrick mccaw like that wasn’t Vince’s fault

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michael
michael

We can all see it. Curry was a kid when he first stepped onto the floor and was then labeled injury prone when in fact he was just not full grown yet. The 1 and done rule is just stupid and age shouldn’t be a factor cuz we all mature at different rates. But like I said, we can all see it so we should be able to measure it... a physical maturity metric. Using something like this, the nba can draft at any age they want, but the players can’t set foot on the floor until they pass a certain threshold and if drafted young, they gotta be paid. With something like this, young players will be safe and the teams will figure it out.

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The Masoko
The Masoko

Uh the ankle rolling it’s so hard to watch

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Rock
Rock

Imagine how it feels once it happens

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Allagadan Design
Allagadan Design

NBA or any other league is a business, get used to it. It's their choice, and if they don't do it, somebody will still do it no matter what. Take it or leave it.

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Monk Killedababy
Monk Killedababy

Dude, you missed to opportunity to compare the NBA to club level soccer teams. its pretty common for barcelona to acquire players before theyre even 14. soccer prodigies dont have to wait, and they usualy are treated a bit better, given more time.

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derrick brandon
derrick brandon

I would n wouldn’t because someone of his caliber still have things to learn about the fundamentals of basketball including being put in a leadership role

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Leo Rivera
Leo Rivera

I would never pick a 15 yr old for the NBA. He might be great but let the boy finish high school first. Also, him having a superstar NBA player for a dad does "NOT" guarantee he will even reach or surpass his father level. The rules are in place for many reasons. It protects players and teams.

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Saidou Diallo
Saidou Diallo

Exactly look at MJ's kids

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Babble
Babble

Chris R He is not full grown these players in the league are not like these high schoolers he’s going to get raped

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Chris R
Chris R

Leo Rivera why? If they’re good enough, then why wait?

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King Agility
King Agility

Click bait ass titles

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Dakota Donkin
Dakota Donkin

Athletes are over paid

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Matthew Playz
Matthew Playz

Yep

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MrMisanthrope1
MrMisanthrope1

there all wearing junk shoes, there wearing a shoe thats made for pure fashion and not made for performance. its like driving an f-1 car on the wrong tires your gonna have a bad accident crash and burn.

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T E N N O
T E N N O

What shoes would you recommend then?

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QUiK WiDiT
QUiK WiDiT

Congrats on a million subs 🎉

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Bobby Williams
Bobby Williams

Easy answer. Wearing low top shoes.

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Jack Oake
Jack Oake

Imagine 15 year old bronny v lebron 😂

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DARK SIDE
DARK SIDE

manny pacquiao start 14 yrs old.. 😅

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Butch Ma
Butch Ma

Yes! Anyways, it is not your money, it's a million dollars call for those who has money!!!!

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East Killer
East Killer

Holy fuck you repeat yourself so fucking much that this video would be 5mins.

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The Session Podcast
The Session Podcast

Michael Jordan. Missed rookie season. 3 years of college. Point void. Think it’s just the transition on the body.

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Raisin
Raisin

Bronny is already 15?? Damn time flies by fast

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Jay J Dimatulac
Jay J Dimatulac

Great research..got all the numbers you need for this..well done!👍

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Stay_at_home_Dad
Stay_at_home_Dad

People should be taking a long look at Tom Brady's regiment.

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Jordan
Jordan

Yes that’s right his feet

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Kirby Augustine
Kirby Augustine

To the NBA, rookies potentially sustaining career ending/ altering injuries is considered the cost of doing business.

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Eungul Cho
Eungul Cho

I have always enjoyed your channel. But just realized that I have not subscribed to your channel so I did. I think you are very sharp and good insight and knows what is right and wrong. I also like the tone of your voice and the way you talk. Thanks for great and compassionate contents.

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Real Name
Real Name

I hope the NBA can shake things up and allow this to happen. It would be awesome.

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J K
J K

Because nobody know or cares

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GRIMS REVENGE
GRIMS REVENGE

Do you really want to know why so many players are getting hurt. Because in our society 94% of these players have traded milk for weed. So now you got a league full of Samuel L. Jackson ....GRIM.

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HaitianHunter
HaitianHunter

I hope this is just a joke from somebody shit at making jokes

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Ohh No No
Ohh No No

Omg this video just thought of Lebron James Jr. playing against his dad in the NBA

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Bryan Mobley
Bryan Mobley

Dope video thank you high roller this was very helpful

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