I love watching basketball coaches. How they talk to their players. Their body language at key moments. How they prepare for games. How they accept victory and defeat, and their approaches to handling both. I've had over 25 different coaches.. and that's only counting after college, so I would say I have a pretty good sample size to compare from.
But this post isn't about coaching styles, techniques, or methods. It's about
The world isn't a perfect place. We're not all born on an equal playing field. But one of the best things about living in these great United States is that we're all given an equal opportunity to rise up out of any circumstance and achieve success at the highest level.
At this time last year Lebron James would've never been considered for 'Greatest Player of All-Time.' If 'Bron wouldn't have won a championship, he'd still be on the outside looking in--sitting right next to Charles Barkley and a bag of Popeyes chicken--proving, once again, that a player's career is defined by championships.