What's going on? Everybody thank you for tuning in and joining in.
Um, welcome to SportsCastr again.
I have a very different, unique show today that I'm doing.
Um, I have two very special guests, and, um, gratefully I've been able to meet them on SportsCastrs platform, and we've been able to use this other platform called Stream Yard enable in order for us to communicate and all be at the screen at once.
And today we are going to break down some film.
So we're going to do a film ****ysis on some different MBA and W NBA games.
We're going to highlight special players and their skills, and we're gonna use my influence in my experience and showing you guys kind of how to break down film.
Breaking down film is really important, especially if you want to get to the college level.
I started watching film when I was probably in seventh grade.
I would take my own films.
I mean, my own games, and I wouldn't take that film, and I would go back at home that same day and watch it.
Um and I wouldn't watch the good games, right.
I would be looking at all of the things that I needed to work on and things that I were missing in my game.
Then I needed to get get better and get to the next level.
Eso I want to introduce you guys to my two very special guests.
Um, and they're gonna tell themselves a little bit about you and how I met them on SportsCastr.
What's going on, guys? What's up? Where I am? Pretty good.
I mean, Bastable, obviously.
So it's It's tough, but I'm super grateful to be on this show with you too.
I know you guys are both Ah, really talented SportsCastr.
So I'm really excited for this.
So we have Isaac Eagleman item Edelman and Isaac Fleischer.
That was good. That was good.
That was close enough.
Okay, Good that you meet online and I never get to meet you in person.
So you couldn't really tell me how to pronounce your name, right? And so I just tried it on the screen.
Yeah, it was a great effort.
Hopefully, hopefully I'll be able to maybe try.
I mean, I see you tried staying my name.
Maybe I'll be able to try breaking down some film as well, right? So tell the audience where you guys from so on, Isaac.
Gentlemen, I live in Florida, and you guys know me well on SportsCastr I got my SportsCastr showed on I'm very active. A SportsCastr.
I have a sports talk show on SportsCastr.
And yeah, again, I dio or four major sports.
Um and yeah, follow me on Twitter, Right? Isa Gettleman, Follow me on Instagram Icy Eat out Sports and the old sports talk show Official Twitter account is at one sport talk and yeah, so thank you, guys for supporting my channel.
And this is a big step in my broadcasting career and SportsCastr channel guys enjoy hearing will break down from or three of us an Adriana Han who has that great background so you can hear a different side of things from her.
Thanks, Isaac, onto the next.
I guess I'll be known as the other Isaac around here.
So, um, for those of you who I may not know, my name is Isaac Fleischer, and I'm pretty new to SportsCastr.
Um, So I discovered the at probably a couple weeks ago from one of my friends that he actually tagged my name on a tweet promoting his show when he actually went to tag the other Isaac over here the anyways, it gave me an idea that I should start building my own brand as I guess, a basketball personality.
Now I haven't instagram page all you guys should follow.
If you guys love basketball, make sure to follow my instagram at I hoops fl I post all things basketball at its highlights.
Player commitment updates all of that.
Good stuff, mixed tapes.
So make sure to follow my instagram I hoops fl the anyways, back to my channel I posted I post on Lee basketball content.
I don't know if you guys could tell by the backdrop behind me, but I am in love with the game of basketball.
Says in my bio that on that I am an inspiring basketball coach.
I really want to make sure that I make it in the field of basketball.
I guess so what you guys will be watching from my channels, all things basketball, high school, basketball, college basketball, N B A.
And I know that we're going to be breaking down some film today, and I'm really, really excited to do that? Because I know that this will be a big step for my, uh, hopefully coaching career.
Yeah, well, thank you, Isaac and Isaac.
Um, thank you for that.
Thank you for the audience again for tuning in.
So I was able to meet both Isaacs, um, as on SportsCastr.
But, you know, they were fans and supporters of my game as a player and really watched my career.
And so, thankfully, I've been able to kind of create an opportunity for both of us where we can really show the audience how to break down film, how to look at basketball, you know, just spoke to compare the MBA in the WNBA.
Even the college level will eventually get to.
But again, we're gonna be doing this once a week, okay? And highlighting very special players and please comment throughout this show for any questions that you may have any comments.
If you want us to pull starting players for next week or talk about certain topics, let us know, and we'll definitely get on a endure research.
So let's start it.
Let's start. Here we go.
So well, this player I picked now I remember that I told you guys.
I'm pretty sure in one of my solo broadcasts that I did tune into the W N B A Finals and this player she really, uh, really sparked my, I guess.
A pretty, uh, pretty talented guard, obviously a veteran and now WMD.
I'm a big fan of her.
She's probably I mean, I guess I don't really know too much on the W MBA to the players.
I do know. I would say it was my favorite.
I think she's an extremely entertaining player.
I did watch some of her film before this thing podcast.
I think that she's a great player that you guys should definitely tune in for.
So I guess I'll share.
My screen will start breaking down some of her.
Ah, highlights from the WNBA's bottles.
Yeah, let's see it.
Do you want to go first, or should I give it a go first? I'm a little bit nervous to do best, but show the 1st 1 better draw.
So the 1st 1 All right, we'll play it right from the jump.
Okay, so this is the first clip I'm a put on the screen, so Well, let's try.
Oh, here already.
I'll bring it back.
We'll just start over.
All right? Yeah.
I would screen Isaac.
And it won't exit.
You go out of the time. So you see. Yeah.
Alright, guys. Ready? You know.
All right, let's do this.
What do you have to say about that? Isaac, why did you pick this exact play on? I kind of like, See, I guess my, uh, my style or what I tell a lot of my friends is that I feel like the game.
Even though it is extremely complicated, I also feel like it could be very basic.
As you see, she has a little bit of a mismatch there.
And whenever my friends with mismatch, I'm like, screaming from the sidelines and I'm telling this body him up.
We could see she's gonna back down easily.
Her teammate over there is going to run to the the other corner, leaving her more space for her to finish it out.
The room you could see right there.
What other Isaac? What he had to say about this? Yeah.
You know the Spurs spinning around, you know, just trying to get around the defender and, um, you know, just using the left hand.
I think she's alrighty. Isn't true.
Because I saw the way she's dribbling.
So just using that opposite hand and having that touch, you know, to put it on.
And she's nuts just putting in, like as if you're doing a left handed free throw.
You know, she's off balance, so that shows you how.
Yes, I heard it from the top.
Yeah, I'll just just quick point guys.
It's really important that you can play with both hands.
I know some high school players that I always say the one bad part of the games.
They can't use both hands, so that's a very important coaching tip from Ah, from my hoops fl All right, let's looks run this back.
Let's write him back.
So great replay the part.
Oh, that's a deepening Things pretty short, uh, play replay the last one just so I could touch on it. Okay.
Yeah, go back a little bit.
So right from the beginning.
So, actually, for the audience.
When I was in eighth grade, I got recruited from Maryland University and Christy Tolliver was there at the time that we got some her.
She was really dope, you know, point guard, point guard, kind of relationship really looked up to her.
And then he you see or know Elena Della Donne on the bench.
She's the 65 girl, um, and ah, and BP of the WNBA's.
But she also went to my high school in Wilmington, Delaware.
So there's kind of, Ah, big relationship here.
Um, but if you see you know teammates, that's a good screen on the three point line.
I think Christie could have used the screen a little bit better, right? You could have went off tighter on that screen by it so we could watch that.
So if she would have been a little tighter, did the thunder wouldn't been able to recover, But she does a good job of using her left hand and using her body.
Christie Tolliver's about my height.
You know, they're not that tall out there, and you don't have to be.
You just have to get low.
Use your body be really strong.
And to be able to finish like that with the left hand.
I don't know if I could do that that consistently.
You know, that was really nice.
And she's a veteran, so she definitely has earned her spot out there.
It's like Chris Paul, you know, he's more this.
He's Ah, six foot.
What? You know, you are the smaller players.
You can get around people, so well, yeah, yeah, I kind of want to run this back.
Maybe maybe I'm just making stuff up, but did she do, like, a little bit of maybe, like, a jump stop there or something like that with the ball? So she didn't She didn't jump stop because it jumps.
That would be landing on two feet.
She kind of ah, hop into a pivot so her pivot would be her right foot, picked up, took her one bounce right, had a pivot foot and then kind of faded away as she turned to get get some more space.
Yeah, I understand.
All right, So here, here's this next play.
It's a pretty basic one.
Yeah, well, I mean, and now you're gone.
Gave it was your friend? Ah, Elena Della Donne.
Obviously, I guess it's a pretty basically for shooters.
I'm assuming you can relate to this a lot.
We'll see her coming off a nice screen there and then just being ready to shoot.
I mean, that stuff is all you gotta do.
Is the shooter's always be ready with your shooting.
Ah, with your students stance.
Um, if you play it back, you can see that.
Go ahead and play post.
Kind of sets a double, stagger in a sense.
And the defender went under the screen.
So whenever the defendant goes under the screen, you know, as an offensive player to gain more space by stepping back and then, you know, not a lot of point guards can shoot from that deep.
So for Christie? Yeah.
So for Christie to be able to shoot that far, You know, I'm surprised that the defender went under the screen.
If I was not defender, I would be guarding Christie.
You know, I kind of wouldn't be helping off of her.
I wouldn't let her get the ball back once he gave it up.
She's just I bet that defenders probably look play O's do film breakdown to see what they could get better.
And this is one thing.
If you're as a defender, you know what? You know.
Coaches look at this play and they say, Yeah, you should have went, you know, Yeah, medical screen the right away or something.
I actually was at the first game of the finals in D.
C. So I was there.
Yeah, she's a two time champion, so Yes.
All right, guys.
You guys ready for this next play? Yes. Here we go.
All right, let's do it.
I was a nice pass.
I think that was just really bad defense to be. Yeah.
Yeah, I agree of you.
You asked. Clearly.
See the defenders.
Like, I guess you could say there weren't really there.
They were all focused on the ball.
Had No, um I know our vision of the other offensive players.
When I learned how to play, man, help defense.
It's always see the balls to your man.
See the ball, see your man and you could see over there, um doesn't really look like why me? I guess you're looking right. Or hold on.
You see those two defenders there? Yes, everything on when it comes, like, see your man.
So your ball right at this level, it's not really like that, right? You have to remember, you know, so we can see that before there was a post guard ball screen, right? And unfortunately, what happened is the the defense right that post and guards switch defenders, which should never happen.
Right? Because I think back a few seconds.
You can see that through defenders guarding no one.
So right And then, you know the posted a good job of slipping to the best of the casino has a mismatch.
But the person that left Christie should not be the one to be in help, right? It should be the one.
The think That's Alissa Thomas standing on the block.
She should be the one to go to help, but unfortunately she's on Elena delle Donne.
So she's thinking, I can't let her shoot three pointers.
So, in this case, offenses just better than the defense.
Yeah, so just just a quick question, you said, like at the higher level of basketball, it's not as important to do the whole like, see the ball, I'd see your man type of thing.
It's so it's more of a concept of like Your defender is never to your back, right? Your chest is always open to your defender into where the ball is right in.
When it comes to guarding players at this level, right, you have to study what their strengths are, and sometimes they have all the strengths, so it's especially hard to guard them as a dependent right.
But you have to watch film, and I have to be like, All right, Christy Tolliver shoots really far back.
You know she can finish left, but she also likes to go right.
Like I said before, once she gets rid of the ball, I'm not letting her get it back.
So that's mine defensive standpoint.
And then once she gets it, you know it's a battle.
I just got to be ready and quicker than her and lower than her.
And and that's what these professional players do.
It's not, you know that, you know.
Thomas should be in a little bit of help, but have been again.
She's on Elena Della Donne, so that concept.
You know, it's hard, but the coach made a really nice play.
Yeah, better is wide open.
You see Right there. Yeah.
Um, see, the two defenders are going to know a few seconds.
And there was about one second on the shot clock.
This this place was one of my favorite place that I watched on when I was looked at this before because what I like what she did here, we could sneak to get this ball doesn't pump fake on that actually drives middle.
Ah, all three defenders all collapsed on her, so it's basically a pretty easy open.
Ah, balance Packer.
A teammate right over there on the baseline.
I mean, okay, so I have a couple of things to say about this plane, right? I'm always gonna be Devil's advocate.
Prison did a great job of pump faking.
Right defender really shouldn't even be jumping like that.
Christie had enough space to have a jump shot, right? And I think she kind of should be, um, a little bit selfish, just as a veteran.
And what's even worse is that the post completely leaves her player.
Right? Basketball, especially at this level.
You should never leave your player right.
You have to either stunt or pretend like you're gonna guard and come back, right? Never give up a lamp.
I mean, she completely came up.
What a great play. But wow.
More on the defense of end, right? Like, you know, and then a listen, Thomas again comes in here way too much and help like, you have to start and recover.
And remember, some of these girls are 63 right? They should just be slower and getting down, because their length is so much longer, you know? So definitely a couple options here, but with the events again, very good play drawing the defense.
That's why that's why she had the three players are on her.
All right, So what? Well, let's do a couple more plays of ah, Christy Tolliver and that will move on toe one of the N b.
A players that we got lined up for you guys.
I'm sure I'm sure something guys are eager to know what else we gotta coming up next.
Anyways, let's that let's move on to this one.
Oh, this this move.
I like I like a law.
I learn how I learn something like this and training that I once did.
I feel like it is kind of like a way to make spaced, I guess without, like, here, hold on a minute.
Um, let me show iPod deposits.
Like the perfect moment.
You kind of see how she put her on.
Think I would be her left leg forward.
Kind of making the defender go back a little more.
So she has to do is just move it back.
And then she has.
And then she's able to create that space between her and her defender.
I feel like the other.
Isaac is thinking of a video that he's seen me post before.
Something like that.
Where I made a girl fall doing this exact same move.
But this is Where were you? Think something? Can you hear me? Uh, I can hear you now, okay.
I couldn't hear Isaac the other.
OK, there we go.
So I so about that you go.
You know, what you were saying is I watched your a few highlights, but the main body I watched was your three port, your three pointers highlight video of the season to drop the Big East record.
And, you know, though step back threes were like her, so she probably trained this specific move over 5000 times.
Right now, I'm more I don't even know.
But almost every time she's on the basketball court training, she probably has trained doing this move.
And I'm not think this is like her move, and this is the only move she does.
But, you know, she doesn't just go out there thinking about doing this. Move right.
She's trained for this.
She's shot consistently in a workout to be able to shoot from the N B A.
You know, three point line and gain enough space.
Um, yeah, that's just phenomenal.
I mean, you can go out his face on allowing that.
Man, this is like one of my favorite moves.
2 or several time to show already knows.
I'm sure you can relate.
Yeah, it's followed through.
Boom, swish Here.
We could see it.
I got your beautiful move now.
And when she pulls it back, her feet are squared.
Um, she's not twisted, you know, A lot of players are able to athletically do that move, but they're not basketball able to make the shot eight out of 10 times, right? Because James Holden Steph Curry in the hope that move to get over Yeah, she's right square.
Follow through. You know, it's up.
It's going out a little bit, but she already let it all.
So, you know, she did a really good job.
All right, we'll do.
This will be the final play of Ah, Christy Tolliver.
Let let me know in the comments.
If you guys like how this how this film breakdown is going, I'm very curious to see what you guys are thinking.
I see you got a good amount of viewers here.
How you guys think this this breakdown of Christie Tolliver's All right.
So now for the final play of her, this will be back in Washington.
Just a nice solid on, I guess.
What was like a little lead past type of thing.
I've I've done something like this simply and then getting like Upper Crock doesn't have this far left in the top.
Let's just pause it from the top.
Yeah, I said, you don't need to do that with your mouth.
Just press the air on your keyboard so it goes back five seconds.
So that's easier, because All right, look, play it.
And I'll tell you when to call us, cause you're going cause uh huh, my fault, us.
You just do it with all.
Just do it with the keyboard.
So cause the mouse you don't know.
Like what position? I don't have a move back.
Five second keyboard, then you don't? No.
That is We're way. Almost.
I'm saying applying the deposit inspired because so great job of, like, last break.
Right? Everybody knows exactly where to run.
Suppose that bound made a great outlet to Christie, right? Christie pushed middle.
Has the two wings on each sign forward goes right down the middle of the lane. She sprinting.
Defense has to get back, and they're not.
Christie makes a great lob pass, and it's a two point play.
That's a fast break.
Yeah, I never realized I just to realise, because we have a drill called Called Off like the five take a five second or not five seconds, like a five mandrill.
The 20 seconds where all five.
These players have to make one lay up on the position.
I never realized this is so perfect.
You have your two.
You're to wing players at the sideline as they should.
And then you got your your four and five run in the middle.
And then your guard, I guess, Like, I guess.
And like, the middle as well.
Giving a great, um, Lee Pasto, one of her big men.
Yeah, I never realized how perfect spacing was.
That's Ah, that's all right.
That's my basketball coach Will love.
Tell us to see that.
So, um, next, what's the next guest? All right.
So the next player that we got for you guys, I know you are a little bit eager to do some of these highlights off.
I don't know how well these will be.
Just a breakdown on film, but I was watching.
I think that should go.
All right, Um, with Nash, I don't know what you real quick, you maybe consider him a little bit under rain.
In a way, I mean, his his passing is unbelievable.
I mean, I would say no, because in the basketball world, right? If I were to have this conversation with you guys, which already did, and from the people that I know and met trainers, coaches, professional athletes it is very known that Steve Nash is one of the best point guard I want.
He's not under you, right? But, you know, he doesn't have the shoe, right? He doesn't have a lot, doesn't He wasn't in the commercial, like, you know, And trust me, he was all over in terms of marketing and advertising.
But, you know, it's different now, right? But seat Nash.
I mean, do I think people will think about, um I hope so later on, but he is one of my favorite point guards of all time.
So, uh, we got I think this just got, like, a little LA entra real quick and then Okay, here we go.
Here, now, in slow mo the I guess his sort of vision, in a way, looking almost at the rim.
And then that kind of makes all three of those defenders kind of drug, or I started getting these born.
Yeah, You talk out there, I'm stuck up sharing your screen and then re sure you're screwed your different tab.
Okay, Well, how do I how? Okay, I see *** on a minute.
By the way, guys were the 1st 1 of the first to ever kind of use dream yard with SportsCastr, I think right.
And bring out film into this video so Well, yeah, well, allow us first of technical difficulties.
I mean, you know, tons of people used to dream out on SportsCastr over with the film ****ysis.
They're sharing your screen.
It's always That's why I can't do it with my computer.
It's slow doing playing the videos.
Why don't we go to LeBron James if you have that? Yeah, yeah.
Let me just take me like a second pull off road, quick.
Let me just get my leg ready.
When we get something doing, I'm sure way could just talk about LeBron James.
I mean, he is an all around player.
I mean, you know, he can block shots because he's that height.
Um, he just he could shoot, um, he can dunk.
He could do everything.
That's why he's another on player, and that's what makes him so good.
But I bet there's tons of all around players, but they're just not noticed because right you, you're not a good three point.
True, you could shoot threes, but you're not a good one. Inconsistent.
I mean, LeBron James is not the best three point judo, but he's definitely good.
I think it's something out of it size of his hands.
But when I see like LeBron James, like shoot or like path, for example, he just makes it look so easy. I was watching.
They were doing a replay of his game against the Boston Celtics last year.
I recall on like Rajon Rondo had, like, a buzzer beater, But I think they're like 25 seconds left.
Maybe, and he's like, post up because that little like, step back, three type of thing like it was nothing like perfect swish like I don't know.
I have no clue how he does it.
Okay, Well, LeBron James, I think, is, you know, I used to actually dislike him when he was on Miami, and I like him as a Lakers, Yes, but I also really liked about Cleveland the most.
I think he should have stayed, but he's super athletic and I think the type of player, like physically that he is, um, changed the game of basketball.
In a sense, it allowed players to not be restricted into one position, right? LeBron isn't just a point guard.
He's not just almost a shooting guard or a post innocence right? He's kind of all of those things.
You could run the floor.
Makes it great, is a great passer.
Army reads the floor really well.
Like I said, he's athletic and can pretty much do anything in the paint.
So that most right there and then he definitely is the shooter.
I think, Um, I don't think he's one of the best shooters of all time, but I'm definitely putting the hand up and yeah, and then we're gonna say this for another video talking about Jimmy Butler, me and I'd go Heat fans.
Smith says, is one of the most underrated players in the NBA.
No, he actually said he is the most.
He is the most underrated player in the NBA.
I don't agree with that, but why people sleep on Jimmy Butler and we'll talk about this and other videos is because he is not a three point judo, but the three point shooter, like I think he can make a three point shot, just doesn't.
And that's just amazing.
He racks up his points from shooting two pointers, not even dunks.
Yes, just does those jumpers from, like, the free throw line.
And that's what he gets open.
He's going around, brother.
Watch Jimmy Butler that much until he came to Philly and play for the Sixers.
You know, I kind of forgot that he was even there.
So you know, I've never really been a huge like fan and what, like watched his games.
But you know, im I just hope that we can even watch N b A.
A Zilong is like the world is healthy, right? That's first and foremost.
But you know, who knows? Right now they're doing training camps, you know, a little bit with four people at a time, you know, standing with one trainer, Limited.
Have to wear masks and stuff like Sam time balls and everything like that.
So they're doing what they need to do.
But, you know, the W B A season is in the summer as Well, so who knows about that? But, um, I think in future videos, we could involve talk about any.
Have you got any last comments, You know? Please leave them here.
I think we're going to definitely saved these videos.
Um, because right now we're having technical difficulties, but that's OK.
We hit our mark with Christy Tolliver.
We show you some amazing highlights and broke down some film.
But we're actually gonna show you the video tomorrow, so I know that we said once a week, but we want to give you guys this amazing experience and show you what we put together.
So tune in tomorrow.
Um, we will let you know and tweet about it before specifically what time? But Isaac and Isaac are doing this with me again.
Uh, thank you guys so much for doing this.
We created a great opportunity, and please comment below what you think I am.
And we'll see you tomorrow.
So we plan on doing these videos up, uh, one or two times a week and, you know, doing a few one or turn film ****ysis videos, you know, a video and yeah, just talking about different controversial MBA topics.
Hearing from Adriana, it is always great because she just has that nice backgrounds of, you know, MBA again.
I say in the eight, she wasn't in that.
Maybe she wasn't in the WNBA, but she was definitely good enough to be.
And, uh, yeah, so she she knows her stuff, guys.
Yeah, yeah, not there.
But I'll do this.
I feel this is just definitely better for me.
Yeah, Just what people just think that, you know, no WMD, a players, but, you know, cause I was in high school players, but you still watch them be a Yeah, tell us about it.
That's what you said.
You want to be a broadcast or two when you were younger.
So that's why it's great.
Yeah, I can't agree with either.
More of like, I just always think it's cool, kind of to see, like, a player's background of Ah, I guess the game of basketball.
Obviously, like Isaac and I can talk about it, I guess from ah and ish his point of view.
I I guess I play a little bit, so I kind of understand how the game works more, but it's kind of cool knowing, like, I guess you're back on your experience because you you really does give, I guess saw.
I really get the cherry on top of, like, a perfect conversation or basketball because you could just describe things in, like, ways that I can.
Yeah, wow, you know, that's what we're trying to do here.
And that's why I thought like Isaac, You show me the film breakdown announced ****ysis.
Isaac, you introduced me to Isaac.
We started on this SportsCastr platform.
You know, I met you guys, and I think all of our different skills and what we can combine can really create this and the film.
So we would also I love to do other things in film was well like I don't think we necessarily always have to do game highlights.
Yeah, maybe we could just do other people's films.
Maybe we can have our followers have them send us their personal film, and we could break it down for you guys personally.
If you play basketball, have already filmed your games and you don't even know how to really start.
Send it to us. GMOs.
Did you have any questions? And we'll and we'll break it down for you.
But thank you guys again so much.
We'll see you tomorrow.
And, uh, thank you for tuning in.
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We're gonna try to and broke people in the comments, you know, get them involved.
Yeah. Let us know what you guys think.
I'm very interested to know what's on your your mind, I guess.
All right, you guys.
We'll see you tomorrow.
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