Whether it is the 24 billion deal which the NBA made, in 2014, with Turner Broadcasting and The Walt Disney Company or the 871.6 in revenue 81% came from TV and marketing fees that the NCAA made in 2012, sports is and will continue to be show business Given this high powered nature of sports, it is vital for athletes particularly high school and beyond to become familiar and better educated on the dynamics and economics of their respective leagues and to better position themselves for success on their own terms This book aims to bring you clear and practical strategies on how to succeed as an athlete It is written for you, the athlete to prepare you to raise the bar, because he who prepares has already won half the battle You were born to BALL...
|Title||:||Born 2 BALL: So You Want To Be A Professional Athlete?|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform January 5, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||132 pages|
|File Size||:||567 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Born 2 BALL: So You Want To Be A Professional Athlete? Reviews
This book is a must read. It goes deeper than anything I have ever seen when it comes to the economics behind sports. It brings up not only why many athletes fall into financial trouble shortly after retiring, but the steps to correct the problem. Adefope highlights the responsibilities of not only the athlete, but the athlete's agents, academic institutions, families and even the sports leagues themselves in preventing athletes' financial ruin. This book is a must have for any athlete or relative of an athlete. If you want someone to succeed as much off the court as he or she does on the court, you must have this book.
Completely agree with the other reviewers. This book is a must-read. It breaks down the game (pun-intended) expertly. The author explains the pitfalls so many athletes fall into, but he also details how to avoid them. In addition, he also goes in depth about the other aspects of professional sports - agents, families, the leagues, etc. I can't recommend this book enough. If you're an athlete, related to one, a fan of sports, or even just want to learn, get this book.
This book was well written, and broken down nicely. It was easy to understand and gave me a lot of knowledge on the sports industry. I will keep going back to this book for help on questions I have. I think this book would not only help athletes like me but anyone who just wants to learn more about professional sports. Great book!