Ep227 Rise Basketball

Duration: 27′ 56″


Interview with owner / founder of Rise Basketball – Jules Montgomery
Practices and tournaments take place at Jimmy Carter Middle School.

Rise Basketball helping youth basketball players.
Giving the opportunity and encouragement to overcome
their fears and become great basketball players.

Check out the interview and if you have questions, feel free to question
by email or social media!
Have a great day everyone!

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Rise Basketball Links:
https://www.risebasketballschool.com/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/risebasketballschool/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/risebasketballschool/
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NABI 2018 with Wolfpack

Wolfpack freshmen basketball team consisting of Pueblo and Navajo Native Americans teamed together to get in on one of the biggest Native tournaments in the US. Here are few vlogging videos from time spent in Maricopa, AZ.




Quick pictures and videos during these days in Maricopa, AZ were also available on social media sites! Follow along with the #Rotpod.

 

Ep189 Super Smash

Duration: 41’10”

Drop the Mic TV show by Method Man
http://www.tbs.com/shows/drop-the-mic

Coach P
Shooting and individuals camp
Christmas and new years

http://www.championshipbasketballacademy.com/

Kinemaster video editor video maker
Subscription service or free to use
https://www.kinemaster.com/

Daily Deals info
https://rollinofftrackpodcast.com/deals/

Little Anita’s
New Mexican food.
Burritos and combination plates are the best.

https://www.littleanitas.com/

Super Smash Bros Tournament
New Mexico Smash Scene
Top 2 getting paid
Doubles event
Singles event
Smash Bros tournament every other weekend
Event calender
Gamers Anonymous

https://www.facebook.com/groups/NMSmash/

Golden Gun Gaming
More and more tournaments
2k Tournaments
Rotpod Tournaments
Halloween costume visits get one hour free gametime

http://www.goldengungaming.com/

How I Record Basketball Games

If I had a long selfie stick that extended 20 feet high, that would be my choice for recording basketball games from above the players! But I don’t……..

I mount both my camcorder and my GoPro on my 6 foot tripod. The 1080p 60fps camcorder is used to record the whole game from start to finish. I do stop recording when there is no play on the court, so when the viewer is watching the game, they don’t have to see the referee or players gather themselves for the next play. Think of it as skipping the commercials!

The second camera is my GoPro Hero4 that is mounted right next to the camcorder. It has the same view as what the camcorder is seeing and is set at 1080p 60fps as well. The GoPro is on record non-stop from finish to end. If there was a great moment that occurred, I simply just hit the tag button. This tag button is used to easily find the special moments in software so I can easily extract these seconds for highlight moment videos that I like to share on social media.

There it is! Would you like to share your tips for how you record your events?

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