Miami, FL, June 20, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- SportsEdTV filmed its first basketball instruction videos with former NBA players and Miami Heat Teammates Tim Hardaway and Mark Strickland last week in Miami. The basketball video content represents the company's fifth sport library, which includes tennis, golf, weightlifting and esports. The free basketball instruction videos will go live on the SportsEdTV website later this summer.
“SportsEdTV is helping people become better basketball players, regardless of age, location, financial resources or access to good local coaching,” said SportsEdTV guest coach Tim Hardaway, a 5-Time NBA All-Star and 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist. He added, “This will be a game changer for people around the world who can now learn from the best coaches and players in basketball. I learned a lot in my career as a pro and am happy to now share that knowledge with the world through the SportsEdTV platform.”
“It’s great to connect with my good friend and former Heat teammate to bring this instruction to aspiring basketball players around the world,” said Mark Strickland, Director of Basketball for SportsEdTV and 10-year NBA veteran. He added, “Tim was great to play with and was really fun to work with on camera for this new video series. His knowledge of the game and entertaining communication style will make it fun for people to watch and learn. I’m looking forward to featuring more of my former NBA teammates, friends and coaches on SportsEdTV.”
With the launch of basketball, SportsEdTV continues to fulfill its mission of bringing free world-class sports instruction videos in all sports to people across the globe. Later in 2019, the company will launch soccer and boxing content with leaders in those sports.
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provides free, world-class, online video instruction in over thirty sports. Our expert coaches teach technique, strategy, tactics, strength and conditioning, nutrition, mental toughness, and the unique lifestyle complexities of being an athlete to competitors and sport participants at all levels, from beginner through professional. Everyone can improve by watching our videos. Our “tips of the day” and video analysis of great champions are insightful, and viewers can enjoy our fun “play of the day” features and global news updates on their favorite sports, teams and events. It’s great for athletes, coaches and parents looking for an edge.