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Amar’e Stoudemire and Tamir Goodman will be running a Passover Basketball Camp in Jerusalem. Registration now open under the “Camps” section of this website.
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This Friday night 18 years ago I sat out of the biggest game of my life (conference semi final) as it fell on Shabbat. My father OBM traveled from Baltimore to be with me on Shabbat in a hotel close to the arena. Late Friday night, in an unprecedented example of sportsmanship and team spirit,...
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NOT “JUST” YOUR IMAGINATION – Thoughts on Parshat Yitro As we get older, life has a way of bringing us down. We smile and laugh less, become more cynical and stop using our imagination like we did when we were kids. In Parshat Yitro, this week’s Torah portion, we learn an important lesson in dealing...
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From my garage to the NBA 6 Tips That I Learned the Hard Way That Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know! After suffering a career ending knee injury I dedicated myself to creating a training aid that would help the next generation of basketball players. My intent was to give back to the game that gave...
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Ramah, Wingate and Tamir Goodman TeamUp for from a slam dunk Coaching Course!
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  450 Participants! Park Avenue Synagogue has brought a record breaking 450 congregation members to Israel for an unforgettable 8 day trip! Humbled and honored that I got to speak and run a clinic for this incredible Community. Special thanks to Rabbi Neil Zuckerman and Shelley Aidler of Daat Travel. Basketball In Jerusalem Kol Hakavod...
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Here are 2 positive takeaways from the “LeBron Lyrics saga.” Please consider the following: Teaming Up: Having spent most of my life deeply involved in the basketball world, I have long witnessed the commonality, brotherhood and love between the African American and the Jewish communities. Both are people of faith and creativity, with deep spirituality,...
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Young Boy Big Dreams! Feeling inspired watching my son Matanel walk to school. Most people would see trees, street signs and rocks. He sees hoops, fans and defenders. He doesn’t care what others think of him while he’s making his moves on the sidewalk – as his imagination is his happy place. His actions remind...
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