Former NBA player Jim Jackson joins Ballers with Babies and shares his experience playing for 14 different NBA teams, not knowing about his son for the first 5 years of his life and then building a relationship with him, and what he would do if he could make one change to the NBA.
On this week's episode of Ballers with Babies, Gotham Chopra shares what it's been like working with some of the greatest athletes in sports history - Tom Brady, Kobe Bryant, and now Lebron James - who all have managed parenting at the same time.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf joins Ballers with Babies and discusses his growth as a person, getting involved in sports broadcasting, why athletes and military veterans face similar issues post-career/post-service, his thoughts on athletes coming out about mental health issues, and if he thinks Baker Mayfield will excel at the pro level.
On this week's episode of Ballers with Babies, Ryan Wendell shares what it was like playing for the Patriots, the worst parenting advice he's ever received, and how he's adjusting to his post-NFL life.
Curtis Conway joins Ballers with Babies and shares what it was like having Muhammad Ali as a father-in-law, why football is an important outlet for those in poor communities, why he struggles with spoiling his kids, and how to combat burnout in youth sports.
Marcellus Wiley shares why he almost quit football at age 12, what it was like growing up in Compton, how his family deals with the spotlight, the reason he became a Clipper fan, and why he thinks the Chargers made the right decision coming to LA.
Rob Ryan is this week's guest on Ballers with Babies. He shares how he's managed coaching and raising a family, what it was like having a dad as an NFL coach, why he's better looking than his brother Rex, and coaching under Bill Belichick.
Matt Leinart is this week’s guest on Ballers with Babies. He discusses his dominant run coaching his son, Cole, in flag football, why he retired, why he still believes football is a great game for kids, Sam Darnold leaving for the NFL, and more.
Former NFL linebacker, Kirk Morrison, joins Ballers with Babies. He shares how football helped shape his parenting style, realizing his dream of becoming a Raider, the best organizations in the NFL, how he used an alter ego to differentiate the person he was on the field from off the field, and why he thinks players are misunderstood by fans.
Matt Barnes joins Ballers with Babies and shares what it’s like having twins boys, how he’s different on and off the court, the situation with Derek Fisher, why he’s so close to Draymond Green, and what his plans are now that he’s recently retired.
Baltimore Ravens running back Danny Woodhead joins Ballers with Babies and shares how he's managing 4 kids under the age of 6, how being undrafted motivated him, and what it was like playing for BIll Belichick.
Former PGA golfer and current broadcaster Arron Oberholser joins Ballers with Babies and discusses the importance of avoiding burnout, letting your kids make their own decisions, what it was like playing golf with Tiger Woods throughout college, and why so many millennials are dominating the PGA tour.
Ryan Hollins joins Ballers with Babies and shares what it was like having kids young, playing basketball overseas, how he got the nickname "Booty Call" and why he believes every player should look out more for their own brand.
Former MLB pitcher Jim Abbott joins the Ballers with Babies podcast to discuss his life off the field, if he had any hesitancy having kids due to being born with only 1 hand, his thoughts on the current state of baseball and more!
On this week's episode, Mark Schlereth discusses the struggles athletes endure finding purpose post-football, how he got into the food business, and why he still believes football is a safe sport for kids to play.