Minute Basketball: SleepListen now (11 min) | addition to being a sports writer, I’m also an LSAT tutor. (What a condemnation of the industry that this author of a free Substa…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball LIVE: FandomListen now (22 min) | Louis: Welcome to Minute Basketball Live! The first Minute Basketball Live! I'm looking at Samson and his gorgeous place. He look…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: PivotsListen now (13 min) | It’s a subtle secret that most of basketball happens from the waist down. Your legs offer power for your jumpshot, of course, but…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: The PostListen now (14 min) | The post-up is the most intimate event on a basketball court. At no other moment are players closer together for a longer period …
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: The Princess BrideListen now (12 min) | We love stories. Drink them like we drink water when we wake up hungover. They’re the reason Tyrion volunteered Bran to be king i…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: Too Big to FailListen now (8 min) | Like most everyone else in the world, I was first introduced to the phrase, ‘too big to fail’ in 2008. When people who play self-i…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: RegretsListen now (10 min) | If you don’t have any regrets, then you haven’t actually lived. I don’t know where I heard that first, but I do know that I hear …
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: OutletListen now (8 min) | The sky was bluer yesterday in Toronto than I remembered it could be. That’s the thing about the winter; you forget things like th…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: FloatingListen now (8 min) | Floating is different from flying. It’s more descriptive. Flying doesn’t connote grace. It’s absolute. That’s why so many people c…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: Path DependenceListen now (10 min) | I spent last week in the woods, hiking through the tramped snowbanks of scattered sections of the Bruce Trail. It could not have …
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: InertiaListen now (8 min) | Inertia could be the most powerful force in human society. We take the path of least resistance for as long as it can lift our lop…
Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk
Minute Basketball: Delayed ReactionsListen now (6 min) | We don’t usually realize truths until long after they become true. That’s a fact, even if you never realized it (see what I did th…
Samson Folk and Louis Zatzman and Samson Folk