Relive Pete Maravich 68 Points performance against the New York Knicks. The New Orleans Pelicans and FOX Sports New Orleans today announced the re-broadcast of the February 25, 1977 matchup between the New Orleans Jazz and the New York Knicks, airing tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. as part of FOX Sports New Orleans’ encore programming.
In front of a sold-out crowd at the Louisiana Superdome, ‘Pistol’ Pete Maravich scored a career-best 68 points against a Knicks team that featured five Hall of Famers including Bill Bradley, Walt Frazier, Bob McAdoo, Earl Monroe, and Phil Jackson.
Pete Maravich Highlights
Pete Maravich Career Stats
Maravich appeared in 330 career regular-season games for the Jazz from 1974-79. A five-time NBA All-Star and four-time All-NBA selection, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1987.
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Pete Maravich College Records
Prior his professional career, Maravich starred at LSU where he was a unanimous three-time All-American and the 1970 College Player of the Year, and holds the NCAA record for career points (3,667) and points per game (44.2).
Additionally, FOX Sports New Orleans will air a New Orleans Jazz Classic TV pregame show at 6:30 p.m., during which Pelicans play-by-play man Joel Meyers will preview the contest and interview a number of the game’s participants including McAdoo, Maravich’s Jazz teammate Jim McElroy, and Jazz official scorer and New Orleans basketball historian Bob Remy.
Where to Watch Pistol Pete!
FOX Sports New Orleans encore programming is available statewide on cable and satellite providers Cox, DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse, and Charter:
Like every player in the NBA, Giannis Antetokounmpo works out to maintain his body in order maximize his performance on court. Unlike most players in the league, Giannis Antetokounmpo is 6 feet 11 inches tall, weighs roughly 250 lbs, and is just as fast as many of the leagues point guards. Who are half a foot shorter than him, by the way. His physical attributes combined with his incredible speed, and his Greek nationality, have garnered him the nickname “The Greek Freak”. Widely known for his ball handling and all-around game, we take a look at Giannis Antetokounmpo Workout!
As previously mentioned, Giannis is originally from Greece. Born to Nigerian parents in Athens, Greece in 1994, Giannis quickly moved up through the Greek youth basketball program. By 2011 he started playing professionally for the Filathlitikos Basketball Club in Greece. It didn’t take more that two years before he caught the eye of NBA scouts and was drafted 15th overall to the Milwaukee Buck in 2013.
Giannis MVP Stats
Before moving into the workout its worth taking a look at Giannis’ stats from his MVP season. As the 2019 NBA League MVP, Giannis averaged 27.7 ppg, 12.5 rpg, 1.3 spg, and 1.5 bpg.
That stat line made him just the second player in NBA History to average more than 27 ppg, 12 rpg, 5 apg and 1.4 bpg. Kareem Abdul-Jabbaris the only other player to accomplish this feat, which only adds fuel to the fire of the already booming legacy of “The Greek Freak”.
Giannis Antetokounmpo Workout
Alright enough of the background and the MVP caliber stats. It’s time to get down to the grind. What makes Giannis Antetokounmpo such a special player apart from his size, skill, speed, and basketball knowledge?
The answer is simple: His work ethic. In an interview he was asked about his workout regimen:
“It’s very important for me to never stop improving, even in the offseason. When I’m not on the court playing I’m in the gym training and building strength. There is no time off. Eating well and exercising right is very important to me.”
The guy is fully dedicated to his craft and takes his strength and endurance training very seriously. You don’t win league MVP over a guy like LeBron James on sheer talent and size alone. Let’s get to it!
Giannis Antetokounmpo Upper Body Workout
Getting shredded like Giannis doesn’t just happen by chance. Antetokounmpo upper body workout is as intense as it gets. He hits the upper body on Mondays and Wednesdays each week. Each workout is loaded with dynamic exercises to increase strength and endurance. Oh, and by the way he does it TWICE a day! At least hour each session.
The following chart shows each exercise Antetokounmpo completes for his upper body workouts. Including approximate number of reps, as well as, how many sets. Again, he does this 2X a day on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Giannis Upper Body Workout Exercises
Standing shoulder Shrugs
Incline Flat Bench Press
Close Grip Pull Up
Dumbbell Laterall Raise
Dumbbell Front Raise
Seated Cable Row
Seated Cable Scapular Retraction
Machine Chest Press
Incline Machine Chest Press
Lat Pull Down
Machine Overhead Press
Machine Reverse Fly
Tricep Press Downs
The table shows Giannis Antetokounmpo's upper body exercises. Each exercise is done in succession with 30-60 seconds of rest inbetween each set.
Giannis Antetokounmpo Lower Body Workout
For Tuesdays and Thurdays Giannis turns his focus to his lower body. Very similar to his upper body workout, Giannis completes each exercise each with a varying amount of reps and sets. He completes all of his exercises in roughly an hour and a half… And then later in the day he does it all again. Sounds crazy, but like the MVP award, you don’t get the nickname “Freak” by chance either. Antetokounmpo flat out goes after it.
The chart below shows each lower body exercise Antetokounmpo completes. Including approximate number of reps, as well as, how many sets of each.
Giannis Lower Body Workout Exercises
Leg Curl (1 set for each leg)
One Leg Press (1 set for each leg)
Leg Curl Exercise Ball (1 set for each leg)
One Leg Hip Extension (1 set for each leg)
The Bridge on an Exercise Ball
Standing Calf Raise
Cable Side Bend
The table shows Giannis Antetokounmpo's lower body exercises. Each exercise is done in succession with 30-60 seconds of rest in-between each set.
Obviously though all of this, Giannis is still hitting the hardwood everyday to hone in his skills on the court. With that, he’ll get a decent amount of cardiovascular exercise, but to thrive in the constant back and forth nature of basketball it’s not enough for th MVP.
Antetokounmpo focuses on cardio on Fridays and Saturdays. For cardio Giannis likes to switch it up quite a bit and keep the body guessing. He’ll do sprints in the gym, HIIT treadmill sessions, longer distances outside, on the treadmill, or even stationary bike work.
To mix it up from traditional running/ gym activities he will often hop in the pool and swim some laps. And to keep it simple he’ll play other sports as well to stay fresh and loose.
On Sundays Giannis rests and often does not take part in weight lifting or intense cardio or any kind. He is a big believer in rest and recovery and its importance in the process of peak athletic performance. At most he will do some like stretching, resistance band work, or even through in a yoga session. With regards to his thoughts on stretching, Giannis has this to say:
It’s the best fitness advice I’ve received,” he says. “It’s important to stretch and take care of injuries when they appear,”
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Diet
Antetokounmpo typically has a protein shake 45-60 minutes prior to his workout each day. He also is constantly drinking water to keep his body hydrated through all of the strenuous strength and cardio workouts each day.
His diet includes a variety of fresh fruits, eggs, oatmeal, and bacon for breakfast. From there he sticks to foods high in protein such as chicken and steak for his other meals, and directly after his workout. He doesn’t completely cut out carbs because those are very important for energy production, but he limits his intake. And as we’ve seen he expends a lot of energy. He doesn’t overindulge all in one meal either. He has 6 smaller meals spaced throughout the day for better digestion and nutients absorbtion.
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Workout is not for the faint of heart. This is a well-seasoned professional athelete we’re talking about here. I mean c’mon, his nickname is “The Greek Freak” for heavens sake. Based on what we have learned about his workout and diet, it really is no suprise Giannis is where he is in terms of his accolades at the highest level on the hardwood.
Giannis’ dedication to maintaining his body for his profession is an excellent example of the fact that talent and size will only get you so far. To be better than the best, you have to work harder than the best. Plain and simple.
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There will always be comflicting opinions as to who the G.O.A.T is when it comes to NBA Basketball. Many will say it’s MJ, many will say it’s LeBron, and other’s might say it’s Kobe. Regardless of whom you might think is the greatest of all-time, when it comes to NBA playoff basketball there is no debate; Michael Jordan is without a doubt the G.O.A.T in the playoffs. We take a look at Jordan’s incredible playoff statistics and reminice on the MJ’s glory days and Michael Jordan Playoff Record.
Before we really dig into why Michael Jordan is without a doubt the greatest playoff player in NBA we’re going to take a a look at some overlooked, underapprieciated stats of his.
One stat overlooked is the fact that Jordan’s Bulls went to the playoffs every single year he was on the team, with the exception of his rookie year. And if you know anything about the Chicago Bulls when Michael was drafted in 1984, they weren’t any good at all. The plan was to build around Jordan, which proved to be pretty good plan.
Michael Jordan Playoff Record Consistency
So in his 15 seasons with the Chicago Bulls, Jordan went to the playoffs 13 consecutive times (if you don’t count the ’94 playoffs when Jordan quit basketball to play baseball). So in 14 possible playoff appearences, Jordan went 13 out of 14. A 93% playoff appearence percentage for the G.O.A.T.
Another unbelievable Jordan playoff record is his 179 consecutive playoff games with 15 points or more! The record still stand to this day!
Jordan vs Kobe Playoffs
For Comparison, Kobe’s Lakers reached the playoff a total of 15 times in Kobe’s 20 Seasons in the league. That’s 75% playoff appearence percentage; 22% less then Jordan.
Jordan vs LeBron Playoffs
The comparison below shows Michael Jordan’s playoff averages vs that of LeBron James. Also included is each of the players NBA Finals Records, which is what many folks in the “Jordan is the undisputed G.O.A.T” department take there argument (I am one of those folks).
In his 13 playoff apperences, Michael Jordan started a total of 179 games. He won 119 of the games and lost 60. A playoff record of 119-60 gives Jordan a playoff winning percentage of 66%, which is the greatest playoff winning percentage of all-time.
Jordan Playoff Stats
In those 179 playoff games, Michael Jordan had 39 Double-Doubles, and 2 Triple-Doubles. So 23% of the time Jordan had a double-double or better. Jordan’s 33.4 points per game is the best playoff scoring average of all-time.
By the Numbers
I think the above infographic speaks volumes as to how dominant Jordan was in the playoffs. 1st or 2nd in every major category all-time. The man was a flat out winner.
Michael Jordan’s Finals Record
Michael Jordan’s record in the NBA is 6-0. Recap: 6 Appearences. 6 Championships. 6 Finals MVPs. Enough Said G.O.A.T. Take a look at the tape for yourself!
LeBron has been the poster child for the NBA before he even came into the league. For the better part of the last two decades James has dominated the court in everyway imaginable. Despite having some of the highest expectations ever put on a professional athlete, LeBron hasn’t dissapointed, but has rather thrived in the enviroment. He has lived up to all the hype, overcomming a trememndous mountain of obstacles. King James has become a living legend of the game. Averaging an incredible 27.1 points per game for his career (through 2019-2020) is up there with the best. Haven’t you ever wondered ‘What is LeBron James Lowest Scoring Game Ever?
LeBron’s lowest scoring game in his career came while he was only 19 years old, in only his second season in the NBA. In a game on December 29th, 2004, against the Houston Rockets, LeBron had his lowest scoring output of his now 16 years career… A whopping 3 points. An amazing stat concerning low output for King James is that he has only been held to single-digit points 8 times in his entire career! Below is chart displaying the 8 games.
Lowest Scoring Games
Now that is flat out incredible considering how many games he has played, including the long playoff runs to The Finals. So now you’re asking ‘How many times has LeBron James been to The Finals?
An amazing stat concerning low output for King James is that he has only been held to single-digit points 8 times in his entire career! Now that is flat out incredible considering how many games he has played, including the long playoff runs to The Finals. So now you’re asking ‘How many times has LeBron James been to The Finals?
LeBron James Finals Record
James has been to the finals 8 times in his career. Winning 3 times and losing 5 times for a Finals Record of 3-5. This feat in itself is impressive, however, the amazing thing about LeBron’s 8 career Finals appearences is that they all came consecutively. That’s right, from the 2010-11 season to the 2017-2018 season, LeBron James went to the NBA Final 8 consecutive times!
Even though he’s in his 16th season LeBron James is still going strong. The fact that his body has held up over the years is unbelievable, but if you only knew what LeBron does to keep himself in such elite shape, you wouldn’t be surprised. NBA Legends takes an in-depth look at LeBron James Workout!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last two decades you know the name LeBron James. He one of, if not the best, basketball player to ever play the game. Since being drafted by his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers straight out of St.Vincent-St.Mary High School in 2003, James has been an almost unstoppable force in the NBA. Thus far, James has won 3 Championships, 4 League MVP Awards, and has been selected to 16 All Star Games.
LeBron James Height and Weight
LeBron James is an absolute freak athletic specimen. James is 6’9″ tall and weighs 250 lbs. NFL tight-end sized (but bigger) playing a “non-contact” sport (i know, i know, but it’s less contact then football). It’s almost unfair.
LeBron James Workout
Though you’d expect someone with LeBrons physique to go crazy with the unlimited access to the top-of-the-line training programs and fitness technology, he keeps it relatively simple.
Simple but intense. His workouts, which he does 5-7 days per week are comprised of supersets, bodyweight exercises, heavy lifts, jump rope, and an absurd amount of high-intensity interval training. Below is a basic overview that highlights what James’ schedule looks like each week.
We mentioned above that LeBron workouts 5-7 days a week, which for any professional athelte is the norm. A unique thing about LeBron is he only goes really hard for 4 days a week, and has a bit more mild approach on the weekends to conserve his aging body. Here is what James fitness regimen consists of each week:
Lift weight at least 3x per week
Focus on low reps and heavier weights
Yoga for 30 minutes every day
Bodyweight exercises 5-6x per week
James’ intense workout routine consists of four workouts per week. Every workout consists of some kind of supersets that minimize the rest period and maximize endurance and strength gain.
LeBron’s Quarantine Workout
Cardio and High-Intensity Interval Training
Running up and down the basketball court for 60 minutes a game, for at least 82 games a year, calls for intense cardio training. That is where LeBron’s high-intensity interval training (HIIT) comes into play. He includes some sort of HIIT in every workout each day as a part of the superset.
Day 1: Upper Body
Everyday James’ works out he starts with a 5-minute warm-up jog on the treadmill. Day 1 is compiled of a 6 exercise superset, consisting mostly of heavy strength training exercises. Note that LeBron does each exercise with perfect more. No messin around. No cheating. You gotta do it the right way everytime if you want to be the King!
Forearm Plank (60 seconds)
Side planks (60 seconds each)
Rest 60 seconds and Repeat 3X without rest in-between exercises. Rest 60 seconds before next 2 exercises.
30 push-ups (sometimes until exhaustion instead)
12 pull-ups (Sometimes until exhaustion instead)
Rest 60 seconds and repeat 3X without rest in-between exercises. Rest 60 seconds before the final 2 exercises.
Dumbbell Snatches (10 Reps)
One-Arm Cable Row (10 Reps)
LeBron finishes off Day 1 with a 20-minute cardio session on a stationary bike to cool down and stay loose.
Day 2: Abs & Lower Body
Warm up: 5-minute jog on a treadmill
James’ Day 2 workout consists of a variety of abdominal and lower body exercises in a semi-superset format.
Swiss Ball Ab rollout (12 reps)
Swiss Ball Crunch (30 reps)
Planks on Swiss Ball (30 seconds)
The King then rests for 1 minute and then complete the superset again, and then again, for a total of 3 sets of the 3 exercises. After this is completed LeBron takes roughly 1-2 minutes of rest and then gets back to work on the second half of the workout.
Dumbbell Squats (10-12 reps)
Swiss Ball Hamstring Curls (10-12 reps)
Dumbbell Step-ups (10-12 reps each leg)
Single-Leg Dumbbell Calf Raise (10-12 reps each leg)
LeBron also finishes Day 2 with another 20-minutes on the stationary bike.
Day 3: Upper Body & Abs
Warm-up: 5 minute warm-up jog on a treadmill. For the first two ab exercises LeBron does them in sucession without any rest in between. He rests 60 seconds and then he repeats this 6X. After the 6th set he rests 60 seconds and then goes on to perform 3 sets of Ab Plate Twists and Air Bicycle in sucession with no rest in between. He repeats that superset
Planks (60 seconds)
Side Planks (60 seconds)
After the 6th set he rests 60 seconds and then goes on to perform 3 sets of Ab Plate Twists and Air Bicycle in sucession with no rest in between. He repeats that superset 3X with 60 seconds rest in-between each set.
Ab Plate Twists (20 reps)
Air Bicycles (20 reps)
After completing the ab portion of his workout James goes into a 4 upper-body excersise superset. He completes the circuit 3X and rests 60 seconds in-between each superset.
Dumbbell Bench Press (10-12 reps)
Wide-Grip Lat Pulldown (10-12 reps)
One-Arm Dumbbell Military Press (10-12 reps)
One-Arm Dumbbell Row (10-12 reps)
Day 3 ends with a 20-minute cardio session on a stationary bike.
The 4th Day of Lebron James’ Workout, he begins with his typical 5 minute jog on the treadmill The first 2 exercises afterwards are performed in succession with no rest in-between, 60 seconds of rest, and then repeated 3X.
bench knee pull-in (12 reps)
cable crunch (12 reps)
The next superset includes 3 exercises, no rest in-between, and then a 60 second rest after the superset. He then repeats this 3X.
Single-Leg Squat (10 reps)
One-Leg Hamstring Curl (10 reps each leg)
Dumbbell Side Lunge (10 reps)
LeBron’s Trainer Walks Through his Workout
Jump Rope Work
James’ ends his workout each day with at least 3-5 minutes of jump rope. The jump rope work consists of 6 different “forms” of jumping rope. 30-45 seconds each with no rest inbetween:
Bunny Hop Jump Rope
Conventional Jump Rope
High Knees Jump Rope
Jump Rope Running
Alternating Knees Jump Rope
Alternating Leg Jump Rope
Lebron James Diet
Lebron James follows the Paleo diet to maintain his figure. At one point business insider reported that LeBron didn’t eat sugar, carbs, or dairy for 67 days of the summer of 2016. He stuck with meat, fish, fresh fruit, and vegatables.
The idea was that he needs to shed some weight (mostly muscle for LeBron) so that he could continue to play at the highest level until his late 30’s. When he was slightly heavier he realized that running up and down the courst every night is gonna take its toll on anybody eventuall.
LeBron’s Game Day Meals
“Before competition for me would be like a chicken breast and maybe a little pasta. The carbs help because you’re going out and playing a lot of minutes,” he said. “But a salad and some veggies will have me perfectly fine. And before the game I might have a protein shake and some fruit, and I’ll be ready to go.”
So there you have it. LeBron James, the King of the basketball world, his full workout/ fitness regime and diet. If you have anything to add feel free in the comment section below!
However, Jordan remains close with his former coach.
“And the thing that really pissed me off about it later is Phil Jackson said the exact same thing,” Barkley said.
Charles Barkley TNT
Charles Barkley has always kept it real on the air and as a player.
It is his job as a TV personality and basketball analyst to be critical of players and organizations alike.
However, Barkley also believes he was among the few that always kept it real with Jordan.
“Listen, if you’re famous, and Michael at one point was the most famous person in the world, everybody around you is either on the payroll or letting you buy drinks and dinner and flying around on your private jet,” Barkley said.
“Very few of your friends are going to be honest with you. And that’s very hard for any celebrity, but especially somebody of his stature.”
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Russell Westbrook is perhaps the most dynamic players to ever play in the NBA. If you’ve seen any of his highlights its evident he has elite talent. Some argue that not only is he one of the more explosive players in the NBA, but he might be one of the most athletic humans on earth (Take a look at some of these highlights). Though he is fairly private when it comes to his workouts, NBA Legends has got the inside scoop. In this post we take a look at Russell Westbrook Workout!
Russell Westbrook Height and Weight
Westbrook is 6’3″ and weighs 200 lbs.
Russell Westbrook Workout
It is widely know that many of Russell’s teammates do not know his workout routine. Former teammate, Domantas Sabonis, had this to say about Russell Westbrook’s workout routine:
“I think I saw him lifting weights once during the preseason, but not since.”
Westbrook has even gone on record saying his workouts are very secretive:
“I work out a lot—just not with cameras around,” he said then winked.
Russell Westbrook’s Playing Style
Westbrook’s unparalleled explosiveness is one of the main reasons why he is so successful as a basketball player. Sure, you can chalk it up to raw talent and killer instinct, but even in the NBA those attributes can only get you so far; Especially going against physical specimens to the likes of LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo. But the 2017 MVP doesn’t mess around when it comes to his speed workouts and his energetic playing style.
His almost chaotic style involves being off-balance constantly every time he has the ball, which is almost the entire game in most cases. Stability and core strength play a key role in maintaining the body for this strenuous playing style over the course of so many games, and Russell takes his core, speed, and stability workout very seriously. Jason Kidd summed up Westbrook’s playing style best:
“He is the (Mike) Tyson of basketball,” NBA legend Jason Kidd once told ESPN of Westbrook. “When the bell rings, he’s coming for you. Whenever he’s on the floor, he plays at one speed, and that’s fast and hard.”
Russell Westbrook Workout: Core & Speed
Russell’s core workout that he uses for increased speed and explosiveness on the court involves 3 unique exercises.
Though there is nothing completely officially regarding Westbrook’s 40-yard dash time, we’ve seen some unofficial numbers of 4.30 seconds, which is lightning in case you live under a rock.
Russell Westbrook Workout Routine
We’ve covered a few of the exercises Westbrook uses to improve his speed and balance. Now lets take a look at the bulk of his workout and what kind of exercises he uses and how he splits them up throughout the work week.
Monday & Saturday: Push and Pull
On Mondays and Saturdays, Westbrook hits the gym hard, both to start the week right and keep the intensity up over the weekend. He mostly goes for the more or less “classic” exercises for athletic gains that involve both push and pull motions. We’ve compiled his workout into 3 “exercises” which are more like full workouts within the workout. Again, Westbrook doesn’t take Mondays (or any day for that matter) lightly.
Push & Pull Superset
To work the fast-twitch muscle fibers, Russell goes with Weight Plate Pushups (until muscular failure), rests for 60 seconds, and then hammers out Weighted Pull–Ups (until muscular failure).
Yes, you are reading that correctly, he doesn’t count, he just goes until he can’t! Guy is outside his mind! Oh by the way he typically repeats this combination 3X.
2. Back & Biceps Superset
Dumbbell Snatch: 10-12 reps Single Arm Cable Row: 10-12 reps
Westbrook performs 3 total supersets of the Dumbbell Snatch and Single Arm Cable row combo. 60 seconds rest in-between each.
3. Bottoms Up Abdominals
Russell performs several sets of this is a classic abdominal and oblique’s exercise until failure to increase his core strength and balance.
Tuesday & Sunday: Compound Exercises
Westbrook will start this workout routine with a 10-minute stretch, and then transition into the full workout routine. This routine focuses on full athleticism, strength, and explosiveness. Westbrook changes the routine each time but usually does 5 total exercises out of a combination of these 11 compound exercises listed below:
Barbell incline bench press
Barbell front squat
Db walking lunges
Standing barbell row
Weighted Wide Grip Pull ups
Db flat bench press
Underhand grip barbell row
Barbell power snatch
Stiff leg deadlift
Barbell sumo deadlift
He will perform 4 total sets for 6-8 reps range on 5 exercises from the list above, resting 2 minutes between sets.
Wednesday: Lower Body Workout
Westbrook completes most of these exercises to failure or until proper form cannot be maintained due to exhaustion. If you’ve watched him play since he came into the league you see it night in and night out. The guy never stops!
Single leg kettle bell squat
Db squat jumps, Drop sets with declining weight
Db side lunges with explosive foot swings
Weighted jump ropes superset with box jumps
Speed parachute springs with quick feet cardio
Russel Westbrook Cardio
Obviously cardio workouts come easy just playing the game of basketball but once again Westbrook does just stop there. Full court sprints with single leg weighted jump rope between sets of his lower body workouts and compound lifting exercises on any given day.
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Russell Westbrook is an elite athlete and one of the premier players in the NBA, and none of it is due to luck. As we’ve seen, everything in his life revolves around training and preparing his body, not only to hold up during those long playoff runs, but to excel when others start to breakdown.
He also combines the workout detailed in this article with 5-6 days of full court basketball training for 2-3 hours per day. Even if you don’t like Russell, you have to respect his game and his dedication to his craft.