“There’s a limit within reasonable playing conditions . . . as to how much the helmet can do,” says Thad Ide, vice-president of research and development for Riddell, the NFL’s official helmet manufacturer. “A big, fast guy can always run into another big, fast guy at collision forces that might be beyond what a helmet can handle.”A string of violent hits and concussions recently have forced the NFL to toughen the rules around helmet-first hits and focus attention on the safety of helmets themselves.
Love this. Crazy that I had to end my partnership with my @Jumpman23 family because they didn’t want me to spread the message of #HDMH to the world. Hurts beyond belief. Either way, the climb continues! @HDMHApparel https://t.co/7BfSnboVAw— Marcus Stroman (@MStrooo6) December 30, 2017“Crazy that I had to end my partnership with my @Jumpman23 family because they didn’t want me to spread the message of #HDMH to the world,” Stroman tweeted. “Hurts beyond belief.
CIBA head coach Edward Smith would have preferred that Maker, younger brother of Milwaukee Bucks forward Thon Maker, chart a more traditional path to the NBA, turning pro after at least a season in the NCAA. But it served as a microcosm for Maker’s final season of amateur basketball. The play couldn’t rescue a victory for Maker’s team, the Canadian International Basketball Academy (CIBA), which fell 95-85 to GTA Prep Thursday morning.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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