He’s the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, a 6-time NBA champion and that’s just the short list of statistics that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar can claim. See what he says about lessons learned from the great coach John Wooden, as well as the ways that he himself is Surviving & Thriving.
John Gabriel is a former landscaper who rose through the ranks at the NBA to become one of the league’s most powerful and successful executives. Now he’s facing what may be his toughest opponent yet — Parkinson’s disease.
She is most famous for being married to NBA great Magic Johnson, but now Cookie Johnson is making a name for herself by filling a void in the fashion world — bringing fashionable jeans to women of all shapes and sizes. And she’s changing lives.
He’s one of the most influential people in NBA history, a prolific marathoner, the author of nearly 80 books, a motivational speaker and at age 72, he has an extreme dream. Pat Williams not only wants to beat cancer he wants to help find the cure.
One year ago, NBA executive and motivational speaker Pat Williams revealed he has multiple myeloma, an incurable, inoperable cancer. He declared that day, “The mission is remission.” He returns with good news.
Tony Award-winning producer Dori Berinstein knows a good story when she’s sees one, and when she heard that a group of senior citizens were doing hip hop dance routines at NBA games, she knew she had to tell their stories.
Kim Hill Tsamoutales was 5 when she was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis. Then, the life expectancy of a person with CF was 16. Today, Kim is 37. Come along as Growing Bolder relives one of the happiest days in her life.
Bonus Material! Due to popular demand, we’re posting the complete performance video from the Orlando Magic Silver Stars Dance Team’s appearance at a recent NBA game in Orlando, Florida.
Are you ready to move your body? Meet the Orlando Magic Silver Stars, a group of 50+ dancers who shake their things in front of huge NBA crowds. Find out why they do it and how they got up the courage to shine!
Free-throw shooting master Andy McGuffin, 82, could school today’s NBA stars.