A basketball league for the top 18-year-olds in the world? In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Joseph Bien-Kahn, a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. Eric and Joseph discuss an idea for a disruptive basketball league, content, and creativity.
Eric connected with Joe once he saw him featured in the Axios Sports Newsletter by Kendall Baker. Joe shared an idea for a basketball league called “The 18″ that immediately got Eric’s attention. In this episode, we learn more about the idea and share it with the SportsEpreneur community.
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Disrupting College Basketball With Creative Ideas | Joseph-Bien Kahn
“The 18” by Joseph Bien-Kahn
The State of College Basketball
What the Student-Athlete Means to College Basketball
Joseph Bien-Kahn and “Big Creative Ideas”
Coming Up With Ideas Through Content Creation
The Importance of Putting Yourself Out There
The Value of Writing
Making Creative Connections
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