SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY / TV PROGRAMME
A social responsibility campaign carried out with the production of the Euroleague Basketball where in a "Table talk" discusses content that concerns the tournament such as women in sport, the retirement of athletes or their mental health. The TV programmes are broadcast worldwide.
On the occasion of International Women's Day on March 8, Euroleague Basketball asks the question: What is the status of gender equity at the highest level of European professional basketball? To get the answer, the new "Table Talk: Women in Sports" brings together four female leaders in their fields for an informal conversation to discuss, at both a personal and professional level, their roles in four sectors of the basketball community.
I believe that it´s way better feeling for a professional player that you can be able to decide when is the end.
I feel like a referee, it´s not that I´m a female referee,
I´m a referee.
"Table Talk: Athletes Retirement", the documentary produced by Euroleague Basketball, takes a serious look at what happens in the lives of Europe's best basketball players when their playing days come to an end. Listen in as retired players Bostjan Nachbar, Ademola Okulaja, Frederic Weis, Nikola Vujcic, Nikos Zisis and Mar Rovira sit down for a candid discussion about retirement and life after basketball.
I had trouble sleeping.
I had trouble coping.
Feeling lonely probably
was the biggest issue.
Euroleague Basketball's latest documentary film brings together players, (Sofoklis Schorchanitis, Alex Abrines, Jayson Granger and Josh Huestis) a coach (Alexsandar Dzikic) and an executive (Maurizio Gherardini) to look together with Radha Balani, at the importance of emotional well-being in "Table Talk: Mental Health in Sports".