Mind Over Sports


Posted on: March 27, 2016

I’m a big Perry Ellis fan. So when Villanova’s men’s basketball team beat Kansas University last night, March 26th, I and a lot of other people were asking: “What happened to Perry Ellis?” KU’s leading scorer had no points in the first half (20-minutes) and ended up with just four. Now there are those who will say that it was Villanova’s excellent defensive effort but I watched the game and Ellis missed some pretty easy shots that he normally makes. So the question is: why? I’m an avid believer in: what takes place away from the basketball court affects what takes place on the basketball court. Is it possible Perry had some type of personal problem the night before the Villanova game that he didn’t share with anyone? Very often, male college players have issues with their girlfriends; sometimes they are good issues and sometimes they are not so good issues, like an argument (which doesn’t help their game.) And when an athlete withholds (bottles-up) the issue and doesn’t tell anyone, it’s a form of lying that affects his or her ability to focus. I guess we’ll never know why Perry was off his game last night. But it can be a learning experience for all of us. That is: DO NOT WITHHOLD YOUR FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS. CLEAR THEM AND MOVE ON WITH YOUR LIFE.


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