Episode 4 - Marcus Ginyard and the truth about overseas basketball.
Ceiling is the Roof Podcast - British Tar Heel
This is the fourth episode of the 'Ceiling is the Roof Podcast' from ceilingistheroof.com George (@britishtarheel) is having a conversation with Marcus Ginyard and this interview is like none other so far on the podcast. Marcus talks about his experiences overseas and the truth about Overseas Basketball from teams not paying him his salary to being detained in a foreign country due to teams not paying his VISA, even though they said they did. He also talks about his five years at the University of North Carolina, the 2009 championship team and some funny stories on his Tar Heel Teammates. This episode will have you laughing, as well as speechless with some of the stories Marcus has to tell. Follow @britishtarheel on Twitter for all updates, check out ceilingistheroof.com and follow on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or any other major podcast platform that you use. Please make sure you like and subscribe to the YouTube Channel and share the video across your social media platforms. 'Ceiling is the Roof Podcast' is an interview-style podcast with discussions with former University of North Carolina basketball players and conversations with Tar Heel fans from all over the world.
Marcus Ginyard: Getting There- The Process of Winning, Episode #4
Intentionally Overheard with Robert Ginyard
As a member of the 2009 North Carolina Tar Heel National Championship team, Marcus shares what is was like being a part of a team that was laser focused on going all the way after suffering a devastating loss in the 2008 Final Four Tournament. During his career at Carolina, his teams won 2 ACC Championships, and went to 2 Final Fours. Marcus was also awarded ACC All-Tournament Team and ACC All-Defense honors in 2008. Marcus shares his experiences as a professional basketball player and how it impacts his life, and he offers his thoughts on: The process of winningAchieving your goalsRealizing your dreams. Living a life of purpose. You can follow Marcus at:https://marcusginyard.com/https://twitter.com/mg1nyardhttps://www.instagram.com/mg1nyard/You can follow Robert at:https://www.instagram.com/robertdibidibi/https://www.instagram.com/dibidibination/https://twitter.com/RobertGinyard
This episode of ACC Stars: Where Are They Now? features former North Carolina point guard Marcus Ginyard. Ginyard was part of a very successful class at UNC that won three regular season and two ACC tournament tittles, and the 2009 National Championship. Since playing in college, Ginyard has continued his basketball career overseas.Check out Marcus' website: https://marcusginyard.comFor video of this episode head to our YouTube page and subscribe so you don't ever miss an episode!Support the show (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8w9VgNo0Bl)
Marcus Ginyard played basketball at the University of North Carolina from 2005-2010 and currently playing professionally overseas in France for Limoges CSP. Marcus talks about growing up in Alexandria, Virginia, both of his parents being in the military, and getting into basketball through his older brother, Ronald. He discusses the great basketball in the Northern VA/Maryland/DC area, playing AAU for the DC Blue Devils, and his great high school career at Bishop O'Connell where he won 3 State Championships, was named the Gatorade Player of the Year in the state, and was coached by his brother. He then details the recruiting process, why he picked UNC, and being able to play right away as a Freshman. He talks about his highlights at North Carolina, getting better each year with the class he came in with, redshirting due to injury in 2009 when UNC won the National Championship, and returning for a 5th year in 2010. Marcus then discusses his 10+ year professional career overseas, playing in many different countries, and now living and playing in France for Limoges CSP.
Nick and Tyler chat with former North Carolina men's basketball player Marcus Ginyard to talk about his career as a college hooper. We then talk about his time in the NBA G-League and what basketball is like overseas, where Marcus has played for roughly a decade. Following the interview, Nick sits down with Nick Hardner, and they discuss their upcoming fantasy football draft while also giving some draft advice. Follow us @stranded_sports on Twitter or @StrandedSports on Instagram for more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stranded-sports-podcast/support
Marcus Ginyard former Tar Heel signed a dirty what?!
Chasin The Graph
This one encompasses Marcus Ginyard who was on the North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team. He was also part of the 2009 National Championship team. Now go check out what dirty items he autographed!!Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/ChasinTheGraph/)
Envergure S03E18 - Ft. DeMarcus Nelson & Marcus Ginyard
Les Podcasts Transatlantiques
Envergure saison 3 épisode 18Production "Les Podcasts Transatlantiques"Invités : DeMarcus Nelson et Marcus Ginyard, joueurs du CSP LimogesInterviewers : Aloïs de Midnight on Campus, Romain Leroy & Alexandre Berthaud (Envergure)MenuLa rivalité Duke/UNC, les années facs, la Madness annuléeLe passage pro : Summer League, NBA, Europe (32')Durer chez les pro, ça veut dire quoi ? (51')L'environnement au CSP (1h)JJ Redick, Danny Green, Gerald Henderson... (1h10)
Envergure S03E18 - Ft. DeMarcus Nelson & Marcus Ginyard
Envergure saison 3 épisode 18 Production "Les Podcasts Transatlantiques" Invités : DeMarcus Nelson et Marcus Ginyard, joueurs du CSP Limoges Interviewers : Aloïs de Midnight on Campus, Romain Leroy & Alexandre Berthaud (Envergure) Menu La rivalité Duke/UNC, les années facs, la Madness annulée Le passage pro : Summer League, NBA, Europe (32') Durer chez les pro, ça veut dire quoi ? (51') L'environnement au CSP (1h) JJ Redick, Danny Green, Gerald Henderson... (1h10)
Jones and Adam have your summer update, an international story time and 2009 National Champion Marcus Ginyard joins the Pod