The Sport is a popular blog on the sport of basketball.
But the blog’s creator, James Bischoff, is known for a unique technique: repairing the foundation cracks of players’ feet.
When he first began, Bischoffs foundation cracked was usually a major issue.
In 2011, he took to Twitter to describe the process: “I was walking down the court and someone called me, I thought I had broken my foot.
And it turned out it was a little bit broken, but it was mostly fine.”
The foundation cracks were so severe that Bischow couldn’t play anymore.
“I thought, I’m out of the league,” he told The Sport.
“And that was it.”
He didn’t expect the foundation to last.
He decided to try it again.
And the next time, he succeeded.
When Bischowitz first cracked his foot in his first NBA season, he could barely run, walk, or even catch his breath.
He had to do a lot of stretching and recuperating to get back to his normal running speed.
In a recent interview, Bishoff discussed the process of cracking his own foundation.
“It’s not a very popular technique,” he said.
“But it’s very effective.”
It is one of many techniques that Bishoffs foundation repairers use to repair broken basketballs.
His process differs from the more traditional approach of using a shoe to fix the issue, which involves drilling a hole through the foundation, and then using a metal rod to dig a hole and replace the original one.
“If you drill a hole in the foundation and you don’t drill it in the first place,” Bischof said, “then it won’t heal.
It’s not going to heal.”
Bischwos foundation repair technique requires a bit more work than some other techniques, including using an iron or plastic pipe, and the fact that he uses the steel rod that he normally uses to repair the core of the foot.
It also requires that the area be thoroughly cleaned before Bischows foundation repair.
But he explained the process in detail for those who want to see it in action.
In the video below, you can see the first crack on his foot.
You can see how he is using his foot to repair it, and you can also see the progress.
Bischo’s original crack caused him to miss games and play less than ideal basketballs, so the foundation repairs were a necessary part of his rehabilitation.
It was also necessary to use a small amount of concrete to reinforce the crack.
He also had to use different types of concrete in order to make sure that the cracks didn’t get wider or smaller.
After using his foundation repairs, he started seeing improvement in his running and scoring.
He’s since been a part of the Orlando Magic and New Orleans Pelicans.
Now, Bichow is working on getting back on the court as a free agent.
“The whole process has been a lot more fun than I thought it would be,” he says.
“This whole thing has been so fun and so rewarding.”
His technique is a unique one that has evolved over the years, but one that he still keeps using.
“People have different opinions,” he explained.
“Some people think you can’t use the right material.
Others think it’s a bit dangerous.
And so you’ve got to find the one that works for you and the way you work.”
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