While on Twitter, I saw some tweets between Rick Allison and Sefu Bernard that referenced “Teach Like A Champion.” I pre-ordered the book before it was released a year or two ago. Actually, I bought it for my wife, but after it was sitting on her nightstand for a week, I asked her if I […]
Here is our latest newsletter: Issue 51 Here are some of the new articles: The Ultimate Team Defense Drill That Your Players Will Love! What Are Your 7 Core Coaching Values? “Sneaky” – Simple End of Game Play Against Man and Zone Defenses 3 Tips On How To Choose the Right Basketball Drills for Your
There are times when your players forget the time they are supposed to be at practice or a meeting… here is something that we started doing…. Use weird starting times… we started practice at 3:16 ….. pre game meetings at 4:33 etc. …….doing things like this makes the time stick in a kids head rather
When you choose your EOG plays, choose/design plays that work against both man and zone. (Sneaky is an example). That way if the coach changes defense during a time out, the play you drew up still works. Plus it takes you less time to teach them (because you have fewer plays).
In our recent newsletter, we have some new drills, plays, and articles. Here are a few: How To Plan For Success In Youth Basketball! 2 Competitive Drills To Improve Perimeter Play New Play With 3 Variations To Confuse Defense State Championship Game Defense -The Rotating Diamond and One Zone Defense
I am a huge proponent of leaving your brain at the door when you step on the court. I believe that over-thinking produces the most deadly of all game killers, “Analysis Paralysis.” Just by looking at the words (a good English project for players) “analysis paralysis” means what it says, you are unable to take