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Newsletter No. 93
New Video - Speed Ladder Dribbling Series
The following ladder dribbling drills are great for warming up and they are a fun way to develop your feel for the basketball. These drills force the player to control their dribble as they go through the ladder...

3 Simple Principles For Sports Psychology and Children
Preparing a child mentally for sports is just as important as the focus on developing their skills. Applying a few simple principles during your time as a coach or mentor will help make their enjoyment of the game of basketball a success now and in the future...

Day 2 – Developing a "Hard Working" Team - From Jeff Haefner's Coaching Blog
After our first practice, it’s clear that players don't understand what "hard working" means. I think many of them are trying. But they don’t know what it takes yet. So here’s what I did on our second day of practice and a possible idea on how you can develop "hard working" players...

Fast Break Drill - 1v1 Attack With Don Kelbick
Here are some different one-on-one basketball drills that might do a better job of improving players' skills and help them reach playing objectives. These are also great drills to simulate fast break situations...

Attack and Counter Camps With NBA Skills Trainer Don Kelbick

We're excited to announce that we have scheduled 20 new basketball camps for 2014 with professional coach Don Kelbick.

Don has worked with some of the best athletes in the world including Joe Johnson of the Brooklyn Nets.

You can view all of the locations and the entire camp schedule at this link:

Each camp has limited spots available (to ensure high repetitions) and some locations will fill up quickly. Be sure to get registered soon to claim your spot.

You will go through a variety of advanced shooting, ball handling, and footwork drills that will greatly improve you as player. Not only is the skill work great, you will not find the mentality aspects taught like this at any other camp.