Eliminate This Common Mistake After You
Turnover The Ball - Never Chase a Mistake


In this video from our Elite Guard Camps, Adam Hepker discusses a concept called “Never Chase a Mistake.”

This approach will help you gain more playing time, reduce turnovers, and reduce fouls.


 

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Lyn Pemberton says:
5/28/2015 at 7:47:13 PM

Agree, never play the poor me - the opposition have already passed or scored while you have the hang dog look - 2 errors. Positive action speaks louder; transition quickly into a strong defensive mode and work hard with purpose to help your team recover the ball.

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Joe Haefner says:
6/1/2015 at 8:23:10 AM

Completely agree, Lyn. Never let a mistake compound into another mistake.

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Scott von Stade says:
5/30/2015 at 12:15:20 PM

Great point to never chase and "Next Play" needs to be a team mantra to get your teammate back on track. The recovery should be practiced. Player 1 makes a pass, defender 2 cuts into passing lane for steal. How quick can player 1 recover to a solid defensive position and protect the rim? This can work into taking a charge at the other end, depending on skill level. You always give quality information for free, thanks, 209 Hornets Black.

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Joe Haefner says:
6/1/2015 at 8:22:06 AM

Never thought of actually replicating the turnover to practice this approach. I like that idea, Scott.

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