Posts made in February, 2008


Basketball Conditioning To Improve In Agility Ladder Drills agility ladder drills, ladder drills These types of drills are commonly used in other sports like football or soccer, but they can also offer a lot of benefits to basketball players in terms of improving their foot speed and agility. There are many types of drills you can perform with an agility ladder. Here are some of the most basic ones: The one foot hop-this involves...

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Get Slamming With Cyberdunk!


Posted By on Feb 19, 2008

If you like basketball and you spend a lot of time on the Internet, there is no better way to combine the two than by playing Cyberdunk. Cyberdunk is a Basketball MMORPG, or Massively multiplayer online role-playing game that you can join by logging on to www.cyberdunk.com. The game is primarily browser based so you can play it from virtually any computer with a reasonable fast Internet connection. The “massively multiplayer” part of...

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The worldwide trend in increased awareness of fitness and health has resulted in a lot of exercise related equipment being released in the market. This is by and large a good thing, and the fact that so many people are becoming aware of the need to develop healthier habits bodes well for the future. One of the newest pieces of exercise equipment introduced to the public is the foam roller. Long used by professional trainers and...

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Early Offense – Early Push


Posted By on Feb 4, 2008

Early Offense – Early Push A good early offensive flow prevents the defending team from setting up their pre-planned defense by forcing the defenders to “react” rather than “act”. When the early offense is able to advance the ball into the operating area within 2-3 seconds, it forces the defenders to break down of their organized defense. This scenario can force a 1 on 1 situation and if the offensive player is creative enough,...

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