coaching


One of any dad’s simple pleasures is to be able to watch his kids play basketball on the hardcourt. However, many of them are too eager to get their kids shooting field goals that they haphazardly haul them to practice. But if you really want your kid to really get those court moves right and truly love the ball, you need to have a great practice plan to guide you. But where do you begin? Choosing the drills One important thing you...

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What it takes to be a great basketball coach? Coaching basketball is an endeavor that many undertake but in which few really excel. While being a good player may be beneficial for a basketball coach, what is perhaps more important is to have the drive and ability to constantly learn from the game, and to pass this knowledge on to your players. With that in mind, here are a few tips that may help you get on the road to being the best...

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The Boston Celtics has been successful in their campaign in the past three seasons in the NBA and one the key reasons why is the sharp-shooting of Ray Allen that complements the skills of Power Forward Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce. Ray Allen is one of the best three-point shooters to have ever played in the NBA and he was the Three-Point Shootout Champion in the 2001 All-Star Weekend. Having proper balance while shooting, is one of...

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John Wooden Legacy Lives On


Posted By on Jun 22, 2010

John Wooden, who died at the age of 99, was considered as one of the greatest coaches in history of any sports not only because of his achievement, but also with the lessons he etched in the hearts of his former players. The legendary coach, who was born on October 4, 1910, has a lot of success during his tenure with the UCLA Bruins. He recorded an amazing feat by winning ten NCAA National Championships in his 12-year stint with the...

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Anyone who has ever watched a basketball game on TV or live knows fully well that the game is an intense and highly competitive one, with players vying for the chance to dominate the court with the goal of victory for their team. You only have to watch a single game in order to be aware of the pervasive “win at all costs” mentality that seems to drive every basketball player. The all or nothing approach to playing basketball is just...

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