“In a clinic full of veteran Read & React Coaches, we had one coach who will be installing it for the first time this coming season. In fact, it’s

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Year-End Evaluation

As 2016 winds down, here is a powerful exercise to do with your team… Have each player and coach answer the following 3 questions anonymously on index cards. Have them

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Players today are different from they were when I was growing up… and I’m not even that old. I know every generation says that… but it’s true. One of the

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Game management is a vital piece of your coaching philosophy that your players should all know and rehearse in practice throughout the entire season. Knowing the time and score and

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Control What You Can Control

As a coach, there are only so many things you can (and should) have control over. Former UCONN head coach Jim Calhoun breaks dow the four things you can control

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Film Breakdown Part 1: Post-Game Analysis

Upon several requests, I have put together a three-part series of posts discussing how to watch film as after the game, with your team, and with individual players. Today I am going

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Highways & Alleys

The highway is the one-third strip of the court right down the middle of the floor. When I ask great offensive players where they want the ball, they always say

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Playing 3-on-3 for Player Development

The following article was shared to us by Coach Randy Brown. Randy does a tremendous job sharing various elements of the game in his email newsletter. As we are in

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Leadership within USA Basketball

Last year several prominent college basketball coaches joined together to form the USA Basketball Leadership Council. The following Q/A illustrates how many of the best minds in the game view

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Do You Have a Post-Season Plan?

It’s May and your season is over, now what? As coaches, we constantly tell our players that the Summer is where they improve their game and become better all-around players. However,

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