Kermit Davis spoke at the PGC Clinic in Atlanta in the Fall of 2014 and discussed the culture at Middle Tennessee State and their emphasis on pre-practice player development. Culture

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Team Skill Development Workout – Part 3

This high intensity workout is perfect for the off-season. This workout takes approximately 60 minutes. Make sure your players do a proper dynamic warm-up before starting. Mikan – Reverse Mikan –

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Team Skill Development Workout – Part 2

This workout is designed to give your entire roster a great workout. It should only take a little over an hour to complete and the players will be gassed by the end. Utilize

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Team Skill Development Workout – Part 1

This workout is designed to give your entire roster a great workout. It should only take a little over an hour to complete and the players will be gassed by the end. Utilize

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Skills without Drills – Part 1

Players- Here’s the situation: Season has begun and you find yourself wanting to bring something to your team that can immediately affect the outcome of the game. But you don’t

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4 Drills to Become An Effective Pressing Team

Circle Trap The Circle Trap drill is one of the best drills to not only teach your offensive players how to handle traps under pressure, but it also teaches your

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The Summer is upon us and while many players will  be crossing the country playing tournaments, do not over look the importance of skill development during this time of the season.

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Recharge your Batteries with Off-Season Ballhandling

Once the season is over, most players want to take a little time, perhaps a few days at most, to recuperate from the daily practice and game schedule. But once

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March 20: Developing the Read & React Player

This is a new series of videos we have released that take you through Player Development one layer at a time. Read & React players and coaches love it! For those

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Player Development is Not a Circus

The game of basketball is something I absolutely love, cherish, and see heading down a scary path. Basketball is at an all-time high in terms of popularity and growth around the

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