By Nathan Edick in Just Hoops Blogs
What are the two most prevalent questions players receive after a game from someone who was not in attendance? “Did you win?” “How many points did you score?” The questions
By Trent Scarbrough in For Coaches
It’s that time of the year again! Tryouts can be an extremely stressful and nerve racking time for both players and parents. To ease the nerves and stress of this
Every summer we like to have a consistent message for our summer camps. A message that the players can take with them and implement into their lives outside of
With this incredible March Madness tournament coming to an end, we are left with 4 blue bloods. As players, coaches, and
As players we all want to play as hard as we can for as long as we can, but that is easier said than
By Nathan Edick in For Players
Be positive Catch them doing it right. It rubs off. If you complain about them not being in the starting lineup, they will do the same. Be realistic
By Nathan Edick in For Coaches
Definition of pet peeve : a frequent subject of complaint It goes without saying that all coaches have pet peeves when it comes to their athletes. The last thing you want to
As a former coach’s son I had the opportunity to dig into a coach’s mind daily, and figure out what coaches are looking
In order to become a great shooter, you must become a straight shooter first. From your shooting pocket you must move the basketball along your shooting line to eliminate any
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