Changing My Least Favorite Part of Practice Here are 8 reasons why you might dread a certain part of practice. In this episode we discuss some strategies to help you address these situations. Your players probably enjoy your favorite part… Read More
My Favorite Part of Practice Practice is our classroom. If we don’t get excited when we get to teach this game, then we probably should find a new profession. Of course, we can still get excited on game day, but… Read More
Implementing the Read & React with Your Personnel How are we most likely to score? How do I get my shooters shots? What can I do to make my players most consistent game to game? How do I implement running… Read More
Which Read & React Layer Should I Teach First? Are any layers more important than the other? Does one layer require more emphasis? Is one layer more important to scoring? Does my alignment affect what I teach first?
Gaining a Defensive Advantage in BLOB Situations We mentioned in the last episode teams have a defensive advantage when the ball is out of bounds on the baseline. The inbounder can’t dribble or score. It is about being in… Read More
Gaining an Offensive Advantage on BLOBs In the first episode of the Hoops College Coach’s Podcast, we discuss ways for you to get an offensive advantage on a baseline out of bounds play. Sometimes those one or two possessions… Read More