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Self Scout – Asking Tough Questions

Self Scout: Tough questions to ask of yourself, your coaching staff and your process before heading into next season. If you are reading this at or near the date of publication, my hope is that the following questions do not have to be answered for a few more weeks! If your season is over and...

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FastScout Web: The Future Of Scouting Is Here

Now available for NCAA DII and DIII levels, FastScout Web has all new features to prepare your team for victory. The future of scouting is here, and it’s called FastScout Web. After a successful introduction to our NBA and DI clients for the 2018-19 season, the product is now ready for DII and DIII coaches for the ’19-20 season. New...

October 21, 2017 - Chicago, Illinois, U.S. -  Chicago Bulls head coach FRED HOIBERG looks on play during NBA Basketball game action between The Chicago Bulls and the San Antonio Spurs at the United Center in Chicago,IL.  (Credit Image: © Gary Duncan Sr/ZUMA Wire/ZUMAPRESS.com)

5 Scouting Tips from the NBA to High School

As coaches, we are ALWAYS looking for an edge. One of the best ways to gain an advantage on an opponent is by effectively scouting ahead of time. I’m here to share five simple tips to the scouting process I have picked up over time. This is my 14th season of coaching overall, and my second...

December 16, 2016 - Chicago, IL, USA - The Milwaukee Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) celebrates after scoring in the first half against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center in Chicago on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016. (Credit Image: © Chris Sweda/TNS via ZUMA Wire)

Inside The Association: Scout Life

The following article written by Jason Benadretti, Executive Vice President & Director of Basketball Operations for Ground Zero Training, was originally published by www.talkbasket.net and can be found here. Do you want to go inside the NBA? Discover the inner workings of the NBA Pre-Draft process? What about understanding the NBA scouting process? Did you even know...

Feb. 9, 2015 - Philadelphia, PA, USA - Philadelphia 76ers' Tim Frazier dives under Golden State Warriors' David Lee for the ball during the fourth quarter on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. (Credit Image: � Steven M. Falk/TNS/ZUMA Wire)

Championship Cultures: Selflessness

  The big buzzword these days, from athletics to the workplace, is “culture.” Every team has a culture, good or bad. While a good culture doesn’t always guarantee a championship, a bad culture nearly guarantees that you won’t win one. As coaches, we can only control so much of it. We can influence it, preach about...

FastScout allows you to create custom scouting reports and game plans – tailored to your players - in order to deliver the information most beneficial to them such as stats, tendencies and personnel match-ups.

Traits of a Quality Scouting Report

Creating a quality scouting report that accurately breaks down the strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies of your opponents and their individual players is an important step towards winning any game. There are a number of aspects/sections (see below) of a scouting report that are basic necessities, whether you are creating a report for your high school...

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Championship Mindset: Keys to Winning in the Postseason

Lessons on what it takes to win when it matters most – the postseason – from a coach with a track record of success. Every year, we prepare and plan to play on the last possible day in March. At Varina High School, where I spent six years building a program from the ground up, we made that an...

January 9, 2019 - Minneapolis, MN, U.S. - Minnesota Preparatory Academy Head Coach for post-graduates Nick Broch led students in practice, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 in Minneapolis, MN.  The school is a newly-formed basketball-based prep school housed at Jerry Gambles Boys and Girls' Club in north Minneapolis. It was conceived to capitalize on a growing national trend of athletic-based prep schools that cater to the needs of kids who hope to have a basketball future past high school. The school was established using many of the players that led Brooklyn Center to the state Class 2A semifinals a year ago.    ]  ELIZABETH FLORES • liz.flores@startribune.com (Credit Image: © Elizabeth Flores/Minneapolis Star Tribune via ZUMA Wire)

Goal Coaching: Create Action Steps to Achievement

Once you have set your goals, it’s important to lay out the action steps that will lead you to achieving them. In last week’s post, “Be Goal-Driven,” I discussed the concept of setting challenging, achievable goals as you are preparing to create a successful year ahead. I stated that goals are the foundation that you must...

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Top 10 Coaching Articles of 2017

Anyone else feel like 2017 was a blur? In the coaching business, every year goes fast. As we wrap things up, it’s a great time for reflection. It was a year of strong growth for this blog which makes us very proud. We added some phenomenal contributors to our roster in 2017, so a big thank you...

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Personal and Career Development for Coaches

This past August, our group held our first Elite Training Camp in Richmond, VA. What follows is some quick hitters from our session on Personal Development. Hope you learn something you can apply to your growth! Personal Development = My Plan to Get Better 4 Truths You Must Understand About Getting a Coaching Job 1)...

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