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February 28, 2018 - Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO, U.S. - 022818.Manzano High School Boys Basketball Head  Coach Dominick Romero,,cq>  at practice   .  Photographed on Wednesday February  28,  2018. .Adolphe Pierre-Louis/JOURNAL (Credit Image: © Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal via ZUMA Wire)

Nail Your Next Interview: Create a Coaching Portfolio

Nail Your Next Interview: Create a Coaching Portfolio

As the game of basketball has changed, so has the way to get a coaching job. Creating a coaching portfolio is a must when interviewing for a position. With the 2017-2018 basketball season coming to a close, many athletic departments will begin coaching searches to fill vacancies. In the constantly evolving business of basketball, the interview process

February 2, 2017 - Minnetonka, MN, USA - Players huddled around Hopkins High School girls basketball coach Brian Cosgriff during a practice. ....  .. ] CARLOS GONZALEZ • cgonzalez@startribune.com - February 2, 2017, Minnetonka, MN, Hopkins High School / Prep Girls Basketball Coach Brian Cosgriff (Credit Image: © Carlos Gonzalez/Minneapolis Star Tribune via ZUMA Wire)

Practice Structure Ideas – Philosophy 

As most high school coaches are gearing up to start practice within the next month, I wanted share a list of Top 20 Tips on practice structure. These are personal to our program, so obviously take what you like and adjust it to fit your team. The emphasis should be on doing the things your team

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Personal Commitment Statement

Anyone that is in the coaching profession or have been in this profession will understand this simple post. As coaches we give so much of our time, making sure our program is the best it can be under our leadership. Often time we do this at the expense of spending less time with our own

Feb. 24, 2015 - Florida, U.S. - Darius Banks, 16 works out during St. Pete High School  basketball practice Tuesday February 24, 2015. .JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times (Credit Image: � Tampa Bay Times/ZUMA Wire)

Building A Defensive Practice Plan

Our defensive philosophy is developed around our style of play. We are a running, pressing, up-tempo team. We want our defense to be an AGGRESSIVE, DISRUPTIVE, and DISCIPLINED style of defense. Our goal is to force our opponent to “make a play” versus being allowed to “run a play.” We are a defense that creates

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