Author Archives: Scott Rosberg

Feb. 19, 2016 - STEVE KERR looks on before the game. The Portland Trail Blazers hosted the Golden State Warriors at the Moda Center on February 19, 2016.  Photo by David Blair (Credit Image: � David Blair via ZUMA Wire)

Another 5 Team Themes to Help Develop Your Culture

Another 5 Team Themes to Help Develop Your Culture

In my last post, I wrote about 5 team themes that I have used with my teams through the years to help develop our program’s culture. If you missed that post click here to read it. Today, I am going to talk about five more of the themes I have used through the years. Also, if

March 30, 2016: East head coach Jack Doss yells at players during the 2016 McDonald's Boys All American Game at the United Center in Chicago, IL. Patrick Gorski/CSM(Credit Image: © Patrick Gorski/CSM via ZUMA Wire)

There is Power in Your Words

This is the third in this series of posts I have done on the importance of coaches being teachers – not teachers in the sense of having to be classroom teachers, but in the sense that they must learn strategies to teach their players the same way that classroom teachers use strategies to teach their students. To see the previous two

March 7, 2015 - Columbia, South Carolina, U.S. - Midland Valley head coach Mark Snelgrove gets a hug from #12 Tayler Wade following Midland Valley's 62-56 win over AC Flora in the South Carolina Class AAA High School Championship game, Saturday, March 7, 2015, in Columbia, South Carolina. TODD BENNETT/STAFF (Credit Image: © Todd Bennett/Staff/The Augusta Chronicle/ZUMA Wire)

Thankful to Be Called Coach

This past summer, I started my blog. One of my first posts was called “My Name is Coach.” That post has been making its way around various coaching blogs and sites for the last few months, and I am very grateful to everyone for their kind words about it. In that post, I talked about