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5 Ways That You Can Always be Improving as a Basketball Coach

5 Ways That You Can Always be Improving as a Basketball Coach

As basketball coaches, we are very quick to challenge our players to get in the gym, lift weights, play more, watch film, etc., which is a part of the job. What we don’t always do a great job with, though, is making sure that we are following our own advice and continuing to improve ourselves. 

Four WNBA Plays To Run With Your Team

Let’s honor the 2019 WNBA season and its first-class talent by rolling that same energy into your 2019-2020 hoops season.  This year, ladies across the league showed us that representation matters. Through unmatched leadership and outstanding gameplay on the court, to using their voice and individuality to raise awareness around the game’s most sensitive topics

Defeating Choice-Supportive Bias

Coaches: Is Choice-Supportive Bias plaguing your ability to make good decision and move on from bad ones? Read more on Cognitive Biases and how they relate to coaching: Action Bias Pitfalls The Impact of Optimism Bias Avoiding Outcome Bias The Perils of Confirmation Bias Survivorship Bias in Coaching As coaches, we have all made decisions that we have

Five Possessions: Villanova Fundamental Skills

#FivePossessions – Five curated possessions from the Villanova Wildcats where they demonstrate their exquisite brand of fundamental soundness. Powered by immaculate spacing, sweet shooting, a lethal drive-and-kick game and exquisite fundamentals, the Villanova Wildcats have captured two recent NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships. A slightly different cast of characters won each of those two titles,

positive, coaching, basketball, Scott Rosberg

Strive To Be A Positive Part Of Your Players’ Memories

How will your athletes look back at playing for you? Being intentional about building positive, impactful relationships is key. *I originally wrote this post over on my site – www.greatresourcesforcoaches.com – this past spring (2019) at the end of my son’s high school basketball career. I thought it would be appropriate message for basketball coaches to consider ahead

Five Possessions: North Carolina State 45 Degree Cuts

#FivePossessions – Five curated possessions from the North Carolina State Wolfpack where they demonstrate 45º Cuts in their Spread Ball Screen offense.  (Note: Second installment of a new series entitled #FivePossessions, where we take a look at five possessions featuring a team or player and dive into a particular topic.) The North Carolina State Wolfpack are one of

Junk Defenses, Zone Offense, Triangle & 2, Box & 1

Yes, Zone Offense Works vs Junk Defenses – Here’s How

Several examples of zone offenses that will provide success against junk defenses, such as a Box & 1 or Triangle & 2. When looking at attacking junk defenses, there are a few questions coaches should ask themselves: Do you run normal offense versus junk defenses? Will you use quick hitters, continuities, or special offenses versus junk

FastScout Web, scouting, basketball, FastModel Sports

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

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