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Late Clock Terminology from the NBA

Today I am going to briefly discuss a term that I heard an NBA team use last summer at the Orlando Summer League. Since I did talk a little more in depth with the assistant of this team about their philosophy on this and I dont want to ruin my relationship with him, I am<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/11/articlesbasketballlate-clock-terminology-from-the-nba/" title="Read more" >...</a>

NCAA Women's Basketball 2015 Division1 Championships - 4th Round: Florida State vs South Carolina MAR 29

Doing the Little Things Right = More Wins

What little things can you do to build Team during the off-season? Build team through ownership Senior led workouts, open gyms, meetings, team events, etc. Build commitment Morning/Weekend workouts it is the seniors job to get them there and monitor attendance Build Trust Lift, run, play, study, sacrifice PAY THE<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/11/doing-the-little-things-right-more-wins/" title="Read more" >...</a>

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Motion Offense &#8211; Competitive Drill

In Vol. 5 of the FastModel Motion Offense Forum we introduce live two-on-two action allowing for the usage of both down screens and flare screens. It is time to bring together some of the basic fundamentals we have learned thus far and institute a live drill to put motion offense principles to the test. In<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/10/motion-offense-competitive-drill/" title="Read more" >...</a>

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Motion Offense &#8211; Flare Screen Essentials

In the latest entry into the FastModel Motion Offense Forum, Vol. 4 deals with such topics as designating screeners and cutters, shallow cuts and flare screens. Fairly soon into your installation of motion offense, you will need to decide if you are going to designate players as either screeners or cutters in your offense. That<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/05/motion-offense-flare-screen-essentials/" title="Read more" >...</a>

The Power of Visualization

One of the greatest challenges coaches face is getting their players to buy into the program, and believe in themselves and their teammates abilities. There is a distinct difference between the players who play with a great deal of confidence, belief and trust compared to those who simply go through the motions trying to get<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/04/the-power-of-visualization/" title="Read more" >...</a>

Motion Offense &#8211; Foundations

&nbsp; There has been talk among basketball coaches, observers, fans and analysts this season about how basketball is becoming unwatchable. Scoring is down at the NCAA level and bad offense is partly to blame. One college basketball expert offered the opinion that far fewer coaches are taking the time and trouble to really TEACH offense<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/01/fastmodel-motion/" title="Read more" >...</a>

Mental Edge &#8211; Perceived Relevance

Nobody wants to be wrong.  Players, coaches, officials or fans.  Every person is entitled to their own opinion but yet everyone wants their opinion to be right.  Think back to a time when you were corrected on something you cared about.  The natural instinct is to rebut to defend your point of view because there<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/03/01/mental-edge-perceived-relevance-cohesive-connectivity/" title="Read more" >...</a>

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Defending America&#8217;s Play

Americas Play, or pick the picker, remains one of the hardest actions to defend at every level of competition. Successfully defending the play start with good cross screen defense. Here is how we defended the action in Detroit: Defending the Cross Screen The man defending the cutter must make contact with his man before he<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2015/02/25/defending-americas-play/" title="Read more" >...</a>

Mick Cronin&#8217;s Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Philosophy

Notes taken from the 2012 Brayden Carr Foundation Coaching Clinic. University of Cincinnati Men&#8217;s Basketball Coach Mick Cronin spoke on some of his on and off court philosophies for the Bearcats! Off the Court Each day his players are being recruited to not listen to him (from outsiders). Accept it and work to counteract that negativity-why<a href="http://team.fastmodelsports.com/2013/05/06/articlesbasketballmick-cronins-cincinnati-bearcats-basketball-philosophy/" title="Read more" >...</a>

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