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Las Vegas Aces center A'ja Wilson (22) being guarded by Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike (30) during the Las Vegas Aces vs Los Angeles Sparks game at Staples Center in Los Angeles, Ca on July 1, 2018. (Photo by Jevone Moore)(Credit Image: © Jevone Moore/CSM via ZUMA Wire)

Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 3 – Pinch Post Actions

Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 3 – Pinch Post Actions

An inside look at the XsOs of one of the WNBA’s most exciting teams, the Las Vegas Aces, to kick off the season which begins on May 24. Full Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 4 The meat and potatoes of the Las Vegas Aces offensive attack lies in its Pinch Post Series. With the

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EuroLeague Recap: Best BLOBs and SLOBs of the Regular Season

With the final round of regular season EuroLeague games complete, take a look at some of the best inbounds plays from the top contenders.  We all know inbounds situations are a very important part of basketball. These situations gives you an opportunity to organize a particular offensive action or scenario to create possible scoring opportunity. A competition such as

Press Defense Philosophy and Tips: #FastModelChat Recap

ICYMI, we held a live Twitter chat discussing Press Defense hosted by Coach Tony Miller. Check out the highlights in this Twitter Moment. #FastModelChat – Press Defense More from Tony Miller: All Plays & Drills | All Blog Posts | Practice Tips | FastDraw iPad Tips | Follow on Twitter

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 01: Las Vegas Aces forward Tamera Young (1) brings the ball down court during a WNBA game between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Las Vegas Aces on July 01, 2018, at Staples Center, in Los Angeles, CA. Jordon Kelly/CSM(Credit Image: © Jordon Kelly/CSM via ZUMA Wire)

Las Vegas Aces XsOs: Part 1 – Quick Hitters and ATO’s

An inside look at the XsOs of one of the WNBA’s most exciting teams, the Las Vegas Aces, to kick off the season which begins on May 24. Full Series: Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 The Las Vegas Aces boast one of the youngest and most talented rosters in the WNBA, and are

April 5, 2019 - Tampa, Florida, U.S. - DIRK SHADD   |   Times.The Oregon Ducks and Baylor Lady Bears are seen during the start of the NCAA Women's Final Four semi-final game Friday, April 5, 2019 in Tampa. (Credit Image: © Dirk Shadd/Tampa Bay Times via ZUMA Wire)

The Story of My First Final Four Experience by Konner Beste

A rookie to the Final Four, Konner Beste recaps the event and shares why it was a transformational experience in his young coaching career. The Final Four is easily the most important and impactful event for basketball coaches to attend to grow their career. And I wish I would have attended my first one sooner than this

Texas Tech's Norense Odiase, left, and Virginia's Mamadi Diakite battle for a rebound during the first half in the championship of the Final Four NCAA college basketball tournament, Monday, April 8, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Crash the Glass: Making a Case for Offensive Rebounding

There is no doubt that offensive rebounding can aid your overall efficiency as an offense. It creates extra opportunities for an offense and can produce high quality looks versus a scrambling defense. For teams that do not shoot the ball particularly well it would seem that offensive rebounding should take on an even more important role. They would seem to need those extra opportunities in order to maintain the kind of offensive efficiency that is necessary to win games.

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NextGen Coaches: Key Takeaways and Videos from the Inaugural Event

NextGen Coaches was created by FastModel Sports and CoachingU to do just that: develop the next generation of elite basketball coaches.  The 2019 Final Four in Minneapolis saw two leaders and long-time partners in the basketball coaching industry, CoachingU and FastModel Sports, team up to present the first ever NextGen Coaches event. An audience of

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National Championship Game Preview: Texas Tech and Virginia XsOs

The two best defensive teams will meet in the 2019 NCAA National Championship game – but don’t sleep on Texas Tech or Virginia’s offense. Final Four Team Breakdowns: Texas Tech | Virginia This year’s championship game brings together two opponents with similar offensive philosophies. Both Texas Tech and Virginia will play a majority of the game

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Final Four Preview: Virginia Brings Elite Efficiency on Both Sides of the Ball

Head Coach Tony Bennett has Virginia in the Final Four behind the clear concepts that power the Cavaliers offense and defense. Final Four Team Previews: Texas Tech | Michigan State | Auburn Even though the Virginia Cavaliers spent the entire season near the top of the polls, they were probably the #1 seed that was

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