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Post Play Teaching Points

Post Play Teaching Points

Is playing in the post a lost art? Many would say yes, and I tend to agree. However, there are many factors why. Many teams lack a true big man, teams run more sets with active posts who can play on the perimeter, coaches prefer longer, more athletic players that can defend on the wing, etc.

8 Keys to watching the NCAA Tournament

I’ve been watching the NCAA Tournament my whole life! I remember watching Danny and the Miracles as a basketball crazy 9 year old and filling out a bracket with my gambling loving grandmother.  With 30 years of NCAA tournament experience, here are the 8 keys to enjoying the round of 64. Live in the Pacific

Being a Double-Goal Coach

[vimeo id=”86646816″] Strive to win while teaching life lessons   Model and Teach Honoring the Game Teach ROOTS – respect for Rules, Opponents, Officials, Teammates, and one’s Self Distribute PCA’s Parent/Guardian Letter to help parents Honor the Game Appoint a parent to be “Culture Keeper” for the team Drill Honoring the Game in practice Seize