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The Art of Shooting – A Guide to Proper Mechanics

The good shooter is a picture of grace, releasing the ball with seemingly effortless motion. However, this “seemingly effortless motion” comes at a high price. Some studies have proven it takes approximately 200,000 correct repetitions to learn a basketball skill to mastery. How much is that? About 10 years! Thus, it is extremely important to...

March Madness Roundup

The NCAA Tournament is one the the best times of the year for basketball fans and coaches. This year was no different. March Madness was full of exciting games, upsets, and great X’s & O’s. Here are the Top 10 March Madness posts from Team.FastModelSports.com. 1 – South Carolina Pressure Man Defense by Randy Sherman Before...

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Maximizing Your Minutes in Practice – The First 40

Yes, “we talkin’ ’bout practice,” as our good friend AI would say. I am by no means an expert on planning practice, but I think a few things are basic truths, especially at the high school level. This post is designed to help coaches in these situations maximize their practice. There is a lack of...

Triple Double Shooting

Triple-Double Combo Rhythm Perimeter Shooting

By Coach Rick Allison This is one of my favorite progressions for working rhythmic ball handling and shooting. It can accommodate multiple shooters (1-6) and gets them a lot of shots while moving to different spots. Emphasis is on quick handles and quick shot off the bounce with active feet and good vision. Settings: Location...

Final Four – A Professional Development Opportunity

College students get spring break for vacation. College basketball coaches get the Final Four. However, for eight coaching staffs the men’s and women’s Final Fours really are business trips. If you have a goal of reaching the game’s pinnacle event on the bench and not at the bar down the street, you need to take...

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