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Chino Hills Huskies scheme behind the Ball brothers

’15-16 Chino Hills Huskies: The Scheme Behind The Ball Brothers

’15-16 Chino Hills Huskies: The Scheme Behind The Ball Brothers

The playing style and philosophy behind the 35-0 California state champion Chino Hills team featuring the Ball brothers Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo. In 2015-16, Chino Hills went 35-0, won the Open Division of California’s State Championship, and was the consensus #1 ranked team in the country. It’s easy to watch highlights and see the Huskies were as

FastModel Sports VidSwap Pixellot partnership

FMS & Pixellot Team Up To Provide HS Coaches With VidSwap Integration

Our latest partnership with Pixellot’s VidSwap provides a seamless video and stats workflow to the High School basketball coaching market. Chicago and New York – December 15, 2021 – FastModel Sports, developer of basketball’s premier coaching software products, and Pixellot, the world’s leading provider of AI-Automated™  video and data solutions, today announced a key integration of

The Most Innovative Coaching Tool in Basketball – MaxOne

MaxOne is a must-have coaching resource to keep your program organized and communication efficient all year long. It can be tough to keep up when it comes to technology and innovation in the sport of basketball. Coaches and athletes are always looking for an edge, and new technologies are continuously coming into play. It’s important

Practice Structure Ideas – Philosophy 

As most high school coaches are gearing up to start practice within the next month, I wanted share a list of Top 20 Tips on practice structure. These are personal to our program, so obviously take what you like and adjust it to fit your team. The emphasis should be on doing the things your team

Program Spotlight: St. Charles Spartans

When Coach Brett Campbell walked into his first day as head coach of the St. Charles Spartans, he faced one of the biggest challenges of his coaching career. As a brand new, first year high school, Coach Campbell had players joining together from eight different schools and coaches coming from three different programs.  Learn how

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