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Beware of Great Plays

GREAT PLAYERS DON’T MAKE GREAT PLAYS —Excerpted from the book, “Stuff Good Players Should Know” by Dick DeVenzio Posted with permission from PGCBasketball Beware of great plays. Common sense might seem to tell you that great plays are what make…

End of Summer–Beginning of Future!

This article was written and contributed by Scott Rosberg At Wal-Marts, Targets, JC Penneys, and just about every other department store out there, the signs are plastered all over the place – BACK TO SCHOOL! While those three words conjure…

5 Habits That Turn Off College Coaches

This post was written for PGC Basketball by Sam Allen.  Sam is the Director of the Essentials courses on the PGC summer tour, Coordinator for PGC/Glazier Coaches Clinics, and runs Blue Collar Basketball, focusing on team and individual training and basketball strength…

6 Ways to Be Coachable

This article was written by Mason Waters and posted on The Coaching Toolbox with his permission It first appeared on Medium.com Players, coaches want you to be successful. As a coach, I know I can say that honestly. I want my players…

You Can’t Do That!

This article was written and contributed by Scott Rosberg My most recent post in my series on the “Coach as Teacher” was titled “There is Power in Your Words.” While today’s post is not in the realm of “Coach as…

There is Power in Your Words

This article was written and contributed by Scott Rosberg There is power in the words we speak. Our words carry great weight for those to whom we say them. However, the words alone are not what make them powerful. It…

Coaching Basketball: Earn the Right to Win

This post was written by Bert DeSalvo on his Basketball Coaching Blog, Expressions from the Hardwood Earn the Right to Win Tom Coughlin Notes taken by Bert DeSalvo, @CoachDeSalvo Introduction – Prepare to Win “Achieving any goal begins with through…

Coaching Basketball: Positivity Facts

The videos on this post is courtesy of Scott Savor of Secrets in Sports. He conducts workshops on leadership, motivation, and mental training. I previously posted some thoughts from Scott on Increasing Players’ Focus and Motivation You can follow Scott…

Controlling the “Controllables”

The following article was written by Juan Pablo Favero of San Diego State University.  It was originally published in The NSCAA Soccer Journal The hope is that these ideas can be modified to the needs of your program, and shared…

Coaching Basketball Dedication Games

This video on this post is courtesy of Scott Savor of Secrets in Sports. He conducts workshops on leadership, motivation, and mental training. I previously posted some thoughts from Scott on Increasing Players’ Focus and Motivation You can follow Scott…