Monthly Archives: April 2012

Video of Great Live Dribble Move – John Stockton no less!

TweetBelow is a link to a great live dribble move called shoulder to hip. It is a way to get past a good defender once the ball handler has initiated the dribble. I wish I had dreamed this move up! … Continue reading

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Downloads Page is Now Handouts/Clinic Notes Page!

TweetThe good folks at Hyperlinks Media who design and maintain my website for me have rebuilt the Downloads page. The name has been changed to Handouts/Clinic Notes and I now have the ability to organize notes and handouts by type. … Continue reading

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New Graduate Program in Coaching!

TweetMy college alma mater, Greenville College, has announced it is starting a new Master’s program in coaching. You may never have heard of Greenville College, but it turns out coaches who go on to be very successful in a wide … Continue reading

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Fine Tuning Your Team’s Position Play to be Available Soon!

TweetThe next book in the Fine Tuning Series, Fine Tuning Your Team’s Position Play, will be available soon on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. For those who like eBooks, it will be some time before this book is available in … Continue reading

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From Teach to Win: Rewarding Intangibles

TweetRewarding the Intangibles of Sport Players do what their coach emphasizes. If a coach teaches fundamentals but never requires players to use these skills in a game, players will quickly learn the coach only pays lip service to fundamentals and … Continue reading

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Three Simple Rules to Improve Cutting and Screening

TweetRegardless of the type of offense used, cutting and screening are two essential offensive building blocks. In a recent survey I sent out I received a surprising large number of requests for information about screening more effectively. So, here are … Continue reading

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New Nook Book Editions Now Available!

TweetThe recent survey I sent out to the coaches who receive my eNewsletter, The Roundball Report, was very informative in a lot of ways. One that surprised me was the number of coaches who requested Nook editions of my books. … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Defend On-the-Ball Screens

TweetBall Screens can be an effective offensive tactic. Teams who are well prepared for this screening tactic can cause considerable difficulty for teams who rely on ball screens for a major portion of their offense. Here are three defensive strategies … Continue reading

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