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The 13 Best Books I Read in 2015

I’m an avid reader. I love it.

This year I’ve been on the road a lot, which has given me plenty of time to devour many good (and some bad) books.

One of my favorite things about the basketball coaching community we have is that there is a clear desire to improve that every coach I have the opportunity to talk to seems to possess.

We are all life-long learners. Not just for improving our basketball knowledge, but for improving other areas of our lives too.

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What Part of the Rim to Aim at When Shooting a Basketball

Have you ever wondered if there was a ‘correct’ spot on the rim that players should aim for when shooting a basketball?

I know I have… many times.

Admittedly, I’ve always been an “aim at whatever feels most comfortable for you” coach. But recently, I’ve been questioning whether that’s a good enough answer…

So I asked 18 experts and here’s what they told me…

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Basketball Tryouts Advice – 28 Experts Share Their Secrets

With basketball tryouts about to begin for the new season, I’ve received numerous emails asking for advice on basketball tryouts.

Since my last ‘expert post’ on practice mistakes received so much positive feedback, I decided to use this as an opportunity to once again ask some of the greatest minds in basketball to share their knowledge.

I asked 28 experts this question…

“What are the top 2 or 3 pieces of advice you’d give to a beginner coach conducting tryouts this season?”

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