Dribbling on the basketball court is a difficult skill.
Not because dribbling is a tough skill to improve necessarily, but because it’s difficult to teach players when, where, and why to use their dribble.
As the famous Australian basketball coach, Lindsay Gaze, once said…
“You dribble to score, not to explore.”Continue reading
Here’s a difficult truth:Being willing to hustle and play hard on defense isn’t enough…To develop a great defensive team, players must learn correct defensive technique and understand where they should be on the court depending on who they’re guarding and the position of the basketball.And the best way to accomplish this is by using proven […]Continue reading
There is nothing better than watching an unselfish team who are able to move the basketball around the court quickly and efficiently.
Breaking down the defense with smart passing and getting each other free for open jump shots and layups.
Wish your team could do this?
The basketball passing drills on this page can help you achieve it.Continue reading
Do you want to coach a team competing for championships every season?
Then your team must be able to rebound at a championship-level.
On the defensive end of the court, allowing your opponent to secure offensive rebounds will hurt your team’s confidence, ruin momentum, and will lead to easy baskets for the opposing team.
On the offensive end of the court, being able to secure offensive rebounds will lead to extra points (potentially a lot of them), increase confidence, and improve your team’s energy and hustle.Continue reading
Are you looking for basketball drills and games for kids? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
I frequently receive emails from coaches seeking drills because they either don’t know what to use or their kids are tired of running the same drills over and over again at practice.
It’s important for all coaches to use proven drills that will improve their players.Continue reading