If you’ve ever coached young kids before, you’ll understand the need to keep basketball as simple as possible.
When you overwhelm kids with information and send them out onto the basketball court, it can develop into a chaotic mess very quickly.
This is especially important when it comes to basketball plays.
When plays are too complex there is very little chance kids will be able to execute them effectively during a game.
When coaching kids you need simple basketball plays.Continue reading
Playing 3-on-3 is a great way to learn HOW to play basketball.
To help give your team the best chance to succeed, I’m going to show you five 3-on-3 basketball plays that you can take to the court and use to help your team get wide open shots and layups.Continue reading
Getting young players free for open shots off an inbounds pass isn’t easy. To do so, you need to have basketball inbound plays that are simple for young players to understand and easy for them to execute. This blog post contains 5 effective youth basketball inbound plays:Two sideline inbound playsThree baseline inbound playsIf executed correctly, all of […]Continue reading
Selecting and implementing effective basketball plays is one of the most important roles of a basketball coach.
Is there a better feeling for a coach than drawing up a play in the dying minutes of a close game that your players go out and execute to perfection and score from?
If there is, I haven’t found it.
The ability to call the right play at the right time during a game can often be the difference between your team winning a losing.Continue reading