The following video was taken from our DVD set, Read & React Clinics: Planning the R&R Practice. It is a 5 DVD set compiled from three of our 2011 clinics

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In conjunction with a couple of surgeons, Better Basketball has just released a new book cryptically titled Understanding Sports Injury. The idea was this: we know coaches wear a lot

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Dick Helm judges good basketball offense on three criteria: spacing, ball movement, and player movement. According to Coach Helm, all offenses have at least one of these qualities, all good

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The Read & React Offense requires a shift in the way that you coach. Instead of controlling small moment by moment actions, you control the big picture. Instead of calling

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We get the question about offensive rebounding a lot. Most of the time it goes like this, “How can you rebound out of the 5 OUT formation?” Sometimes it goes

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We just finished our last official clinic of the season in Atlanta. And, as we’ve done in the past for this clinic, we had guest speakers… and all of them

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If you’ve been in coaching for very long you know that the recipe for a great team and a successful season (however you measure that) involves more ingredients than a

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What can happen in a year? Well, if you’re Uie Garcia and the South Windsor Girls, a lot. See, Coach Garcia has sold out on the Read & React Offense.

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Jim Rohn says, “You are the average of the five people closest to you”. For me, that feels frighteningly true. Makes me want to evaluate everyone close to me. Makes

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I mentioned in the previous post, What the Read & React Looks Like, that the offense can easily take on the personality of your team: a lot of that personality

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