Film Breakdown Part 2: Conducting Team Video Sessions

If you haven’t read Part 1 yet, Post-Game Analysis, we recommend heading over and reading it before starting Part 2. One of the famous quotes in coaching is, “Film doesn’t lie”. Meeting

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6 Tips for Coaches in Any Sport

As the head boy’s basketball coach at Crystal Lake Central (Crystal Lake, IL), I have used Krossover to break down and analyze our game film for several years now. Since

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Control What You Can Control

As a coach, there are only so many things you can (and should) have control over. Former UCONN head coach Jim Calhoun breaks dow the four things you can control

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Film Breakdown Part 1: Post-Game Analysis

Upon several requests, I have put together a three-part series of posts discussing how to watch film as after the game, with your team, and with individual players. Today I am going

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When it comes to youth and high school basketball in the United States, I have two more groups to add to the Endangered Species list: Shooters and leaders Do you

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Customer Service Strategy

The following article is provided to us by JonGordon.com.  Smiling is important. Eye contact matters. Patience is essential. Being warm and friendly is a must. And providing a positive emotional

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Players’ and Parents’ Codes of Conduct

The following article was shared to us by Mitch Cole from Texas A&M Men’s Basketball. The Codes of Conduct come from Joe Ehrmann’s book, Inside Out Coaching. In case you

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Mastering Timeouts

At a recent PGC clinic, (PGC) President Mano Watsa shared his philosophy on timeouts. Mano believes that timeouts should be treated like a sandwich. I. Bread Bread is the foundation

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As coaches, we are always looking for new plays to put our players in scoring situations and ultimately win more games. These plays usually come from 1 of 3 sources,

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Do You Have a Post-Season Plan?

It’s May and your season is over, now what? As coaches, we constantly tell our players that the Summer is where they improve their game and become better all-around players. However,

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