While browsing the materials in the Positive Coaching Alliance Development Zone the other day, I came across an article called "Using Your Power to Improve Your School Community" that touches how student-athletes bear a great deal of responsibility in creating a healthy school community. As some of the most visible representations of school's community in … Continue reading 2 Ways Student Athletes Can Build a Better School Community
Eventually, we all need to come around on Lebron James. Today is my day.
As is so often the case in basketball, coaches are always borrowing things from other coaches and implementing them with their own teams. While checking out The Xs & Os of Basketball message boards, I came across a thread looking for information NBA assistant coach Dave Severns "Pistol" offense - a name which I associate with … Continue reading Dave Severns ‘Hurry Up’ Early Offense Series
The following play was run by the WPI Engineers in a 59-50 win over Westfield State University on November 14, 2015. Horns Side The play begins like most HORNS plays with two players at the elbow, however unlike most plays the two other players begin on the weak side of the floor. The player for … Continue reading Basketball From the Stands: Horns Side (WPI Engineers)
As a bit of a basketball nerd I like to digest every bit of basketball writing and philosophy I can during my idle time. The other morning, I received an email from Breakthrough Basketball with links to some reading and one headline jumped right out and grabbed me because it had to do with youth basketball … Continue reading Should Your Child Play AAU Basketball? In a Word, Yes