3-Point Play: On going at your defender, cutting the cleverness, and asking for what you want

3-Point Play: On going at your defender, cutting the cleverness, and asking for what you want

By going straight at your defender, you “paralyze” or freeze them until you decide which way you want to go, just a few feet away from them.

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Monday Mindset: How to Accomplish Stuff

Do you have a tough time bringing to life the things that you want to see happen?

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3-Point Play: On always following through, poor communication, and overcoming challenges

3-Point Play: On always following through, poor communication, and overcoming challenges

What excuse do you have for not following through completely (elbow fully extended, fingers pointing to the floor) every, every, every time you shoot?

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Monday Mindset: Be a Mechanic

Every good mechanic is good at fixing things and repairing things. You need to be good in your life at fixing and repairing things as well.

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3-Point Play: On practicing difficult layups, nurturing culture, and seeing your potential

3-Point Play: On practicing difficult layups, nurturing culture, and seeing your potential

Practice shooting difficult layups. Most players practice only easy, unmolested ones where there is plenty of time to get the steps and the timing done perfectly. But the problem is that most game layups are not like this.

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Monday Mindset: Choose Your Hard

In life, lots of things are hard, but we often get to choose our hard.

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3-Point Play: On anticipating the next man, leading with your heart, and procrastinating

3-Point Play: On anticipating the next man, leading with your heart, and procrastinating

There are so many times, on offense and defense, when a good player seems to be resting away from the ball, but their mind is constantly asking questions…

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Monday Mindset: How to Build Trust

Earlier this week, I got a little discouraged and then started feeling sorry for myself.

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