Too many players waste time working on things that don’t happen very often in games. One thing all great players have in common is their intentional training of game-specific actions
This is a correspondence between PGC owner Dena Evans and a long-time PGC grad. I was so moved by Dena’s response to this player, which the player’s father shared with me, I decided to ask Dena, and this athlete, for permission to share this correspondence publicly. If you know the heart-ache and disappointment of not reaching your team or individual goals, this is a must-read.
Far too often, basketball players make the game too hard with their go to move. They use multiple dribble combo move that rarely result in a successful attack. James Harden
These three shooting drills possess the three common factors all professional drills need — time/score, a speed component and specific footwork. Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston as he shows you how to become a green-light shooter.
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Join us this summer and discover how to become a playmaker, lead your team, and run the show.
Being able to snake ball screens is how pros like Chris Paul and Kyrie Irving have so much success on offense. Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston as he shows you more about this pro-level move.
Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston as he shows you ways to become a passing playmaker like LeBron James, including passing from the diagonal and frontal planes, as well as mastering flick, cross-body, hook, rugby, and behind-the-back passes.
In this competitive shooting drill, you’ll improve both your shooting accuracy and confidence. Join PGC Director Jayson Wells as he shows you the rules of “Beat The Pro” – a game that works on your shooting in a variety of ways.
One of the most important skills an offense can possess is knowing how to properly attack a zone defense. These three tips will put you in a position to continuously threaten the zone and keep the defense scrambling.