Preparation: Are You Ready?

It’s almost that time of year again. Players, you have little time remaining to hone your craft this offseason before it’s time to prove how hard you’ve worked to improve yourself—both on and off the court. With that in mind, consider the following “must dos” that you should be focusing on now—if you’re not already—to help ensure your team has an opportunity for a special season.

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A Key To Greatness

What do good heart surgeons, lawyers, and pilots have in common with good point guards? And, why will this distinguish you from the competition? Find out now in this video from PGC owner Dena Evans.

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COACHING CLINIC NOTES: WNBA Seattle Storm Head Coach Brian Agler

Tune in as the Seattle Storm’s Head Coach, Brian Agler, shares his thoughts on a range of topics include player development, establishing your coaching philosophy, communicating effectively with basketball players; among others.

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Coaching Clinic Notes: WNBA Connecticut Sun Head Coach Mike Thibault

Head Coach Mike Thibault of the Connecticut Sun, has firmly established himself as one of the premier coaches in the WNBA. Listen in as he shares his insights during the PGC online coaching clinics series.

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THINK THE GAME

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Coaching Clinic Notes: Better Basketball Founder Rick Torbett

Rick Torbett is the founder and lead basketball instructor for the Better Basketball DVDs. In this PGC (online) Coaching Clinic, Coach Torbett shares his thoughts on: Advantages of the Read

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How to Remember What You Study

Before we get into how to remember what you study, let’s look at how not to do it. Cramming is what most students do. They put off studying till the last possible moment, then go crazy, drink coffee, drink Red Bull or take pills to stay awake, and try to force all sorts of facts and information into their brains on the night before the exam.

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Biography of a Failure

Dissatisfaction with things as they are, the persistent struggle to reach expanding goals, not the triumphs, is what makes people great. This is the story of a man who never stopped trying even though his failures were many and his successes were few. He is today one of the most beloved Americans.

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I Wish I Woulda

As a basketball teacher-coach who has spent a great amount of time on court these past few weeks training basketball players to prepare for their season, I’ve come to realize that I do have a few regrets from my years of training. I share them so you can re-consider what you’re doing these next few weeks as you prepare for try-outs and the first basketball games of the season.

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