Special basketball teams are defined by the trust that’s built among the players and coaches in the program. Join PGC Director Marke Freeman as she lays out three specific ways
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.
There’s a big difference between making a layup and finishing against a great defender. While many players work on fancy layups, Kyrie Irving dominates the NBA with his clever and crafty
Do you have a counter to your go-to move?Giannis Antetokounmpo is known for his ability to beat defenders off the dribble with his dynamic straight line drives. This forces defenders to
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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
Playmakers don’t only exist on offense. Special defenders like Patrick Beverley have become playmakers on the defensive end of the floor. Check out this video from PGC Director Marke Freeman
Most players tend to go through the motions on defense, but Draymond Green takes great pride in being an elite playmaker on the defensive end of the floor. Watch as PGC Director Jayson Wells breaks down what you can learn from Draymond to become that same special defender.
Every team needs a great shooter. Great shooters are special players, and they take pride in the ways they think, train, and feel. Join PGC Director Matt McLeod as he