What Every Champion Must Have

Self-discipline is something you need to practice the way you practice a skill like shooting a basketball or hitting a baseball or throwing a football. The more you practice self-discipline, the easier it becomes and the prouder you become of it.

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Top 25 Daily Habits/Resolutions that can Change Your Life

These resolutions, if made into daily habits, can transform your relationships, your outlook and your life.

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More Steals with Gnaw Pocket Defense

When a dribbler gets by you, there are two possible reactions. The most common is to turn and watch as his rear-end gets farther and farther away from you. The

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10 Commandments of Defense

Here are 10 commandments to follow to enhance your defensive game.

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THINK THE GAME

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An Obvious Difference between Good Players and Mediocre Players

Talking to teammates, helping each other verbally, is one of the most obvious differences (if you are on the court) between good players and mediocre ones. “I’ve got that man.”

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Win More Games in Three Simple Steps

Here are three simple things great basketball teams and players do that most teams are missing.

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You Don’t Fake Enough on Offense

The biggest mistake players make in faking is that they think they have to get through the fake quickly and get on with their real purpose—their move to the basket, and the result is a poor, unconvincing fake. Stay low so you can maneuver precisely. You may think that by staying low you are sacrificing speed, but players who fake and put the ball on the floor far out in front of them, just a few inches off the floor, are very difficult to guard.

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Top Books on Leadership for Coaches and Athletes

We put together a list of our favorite books that will resonate with any good coach.

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