Grow your vision so you can grow your game. Coaches at the college level want players who can see the floor. This is a skill that transfers to the next level and one that coaches love to identify in young players. It’s one that will have coaches talking about how well you “think the game” and your “great feel” out on the court.
These tools I’m about to share with you will help you learn to see the floor like a high-level playmaker and help you stand out to coaches everywhere.
Great shooters like JJ Reddick and Klay Thompson are always ready to shoot. Shot preparation is the number one way to increase your shot attempts. Join PGC Director Jayson Wells as he shares how to improve your shot attempts through preparation.
Most players want to score more points. Unfortunately, they don’t know how. It’s frustrating to put in the work and then go out and have the same stat line game after game. No player wants this, and you deserve more from your efforts.
Most average players think that they must do a lot of dribbling in order to beat pressure.
Join PGC Director Brittany Caporale as she shares several techniques to remain confident and poised while in a trap.
THINK THE GAME
Join PGC Basketball and discover how to become a playmaker, lead your team, and run the show.
High-level communication is a character trait that coaches crave, and often, players struggle to implement.
When it comes to getting your teammates’ attention, how do you move from a place of frustration and confusion to one of confidence and certainty? Join PGC Director Chad Songy as he shares how to lead your teammates with one simple word.
939,836 – the number of high school basketball players across the United States this season.
94.2% of those athletes will not play basketball at the college level.
Today, Tyler Coston, PGC Director of Player Development, is giving us the secret formula to play college basketball because you need to know the truth about the price you must pay to avoid the pain of your career ending sooner than you hope.
To become a great shooter like Steph Curry, Maya Moore, Sue Bird, and JJ Redick, you must have a great shot fake. Here are the two ways you can improve your shot fake, today:
If you want to be a high level basketball player, stop going to the gym just “to get shots up”. That’s what average players do.
Discover how to become prepared and confident when you step on the court leading to higher percentage of shots made, more games won, and becoming a player coaches notice.