3-Point Play: On defense, building culture, and failure

3-Point Play: On defense, building culture, and failure

Champions embrace failure. When something is caught in your throat, your goal is urgently clear. You want it out so you can breathe again. You will try anything and being wrong won’t bother you one bit. You’ll follow each failure with a new, tremendous effort to succeed.  So if you want to become a champion, change your perspective on failure. 

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Monday Mindset: What Do You Focus On?

Monday Mindset: What Do You Focus On?

We are two-thirds of the way up the mountain and we’ve been climbing for a couple hours. We started at 12:30 at night and we’re going to arrive at the peak just in time for sunrise.

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3-Point Play: On peeking, communication, and taking action

3-Point Play: On peeking, communication, and taking action

Most players catch the ball and dribble immediately (with their head down). They’re missing opportunities. Instead…

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Monday Mindset: Not an Every Day View

My encouragement to you is wherever you are to not take in only the great landscapes but to even admire and appreciate the smallest things – a leaf, a flower, a plant, a worm, a bird, whatever it may be.

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For All the Players Who Didn’t Get Minutes this Year or Felt Like They Underachieved

If you didn’t get minutes this year or felt like you underachieved, this is for you. It goes a little something like this. You felt like your coach hated you or just, “didn’t give you a chance.”

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The 5 Life-Altering Journeys Players Go on During a PGC Basketball Camp

The 5 Life-Altering Journeys Players Go on During a PGC Basketball Camp

When your child attends a 5-day camp, they get around like-minded people all looking to improve at this thing they love called basketball.

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Athlete Story | Leif Skelding

Athlete Story | Leif Skelding

In the biggest game of my collegiate career, I destroyed my knee in a freak accident during warmups. With my season over, I was left with one question: “How do I contribute even while not being able to play?”

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3-Point Play: On simplicity, listening, and being helpful

3-Point Play: On simplicity, listening, and being helpful

When you see a player use nine moves to get the ball up court, don’t be impressed. They don’t know (yet). Good players use one move, one burst of speed, one change of direction.

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