Back in late December I took some time to reflect back on 2011, and I created my list of yearly highlights and key learnings. I realized it would be worthwhile
The Oscars and NBA All-Star Weekend have come and gone, but our favorite people to celebrate, hands down, are our grads. Each season, 20 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes
Many will say: “What do you mean I’m a poor leader if I lead by example?” Well, for starters, “leadership” is what every team member must do on a good team. It’s a baseline. A starting point that lays the foundation for winning and championship performances. The first level of leadership is leading yourself. That is, by doing what needs to be done (e.g. showing up on time, being prepared to play, hustling, etc.), it sets the example – or tone rather. That’s called doing your part. To a good coach, it’s the expectation rather than an exception.
Listen in as ‘Coach D’ opens up on topics such as how to create championship practices, being special and standing out to a good coach, teaching players how to communicate effectively, and her relationship with legendary UCLA basketball coach, John Wooden.
THINK THE GAME
Join us this summer and discover how to become a playmaker, lead your team, and run the show.
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.
Excuses are for mediocre players. Forget them. There are thousands of excuses available to all losers. To have a good excuse is to have what every other loser in the history of the world has had. Don’t make the ridiculous mistake of thinking that your particular brand of excuse is somehow more valid than the last 20 million that have been uttered.
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.
The top-seeded and tournament host Windsor Lancers captured the first “Bronze Baby Trophy” in program history thanks to a 63-49 win over the No. 2 ranked Saskatchewan Huskies in the gold-medal final of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) 2011 Women’s National Championship.