Coach Story | Chris Guandalini
I still can’t figure out who recommended PGC to me after my junior year of high school, but I am very thankful they did. I wish I knew about it a season or two earlier.
Monday Mindset: Build Your Future Today
When you choose to exercise and take care of your body and eat healthy, you’re building today for a better future. When you choose to save instead of spend your money today, when you save you’re building for a better future tomorrow.
3-Point Play: On the bench, true leaders, and engineered serendipity
When you’re on the bench, gather information! Most players sit & wait to get back into the game. Instead of waiting & resting, be learning – about the person you’re guarding, about the tendencies of the other team, about how to gain advantages when you go back in.
PGC Announces 2022 Summer Basketball Camp Schedule & Locations
Every summer, tens of thousands of players across North America get the privilege to attend a basketball camp to improve their skills and have fun…
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Monday Mindset: You’ve Got This
My encouragement to you today is this… Obviously this pandemic has gone on and on and on, and no matter what you’ve been going through, I want you to know that there are not just tens of thousands, there are millions of people…
3-Point Play: On reactions, assumptions, and spending your time
Reacting to calls is not competitiveness, it’s weakness. Instead, take pride in deciding for yourself — in advance — how you’ll respond when things don’t go your way. We don’t want reactions, we want responses.
Monday Mindset: Keep on Digging – Part 2
It’s nighttime here and if you haven’t watched last week’s Monday Mindset, this video is not going to make sense, so go back and watch last week’s Monday Mindset called Keep Digging.
3-Point Play: On great plays, questions to ask, and going first
Beware of “great plays.” Great plays, or the attempt to make great plays, are what make good players mediocre. Ignore fancy and value fundamental. Make the smart play, not the hard one. Don’t go crazy when simple will work just fine.