Head Coach Mike Thibault of the WNBA Connecticut Sun shares coaching tips and ideas for designing your basketball team’s offense during PGC Basketball’s online coaching clinic.
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Coach Bob Starkey (Associate Head Coach, LSU) , is well regarded as one of the top minds and hardest workers in all of college basketball. Now in his 22nd season at Louisiana State University, Coach Starkey joined the PGC community of basketball coaches to share is insights on: Practice Planning Coaching shot selection The Importance of […]
During a court side interview during the 1st Annual Don Meyer Classic on ESPNU, Coach Meyer shared these three rules that he demanded of all all his players and coaches…
Camaraderie is the spirit of good fellowship. It’s the mutual trust and friendship that emerges among people who spend a lot of time together. Championship teams have it. Winning coaches understand its importance. Take Doc Rivers, head coach of the NBA Boston Celtics, for instance. Rivers goes so far as to require his basketball players to […]
Nodding to your coach seems like an obvious thing, and hardly a tip for a good basketball player yet very often players fail to do this. Understand how a little nod goes a long way toward establishing the kind of player-coach relationship that leads to winning basketball.
If you’re running a basketball camp or conducting a basketball clinic for basketball players or coaches anytime soon, you’re going to have one big problem on your hands. The moment you open the gym doors and let your basketball players out for lunch break, a water break, or at the end of day, it can […]
I recently spent the day at the Psychology of Coaching Teams Conference in Boston, MA. It’s an all day event for coaches of any sport and it features some great speakers with vast experiences. I was speaking on behalf of Point Guard College along with one of my co-workers, Mara Schanfield. More importantly, what I always […]