See most people base their assessment of players on physical attributes. I’ve also seen a lot of guys turn pro because they were physically gifted. All this is nonsense in my opinion. Physical attributes do not determine who the winner is. Simple as that. Dwight Howard has tremendous body talent. But he’s not the best […]
BE AGGRESSIVE… Every time you catch the ball, you should think you’re going to score. This rule is the most important one. It doesn’t matter how well you can dribble, jump, shoot or anything else if you never do it. Without aggressiveness, you won’t even take shots so how can you be a scorer? Be […]
I’m kind of frustrated! Watched a couple of Montreal youth basketball games over the week end and I was appalled! I’m actually writing this one for youth basketball coaches that run full court press. YOU GUYS ARE HURTING KIDS DEVELOPMENT! Here is why: KIDS MUST LEARN FUNDAMENTALS BEFORE THEY LEARN HOW TO PRESS To run […]
Dear Basketball Santa, I know you must be busy since many basketball players are not as good as they would like to be so I will be brief. Here’s a list of basketball development products I would like to have and was wondering if you could sent them to me. I know I haven’ been […]
People are motivated by 2 things in life: fear or joy. We all spend all our time either avoiding pain (fear) or chasing happiness (joy). In basketball, it is the same thing. I see it everyday with my kids. When I threaten them to run a suicide, they start playing well suddenly because they want […]
Being a youth basketball coach makes me realize how important spacing (floor balance) really is! My team actually practices on a small court which makes scrimmages even more chaotic! The other day, I was having a after-practice chat with my players about basketball IQ. What surprised me is that only one kid realized he was […]
I was absent during our first scrimmage game to town rival Lucien Pagé. First game as a team was decent. We saw a few good offensive sequence, and the defense was pretty good. We’re going to get better!
Don’t bring the ball down after a rebound
Bringing the ball down will get you in big trouble. Instead get your elbows out, and squeeze the ball really hard. If defenders try to reach, pivot strongly with the ball well squeezed. They won’t get it!
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