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Basketball is complementary to many sports. There’s a lot of jumping like in volleyball, but court vision and the passing and team game is most similar to soccer.
Make sure that all players are using proper chest pass fundamentals, snapping the ball and finishing with the thumbs down and fingers pointing out.
For youth players, we want to focus on the long-term development, not how many games they win when they're 11 years old.
Composure is a skill and a habit that comes from small daily disciplines. Modeling a life of composure as well as holding yourself to a standard of daily habits of composure will help internalized this quality for your life.
Turn your attention to how you will progress out of setback and into a better frame of mind. Once you are there, turn your attention back to the progress of your goals and dreams.
A simple rebound can be the difference between a big win and a heartbreaking loss. Finish every play by crashing the glass, grabbing caroms and giving your team crucial possessions.
Much more important in basketball is your ability to rapidly switch between forward, backward, lateral and vertical movements.
Hard work, a focus on academics and strong morals are Minneapolis North boys' basketball coach Larry McKenzie's key areas of focus.
Power training enables athletes to apply the greatest amount of their maximal strength in the shortest period of time.
One of the most successful coaches in Minnesota high school basketball history, Minneapolis North's Larry McKenzie teaches a creed far removed from dunks or three-pointers.
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