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You should always strive to deliver the best work you can and make the effort always to improve, even if it’s only in small steps.
Don't be afraid to try new things and make mistakes. Use this time to develop creativity and find new ways to solve problems (advance the ball).
"I’ve said to myself, 'This is no one’s story to write but mine. It’s no one’s story but mine.' "
Get with your youth, middle school, freshman and JV coaches and make this a priority in their teaching, so that when they are at the varsity level they already have that mindset.
Eat the right food, and get enough sleep every day so you’re always playing at your best and developing your skills as quickly as possible.
You may commit a careless foul early in the game and think it is only your first foul. However, since the other three basic fouls are definitely coming it immediately puts you in foul trouble.
Defenders on the outside should contest the shot by getting a hand up high (without fouling).
Winning games or developing new skills can show them what they are capable of with some hard work, he said. They also can create friendships they might not have at school.
Teach the fundamentals of both spacing and positioning to your team in order to not only improve player performance but give said players the knowledge they need to have in order to find success in basketball.
Being a great shooter will result in not only more points for yourself but more points for your teammates, too.
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