Teach your kids how to pass, shoot, and "D up" like the pros with these basketball drills and practice tips.
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).
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.
Defenders on the outside should contest the shot by getting a hand up high (without fouling).
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.
A player shoots a free throw, and if it’s missed the player runs. If the teammates don’t encourage the shooter, then everyone runs.
It is also important to specifically train with the same explosive intensity you expect to output when going up for a dunk.
With each dribble with your right hand, touch the rim with your left hand. If you can't get the rim, try to get the net.
Let your mind rest, your muscles heal and allow proper recovery time for injuries. While you rest, you should be reflecting on your game and what and how you want to improve.
Most players go through a period in their development where they think they have it all figured out. But there is a difference between knowing something and having it mastered.
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