I have never put in a play, a defensive scheme, or a practice drill that I did not believe was the solution. Once I implemented an idea, I believed it would work. That positive belief is undoubtedly a good thing. I put a lot of thought into whatever our team does so it is important to believe in my decisions.
Here is my summary of Coach Shivek’s video with the best drills highlighted for you to check out if they interest you. He plays with four perimeter players and spacing. Every player needs great ball handling and versatility in how they finish around the rim. He spends a lot of time repeating floaters, reverse lay-ups, etc., to develop this ability. Dribbling,
Question: Basketball Immersion member Paul had this question: Hey Coach. I was just watching a couple of your clinic videos and I noticed a couple of similar but slightly disparate ideas when it comes to building the coach-player relationship. In one video, you say that you’ll ask them, “How can I best communicate with you?” In another video, you say
I signed up for your website and I really like your concepts. They do make sense to me, but I wonder how your concepts apply to the age group that I coach. I coach 3rd graders (8-9 year olds). I wonder how your concepts translate for a 3rd grader? Do you still teach youth players to think “shot on the catch”? I
A goal of this blog is to provide specific and practical insights into current coaching dilemmas. By no means do I have all the answers and sometimes you may even disagree with my approach. When I was a young coach I remember learning as much about what I would not do as much as I learned what I would do. One of the first
“The best thing a human being can do is to help another human being know more.” – Charlie Munger I know sometimes it is difficult to find the time to search for great content. It is even more difficult to invest the time to watch everything you find. One of the advantages of being a full-time basketball coach is that
The two main concepts of Basketball Immersion are Zero Seconds Skills Training and Basketball Decision Training. It is important that I define both terms and explain why the concepts are important. Put simply, Zero Seconds is skills training, and Basketball Decision Training (BDT) is mind training. ZERO SECONDS Zero Seconds Skills Training is focused on improving ball skills. Dribbling,