Teaching Methods

A Practical Guide to 3-on-3 Small-Sided Gam...

Mar 09, 20162 Comments

“Too often we give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve.” – Roger Lewin Small-sided games are not a new concept. My skill

One Day Brantford Coaching Clinic Notes

Jun 24, 2015No Comments

I did a one day clinic in Brantford, Ontario that covered a variety of topics. I wanted to share my notes with you. I have included s a

Make Your Practices More Game Like – ...

Jun 10, 20152 Comments

Using a games sense approach to coaching basketball is a consistent theme of Basketball Immersion and can help you make your practices more game like. Player-centred

A Summary of How to Teach Shooting with Hol...

May 10, 2015No Comments

To save you time, here is my summary of Are You Sure We Teach the Shooting by Holger Geschwindner, so you can watch the specific things that

A Summary of Developing Young Guards by Ari...

Apr 30, 2015No Comments

 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

Three Ideas to Increase and Maintain Intens...

Apr 06, 20152 Comments

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

A Summary of Developing Players’ Deci...

Apr 06, 2015No Comments

“The best thing a human being can do is to help another human being know more.” – Charlie Munger   I know sometimes it is difficult

Start Here: What is Zero Seconds and Basket...

Apr 04, 20151 Comment

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

5-on-5 Half-Court Full-Court

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

Half-Court Full-Court is a method of working on half-court offensive execution vs. specific defensive coverages, while also leading to full-court transition. The full-court transition makes

5-on-5 Outlet to Coach

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

Outlet to Coach is a method of working on half-court offensive execution vs. specific defensive coverages. Edits from the Brantford One-Person-Clinic featuring information on philosophy,