Coaching team basketball: develop winning players with a team-first attitude
To be #1, your team has to play as one
How many times have you heard, "There is no I in team"? Still, U.S. basketball continues to be dominated by individual play, which has led to a number of embarrassing upsets on the world and Olympic courts. From middle-school to the NBA, there are no championships without teamwork--and there's no teamwork without good coaching.
Get away from the flash and start building your successful team today with this one-of-a-kind, step-by-step guide that helps you to:
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Review: Coaching Team Basketball: Develop Winning Players with a Team-First AttitudeUser Review - Goodreads
Short, to the point, and backed by serious statistical analysis, Tom Crean makes coaching a winning team seem easy. The recipe is simple enough. Trouble is, in basketbll as in life, the simplest ...
Review: Coaching Team Basketball: Develop Winning Players with a Team-First AttitudeUser Review - Eric Jefcoat - Goodreads
I felt like I was a pretty good basketball coach before I read this book. However, this book completely changed the way I coach. Period. If you have ever had poor team chemistry, selfish players ... Read full review
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