Coaching Team Basketball: A Coach’s Guide to Developing 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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The premier guards in the game today create scoring opportunities for
themselves or their teammates through dribble penetration. Whenever the ball
gets inside the defense, the result is normally either a high-percentage shot or a
foul on one ...
The key word when stopping dribble penetration is containment. Nothing hurts a
team defense more than dribble penetration because it forces inside players to
help and recover. To stop dribble penetration, a defender must maintain the ...
... 162 essentials of, 153-54 as heart of game, 151-52 post defense, 160 pressure
on the ball, 156-57 sprint back on defense, 154-55 statistics, 165 stopping dribble
penetration, 159 stopping pick-and-roll, 160-61 summary of points on, 166 talk ...
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Foreword by Dwyane Wade
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