Players are you maximizing your time when you can't get in the gym?
Getting shots up and on court work is essential to becoming a great player. But what are other ways you can become a top performer off the court?
Here are 3 of ways:
1) Work on your strength and fitness. If you have access to a gym then get there and put your time in to building ...
Many of you have heard the old cliché, “The grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence”. Whatever brilliant person first uttered these words had a good point with great depth. The saying refers to neighbors who look at the yard next door and feel like it’s better than theirs – that it’s greener and more lush, and ...
One of the biggest complaints I hear from players at all levels deals with their playing time. It’s almost unanimous – every player thinks they should play nearly the whole game. And while this is a good mindset to have (believing you should be on the floor), the proof is in the play.
The job of a team coach is to get the pieces of the team to play ...
NBA Great Chris Mullin said that players with good form need to shoot 500 shots per day to be great shooters. If players have poor form as they get older, their form should not be changed, they just need to shoot 2,000 per day to be great shooters. If you develop poor form, you’ll have to do 4x the amount of work of a shooter with good form. ...