Are your substitutions more of an art or science? Do you go based on feel or data? Maybe a combination of both? Adam and TJ discuss the many variables and dynamics involved in substituting effectively in game as well as provide some valuable takeaways.
Archives for August 2016
Every year coaches all over the country are taking over programs coming off an unsuccessful season and they begin facing the many challenges of turning things around. In this episode TJ shares some of his personal experiences and insight on how to effectively manage that process and get the buy-in you’re hoping to see.
It is essential for a team to be successful that the head coach and assistant coach have a healthy relationship and work towards creating an effective working relationship. Scott Rosberg from Proactive Coaching joins the discussion as the guys talk about how to build that relationship to be stronger than ever.
When we look at our rosters we know there are players who aren’t as confident as they need to be. Our lack of confidence effects how we play, how we lead and how we carry ourselves. In this episode the guys share four ways to develop more confident players.
In this episode TJ and Adam are joined by Kyle McVey, Athletic Director from Schaumberg Christian Academy to discuss the role of the Athletic Director, how to excel in that role and how to manage the AD/Coach relationship if you’re both an AD or a coach.
We live in a world where many people have their hands involved in numerous ventures and working towards having multiple streams of income. In the coaching community, oftentimes their coaching is their “side hustle” while they hold down a full-time job. How can you pour into your side hustle in a healthy way without letting it interfere with your full-time role.
Inspired by a recent blog from Hustler Kyle Elmendorf, TJ & Adam discuss the dynamics of yelling as a coach and talk through if it’s a necessary tool to coaching, when it’s appropriate and how to assess it’s effectiveness.
PGC Basketball’s Brittany Hardy experiences some unfortunate “judgments” as she went through her recruiting process to play College Basketball. In this episode we talk about those judgments, why they occurred and how to overcome them and create an environment where they don’t occur in the future.
Rick Torbett is one of the greatest offensive basketball minds in the country and Founder of Better Basketball. In this episode we dig into the mind of Rick Torbett to get his opinion on the state of the offensive game. Talking all things offense, you will love this episode.