In another NBA shoot-a-round episode Adam and TJ share their thoughts on some of the popular story-lines from the recent NBA draft. From Markelle Fultz going first overall, Lonzo Ball to the Lakers, and Minnesota’s trade for Jimmy Butler, the 2017 draft did not disappoint.
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One of the great things about sport is that most teams and players refer to each other as a family. In today’s player episode we examine these relationships and challenge players to assess the relationships they have with their teammates. Real, true friendships take work, and we hope today’s episode encourages players to be intentional about these friendships.
Whether you have more introverted or extroverted tendencies, this episode is for you. We share how you can use introverted qualities to connect with your team and players, as well as share how you can balance different situations as a coach no matter what personality style describes you. Enjoy this edition of the Hardwood Hustle!
From 10:30pm EST NBA tip-offs to the potential popularity of 3 on 3 basketball, we share another fun NBA shoot-a-round episode for you Hustlers. Do you have as much of an issue with NBA start times as Adam? Do you agree with TJ that 3 on 3 won’t be as popular as people think? Listen and let us know!
2017 was one of the most watched NBA Draft’s in recent history, and in today’s player episode we shared things all players could take away and learn from this draft. From a player with a story like Markelle Fultz to the transformation of Jayson Tatum, this draft has many important lessons for players.
We recently received a question from a coach asking “How can you develop relationships through social media?” and in today’s episode we share our thoughts for coaches. Whether you see the players you work with one to two times a week or multiple times a day, we hope this discussion helps your ability to connect more with your team.
In part two of this week’s interview series with player development coach Sefu Bernard, we dive deep into breaking down how coaches can improve their teams through better practices with enhanced games, drills, and competitions. Sefu’s insight into the game of basketball makes this episode another must-listen. Don’t forget to share with another player or coach if you enjoy this episode!
In today’s player episode we share a powerful quote from Alabama Football coach Nick Saban to challenge players to be their best. As a player, are you doing what it takes to be your best? Do you understand what it takes to do that? Listen and find out, and then share with a teammate!
In part 1 of a 2 part series, we are joined by Washington Mystics coach Sefu Bernard for an incredible interview. Sefu shares his unique and passionate basketball perspective that coaches and players will love. If you love this episode as much as we did, be sure to share it with another player and coach!
In Episode 116 we are joined for a great interview with Dan Shanoff, director of content and programming for Monumental Sports Network in Washington, D.C. Dan shares his interesting insight into high school basketball in a unique and fun episode of the Hardwood Hustle.