In today’s player episode we are joined by professional skills coach Jordan Lawley who shares insightful tips for players to take their game to the next level. Make sure to join Jordan’s huge following on instagram for daily tips and skills breakdowns: @JLAWBBALL
Archives for November 2017
“On BAD teams, no one leads. On AVERAGE teams, coaches lead. On GREAT teams, players lead.” This quote epitomizes the topic of today’s episode where Adam and TJ talk about how you can shift your team from a coach-led team to player-led to truly maximize the potential of your team.
More and more often we hear coaches like Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich sharing their thoughts on current political topics. In this episode Adam and TJ discuss how this can impact the game going forward.
Players hear coaches stress the importance of focusing on a specific task to accomplish a goal. However, sometimes it may be necessary to have more than one priority at a time, and in today’s episode we discuss how players can develop a plan B while they pursue plan A.
Most coaches are role models or even parent figures for their players, and the importance of coaches sticking to their word can not be overstated. Adam and TJ share their thoughts on how coaches can be better at setting an example for the players they lead.
We’re back with another shoot-a-round episode covering some of the early NBA season headlines. We jump into the first half discussing some of the best performers through the first month of the season, and finish the second half discussing some of the parity that’s being seen across the NBA.
We often refer to the quote ‘How you do anything is how you do everything’ and in this player episode we discuss the importance of players being more focused on how they do things rather than what they are doing.
With over 15 million players, parents, and coaches using the TeamSnap sports communication app, creating and managing growth is certainly a specialty of the TeamSnap brand. We believe coaches will take away key leadership principles shared in this episode by Ken McDonald, Vice President of TeamSnap.
At a recent PGC Glazier clinic in Los Angeles Adam and TJ were joined by a state championship winning coaching staff comprised of assistant coach Darryl and head coach Tanisha, who also happen to be father and daughter to each other. They share great perspective on what it’s like to coach with family, which few coaches are actually able to do.
In today’s game almost every team uses the pick and roll as an integral part of their offense, and in this player episode we are joined by Atlanta Hawks Josh Magette who has used his skill in the pick and roll to get to the professional level. Josh shares his mindset behind reading and using the pick and roll to be an effective player at the highest level.