Adam and TJ speak to one of the most pressing situations many coaches face; going all in on winning now or doing whatever it takes to build a solid foundation for future success if winning now is not feasible. As a coach, you are sure to face a situation like this throughout your career. Don’t miss this important discussion as we try to help guide coaches through this process.
Archives for April 2019
Adam and TJ sit down for another fun NBA episode covering different topics surrounding the NBA including, are the NBA tribute videos getting out of hand? Who is the most ready to take down Golden State? They also share their opinion on Magic Johnson stepping away from the Lakers in the way that he did, and how the NBA is connecting with basketball fans through the recent addition of tribute jerseys. We hope you enjoy this episode and as always, we appreciate you listening!
Today we dive into a discussion involving one of the most popular websites for coaches, HoopDirt.com, a great resource for the latest updates on all things coaching. During the episode Adam asks if sites like this that revolve around coaching changes feed into the constant coaching turnover that we see in today’s college basketball world. We would love for you to share your thoughts back with us on Twitter @Hardwood_Hustle!
In the recent men’s NCAA Final Four, all four participating teams ran a man to man defense for over 90% of possessions. This stat lead co-host TJ Rosene and assistant coach Graham Maxwell to discuss the strategies behind using one or many styles of defense, as well as how to think through this decision making process.
It’s the end of the basketball season. As teams experience the highs of championships and the lows of tough defeats, the coaching carousel begins to turn. Are you looking for a new job? Are you happy and content to make your current job your dream job? We cover these topics and much more!
TJ Rosene is joined by assistant coach Graham Maxwell to discuss the impact of the college basketball transfer rate on high school basketball. With transfer lists now becoming available at the high school level, this topic is something almost every coach may be impacted by going forward.