Basketball Preseason Meeting Ideas by Rob Collier

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Written by Coach Peterman

I have coached at the NCAA Division 2 (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), NAIA (USAO), and JUCO Levels (Blinn College and Carl Albert State College) as well as high school. I just felt that fellow coaches especially young coaches need to constantly work on their “game”. Just like the basketball players that we coach. We as coaches need to improve ourselves. That is my story and why I do this blog.

November 12, 2016

Basketball Preseason Meeting Ideas by Rob Collier

Soon coaches will need to make decisions on their rosters and hold meetings to discuss roles with their players and parents. Below are two basketball preseason meeting documents,  I have used in these meetings to communicate how players can earn increased roles and what I may not be seeing out of a players that is impacting their playing time.

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Basketball Preseason Meeting: Clearview Basketball Bottom Line

● Do you represent us positively at all times?
● Do you make us a better team when you are in? Do you make your teammates better?
● Do you know all of our systems and your assignments?
● Is OUR success more important than your success? Are you a GREAT teammate?
● Can I trust you when it matters most?

Playing time is determined by the above questions. Any questions where the answer is NO, will impact how much or if you play.

What YOU can do to help Clearview Basketball be Successful…

● Be Dependable
● Show up everyday to work hard and improve
● Hold yourself RESPONSIBLE for your actions off the court, and your performance on the court
● COMMUNICATE effectively with coaches and teammates
● Take PRIDE in being a member of the Clearview Basketball Program
● Trust your coaches and make every effort to do the things they are asking you to do
● Understand and accept your role in our program
● Prepare yourself to increase your role in our program
● Develop habits that will help you succeed in basketball and in the classroom
● Carry yourself with class, respect and dignity at all times, realizing that you represent yourself, your teammates, your coaches, your school and your family
● Be accountable for your mistakes and be willing to correct them
● Play the game and practice with passion and an undeniable effort
● Develop a sense of CARING about your teammates and our performance, that will help you make sacrifices to benefit your team and yourself
● Remember that you are one part of a strong FIST: you can bring us together, or pull us apart

Click on the pdf link to download the Basketball Preseason Meeting Ideas:

Basketball Preseason Meeting Ideas by Rob Collier

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