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Spain defeated Argentina 75-55 in the gold medal game of the 2019 FIBA World Cup to win its 2nd world cup title. The 2019 FIBA World Cup was a highly competitive one that had a large group of teams with a legitimate shot of winning the title. With the United States fielding a less-talented roster than the […]Read More
A newer defensive concept in basketball called Peel Switching comes from Coach Will Voigt and the Angolan National Team. Coach Voigt discusses this defensive concept on The Basketball Podcast with Chris Oliver. Peel switching is not a common form of rotation on defense in basketball. This unique defensive concept is a way to combat the […]Read More
Basketball Camp: Point Guard Basketball College It is camp season! When I was 17 years old, I attended Point Guard Basketball College at UC Riverside. It was the best basketball camp I would ever go to. At the time, it was run by founder Dick DeVenzio. Dick was a former college basketball player at Duke […]Read More
Basketball camp season is here! It is time for both kids and coaches to develop and sharpen their skills. There are tons of good, quality camps out there. Growing up on the west coast, two of my favorite camps that I attended as a kid were: Snow Valley Basketball Camp and Point Guard Basketball College. […]Read More
Steve Kerr Winner Play Here is 9.6 seconds left on the clock with the ball. Down 1. No Kevin Durant. No Klay Thompson. Season on the line. What is Steve Kerr going to draw up in the timeout to get Steph Curry the ball? There is no question in anyone’s mind that the ball was […]Read More
Most teams would have hung their heads. Most teams would have folded. Most teams would have lost. Most teams are not the Golden State Warriors. After a loss in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the defending champions were looking a 2-0 series deficit to the Toronto Raptors in the face. Kevin Durant hasn’t played […]Read More
The Cleveland Cavaliers have hired University of Michigan Head Coach John Beilein to be their next head coach. The hire stunned many in the basketball community. Here’s why: Beilein has never coached in the NBA. He has spent his entire coaching career at the high school and college level. Additionally, there has not been much […]Read More
The Los Angeles Lakers have hired Coach Frank Vogel as their next head coach. This will be Vogel’s third stop as an NBA head coach, previously leading the Indiana Pacers (2011-16) and the Orlando Magic (2016-18). He replaces Luke Walton who was fired at the end of the regular season. It seemed as though the […]Read More
“Nerdball” is headed north to Pullman, WA. Washington State University hired former USF head coach Kyle Smith as their next head coach. Kyle Smith replaces the recently fired Ernie Kent, who spent the last 5 seasons as the Cougars head coach. It has been a decade since Tony Bennett left the Palouse for the University […]Read More
The Eastern Conference semifinals are set. The top four teams in the East have all advanced and are loaded with talent that can reach The Finals While both semifinals should be exciting basketball, one gives a matchup between a team that many thought would be the best team in the East (Boston), versus the team […]Read More
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Why Stop Developing? Being apart of a Division I college basketball program (Mercer, Belmont, Butler) since 2006 as well as being a National Skill Development Coach for Pure Sweat Basketball (www.puresweatbasketball.com) I feel like I have a unique perspective on player development. For years I have heard coaches and players talk about how the off-season […]
Today’s basketball offenses are on Chris Mooney and the Richmond Princeton Offense. These basketball notes are in great detail. A special thanks to Jimmie Oakman for donating them to us. Click on the pdf link to download the basketball plays for your basketball playbooks: Chris Mooney Richmond Princeton Offense by Jimmie Oakman
Dribble Drive Attack Offense | Attack 123 by Al Cuevas We run a version of Vance Walberg’s Dribble Drive Attack Offense and love the spacing and scoring opportunities it provides for our team. I spent time watching Walberg’s practices at Pepperdine and talking to him in 2007 and was able to learn a lot from […]
Basketball Coaching | Top Basketball Plays from University of Texas | Rick Barnes Texas Double 45 Cross Set Play | David Preheim
Basketball Coaching is about running your set plays extremely well this time of year. People will scout you extremely well so you have to have a new wrinkle or two. David Preheim is one of the best in the basketball coaching contributors that we have. He will show a new wrinkle on getting the ball […]
4-Out 1-In Attack & React: Transition and Zone Offense Discover how to use the Attack & React Offense to take on any zone defense using the use the dribble, ball screen, dribble at, and more Learn how to use the Attack & React Offense as a press breaker to create scoring advantages in the […]