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Flow your Offense by Zach Weir

By Coach Peterman | March 1, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Today’s game of basketball is one of free-flowing that has a seamless transition from each phase of the game to the next. Every coach works tirelessly to get his team to be able to get out and run. Teams that can play at a certain pace and take the first best shot while being efficient […]

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Carolina Secondary Break vs Duke by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | February 25, 2019 | 0 Comments
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The best rivalry in sports is back! Two of the college basketball’s most storied programs, Duke v Carolina (round 1) tipped off on Wednesday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The game was well-hyped as Duke, with all of its young talents, came into the game ranked #1 and North Carolina ranked #8. However, the game […]

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Hammer Action by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | February 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
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One of the most popular late game actions run by teams is the Hammer action. It has become prevalent amongst many NBA teams and is run across all of Europe. It is probably most associated with the San Antonio Spurs. Hammer action is a simple action. Teams have become very creative in finding ways to […]

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NBA Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr Podcast by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | February 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
NBA Golden State Warriors Steve Kerr

One of my favorite podcasts to listen to is Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais. He has some amazing guests from a wide variety of fields- from business to sport to military and more. Every one of his podcasts that I have listened to I have thoroughly enjoyed and has been able to take away […]

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Scoring Actions by Drake Cogan

By Coach Peterman | January 24, 2019 | 0 Comments
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At any level of basketball, there are great advantages that come from instead of expanding the playbook, growing an offense that consists of 3 or 4 players who all have a wide variety of off-ball scoring actions. Even the most average playmaker, if given a spaced floor paired with screens both on and off the […]

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Ed Cooley Providence ATO Play by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | January 20, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Ed Cooley is one of college basketball’s most underrated x and o coaches. His skill for drawing up after timeout sets was on full display this past weekend against a very good Marquette team. With 10.3 seconds left in the half and up 8, Providence had the ball underneath their own hoop and needed to […]

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The Basketball Coaching Library “ribbon-cutting” is finally here!

By Coach Peterman | January 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

This is something we have been working towards for a looooong time. In fact, this project started 3 years ago.   Our first version had some good points and some that were a little clunky. Even though plenty of coaches saw it for the great resource it was, we knew it lacked a little something. […]

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Win The Post by Drake Cogan

By Coach Peterman | December 31, 2018 | 0 Comments
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  In the modern age of basketball, with the amount of three’s we see go up from night to night. One thing that is often barely even brushed upon is how important scoring the ball 5 feet and in can be. Being with the two solid ways, layups created various ways which you may hear […]

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What is Wrong with the Warriors? by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | December 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
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7:51 left in the 3rd quarter- Lakers 71- Warriors 57. Lebron James gets injured and leaves the game. No Lebron? No problem for the Warriors who looked lackadaisical and trailed the whole game. The response to James leaving…an immediate 19-7 run by the Warriors to cut the score to 78-76 Lakers with 2:48 left in […]

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Team Chemistry: Being a good teamate by Chris Filios

By Coach Peterman | December 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
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  Earlier this year, a Golden State Warrior broke another record. Klay Thompson who had been in struggling to make shots so far this year, set a new NBA single-game record with 14 3-pointers en route to 52 points. And whose record did he break? His teammate, Steph Curry. Curry previously held the record with 13 3’s. […]

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