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Camp Sucks

“Camp sucks.” Or at least that’s what I’ve heard a handful of times lately. Look, I’ve been there, and I get it.  Running a camp is hard.  Even if you have a large staff of coaches plenty of support, there’s a lot to juggle.   You need trainers available, coolers full, and concession stand stocked. You

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First 30 Days

Whether this is a first-time job or you’ve been “in the game” for a long while, these situations always provide new challenges, bumps in the road and nearly guaranteed stress. How you choose to manage that stress is up to you; after all, you control your program, your decisions, and your environment.

Pivot Analysis: Going beyond the box score

Tracking individual stats and box scores has been a standard method of basketball analysis across most organized levels of play. However, that doesn’t always provide the whole picture. As basketball analytical methods and technology have developed, so has the use of more advanced statistical metrics. The tracking of lineup performance and on court player impact

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