Every off-season, basketball players around the globe set their sights on getting faster and more explosive. They train with strength coaches, perform jump programs, and use all sorts of gadgets like speed ladders, parachutes and cones to gain an extra inch or two on their vertical and improve their first step even by one-tenth of
2nd Annual Mary Kline Classic Sports and Business Symposium Hosted by Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson Health Wednesday, July 31, 2019 10 a.m. | Registration begins11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Program4:30 – 6 p.m. | Reception Dorrance H. Hamilton Building1001 Locust StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19107 Click HERE for registration info. The Mary Kline Classic
HoopDirt.com Guest Blog Honoring the Coach That “Is” My Dad – Brian Barone (Head Basketball Coach SIUE) One of the first memories I have of my dad is when I was staying in a Bradley University dorm with him as he ran basketball camp. I had to be 5 or 6. We were walking outside
It was my dream for as long as I can remember to be a college basketball coach. I saw myself as the head coach of a successful team, a staple of the campus and surrounding community, where everyone smiled and waved to me and called me “Coach.” I didn’t know where it was going to be,
The Lenoir-Rhyne University men’s basketball program will host the inaugural 6th Man Coaches Clinic at Shuford Gymnasium on the campus of Lenoir Rhyne University on Saturday September 14, 2019. The clinic will feature four head coaches focused on different topics revolving around the offensive side of the ball with the topics including transition offense and
In this drill our partner DJ Sackmann demonstrates how to “fake snake” dribble off of a middle pick and roll while using the Dr. Dish CT. Here DJ is simulating the on ball defender going over the top of the ball screen while the screener’s defender showing a soft hedge. Typically to get to
“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
Whether it is team camp or day camp, elite camp or lil dribbler camp, these six tips can help make your camp a success.
Professional Coach Liam Flynn continues through his Drive Kick Clear progression in this Part 3 video in the Dish Lab! Part 1: https://youtu.be/uWDYsU7LPNk Part 2: https://youtu.be/AYM76xyW8k8 Here, Coach Flynn adds in an extra defender and goes through a couple different options on how to attack based on where the help is coming from. Once again,
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.