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Next Play Mentality

Posted on January 12, 2021 by Matt Lehmann You made a mistake in a game, what is your next reaction as a player? Do you hang your head, jog back to the other end, complain to the ref, or show frustration (palms to the ceiling, punch the air)? One of the hardest things for any athlete is to move forward...

Going into Your First Year as a Head Coach, in 2020

Michael Powers - Head Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, Seneca East High School December 18th, 2020 What’s it like stepping into your first head coaching job? For me, it started with the excitement. I’ve always know that I’ve wanted to become a head coach someday. When I got the phone call informing me that the position was mine, I...

Hope College

Tyler Haldeman - 12/14/2020 Hope College, Holland Michigan. A Division III MIAA Championship Factory. Truly a program that built itself through hard work, repetition, and countless reps on The Gun!  Their collective championship speaks for itself – Since the year 2000 the women’s program has produced 12 outright MIAA Championships and 4 Co-Championships. The men’s Program has...

Keys to Finishing

Posted on December 10, 2020 by Drew Slone In the game of basketball as players, we want to be efficient around the basket. The closer we are to the basket the higher percentage the shot. Competitive games are often won or lost by how well a team converts layups and finishes. Here are 4 keys to finishing around the rim:1. Eyes...

Understanding Your Role: “Do Your Job”

Posted on November 20, 2020 by Matt Lehmann How would you define your role on your team? Are you the primary ball handler, spot up shooter, lock down defender, hustle player, or the team leader? Everyone has a role that is extremely valuable in the success of their team. Once you figure out what that role is, it is your...

Ask Yourself Why?

“I think the biggest thing for young players now is to ask, “why”?”- Kobe Bryant  This was Kobe’s answer when he was asked about air-balling four shots in a row during overtime in a playoff game. He explained that he asked himself why he air-balled those four shots. The answer to his “why” was “my legs were...