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The Fundamentals of Transition Defense

Transition defense is something that every basketball team needs to have a good grasp on, and there are some key fundamentals that need to be instilled in your team.This article is written by Vic…Continue

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Free Coaching Clinic Notes & Videos

One of the best ways to improve as a basketball coach is to learn from other great coaches. That is why there are numerous coaching clinics each year, but you may not be able to attend all of them.…Continue

Started Dec 20, 2013

Maintaining & Building Team Chemistry Mid Season

You are not always going to be able to make every player a 100% happy because there are only so many minutes and shots per game. Being able to maintain and build team chemistry throughout the season…Continue

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Non-Traditional Basketball Stats that Impact the Game
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Have you ever really sat down and thought about what the difference is between the teams that win and that lose? Yeah you can look at talent but I have seen plenty of teams with enough talent that…Continue

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Winning Cultures: K-State Assistant Coach Alvin Brooks

As coaches we have the task of trying to build a culture within our program that is going to promote winning, and doing it the right way. There are a lot of different things that go into building this winning culture. This article by Kansas State assistant coach Alvin Brooks is going to explain what goes into winning cultures.  Article: Winning Cultures- BasketballHQ.comSee More
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The Fundamentals of Transition Defense

Transition defense is something that every basketball team needs to have a good grasp on, and there are some key fundamentals that need to be instilled in your team.This article is written by Vic Sfera an assistant men's basketball coach at Northern Arizona University, and it is going to cover the fundamentals of transition defense. Hopefully this article will be able to give you a couple of tips, or at least get you thinking about what will work best for your team!Article: …See More
Jan 20
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Free Coaching Clinic Notes & Videos

One of the best ways to improve as a basketball coach is to learn from other great coaches. That is why there are numerous coaching clinics each year, but you may not be able to attend all of them. So at BasketballHQ.com we have been compiling clinic notes and videos for coaches to learn from and grow. Here is the link to all of our basketball coaching clinic notes and videos. They are all…See More
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Maintaining & Building Team Chemistry Mid Season

You are not always going to be able to make every player a 100% happy because there are only so many minutes and shots per game. Being able to maintain and build team chemistry throughout the season is one of the challenges of being a coach. Here is a really good article written by Coach Steve Smiley of Sheridan College on some different ways that you can help your teams chemistry.Maintaining…See More
Jan 2, 2013
Don Emigholz replied to Basketballhq.com's discussion Non-Traditional Basketball Stats that Impact the Game
"Until teams of any level start to once again using the reverse pivot the game is decided on the recruiting and motivational skills of the coaches. I don't mean to be too rued but what sophisticated stats means with the current state of…"
Dec 31, 2012
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Non-Traditional Basketball Stats that Impact the Game

Have you ever really sat down and thought about what the difference is between the teams that win and that lose? Yeah you can look at talent but I have seen plenty of teams with enough talent that still don't win. There are a lot of teams with enough talent but still continue to fall short. So what does it take to win? Checkout this article by GWU men's basketball assistant coach Kevin Sutton.…See More
Dec 26, 2012
Scott Hamby replied to Basketballhq.com's discussion Developing Your Post Players
"This was a great article and Coach Eaker made some great points. Play in the post has changed from the traditional back to the basket post player. With the prevalence of the 3-pt shot and the use of the ballscreen. Now, Post players are more of…"
Dec 24, 2012
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Developing Your Post Players

Having a dominant post player can really add value to your team. Unfortunately though unless you are really lucky you are most likely going to have to spend time developing your post players because there game lacks in different areas. Here is a really good coaching post play article written by Liberty University assistant Men's Basketball Coach Jason Eaker.[url=http://www.basketballhq.com/coaching-post-play/]Coaching Post Play[/url]See More
Dec 18, 2012
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Best Basketball Coaching Blogs

Looking for some great basketball coaching blogs? Basketball HQ has compiled a list of some of the best basketball coaching blogs out there today. Checkout the article and starting learning from other great coaches today.Best Basketball Coaching BlogsAlso if you are looking for a couple of plays to add to your playbook checkout our hundreds of free basketball plays.…See More
Dec 11, 2012
Basketballhq.com replied to Basketballhq.com's discussion Creating a Toughness Mentality for Your Program
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Creating a Toughness Mentality for Your Program

The article of the week for this week at Basketball HQ has to deal with creating a toughness mentality for your team. Coaches always talk about toughness but what does it actually involve and what are some ways to make your team tougher? Checkout the article written by Campbell Universities assistant men's basketball coach Ryan Ridder.[url=http://www.basketballhq.com/creating-a-toughness-mentality-for-your-program/]Creating a Toughness Mentality for Your Program[/url]See More
Dec 4, 2012
Basketballhq.com replied to Basketballhq.com's discussion BasketballHQ.com Weekly Update
"Basketball HQ offers basketball coaching articles written by various Division 1 coaches as well Division 2 and high school. The goal is to learn from other coaches and better yourself as a basketball coach. This weeks article was written by Ben…"
Nov 29, 2012
Basketballhq.com replied to Basketballhq.com's discussion BasketballHQ.com Weekly Update
"Anytime you can sit down with an experienced basketball coach and pick his/her brain you can learn a lot. However this is not always the easiest thing to do because of schedules and time. This is why coaching clinics are so great because you can sit…"
Nov 20, 2012
Basketballhq.com replied to Basketballhq.com's discussion BasketballHQ.com Weekly Update
"Wisdom comes from personal experience or learning from other experiences. The same goes for coaching basketball. You can either learn through your own failures or success or learn from coaches that have already done it. That is why we have added a…"
Nov 13, 2012
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BasketballHQ.com Weekly Update

For those of you who are not aware of what BasketballHQ.com is we are a basketball site that offers free HD video basketball drills, plays, workouts, and also coaching articles, etc. for all ages and levels of coaches and players. This post is not just going to be an add but is going to try and give you tools that will help you become a better coach on a weekly basis. Here is a great coaching article written by assistant Tenn Tech…See More
Nov 6, 2012

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Winning Cultures: K-State Assistant Coach Alvin Brooks

As coaches we have the task of trying to build a culture within our program that is going to promote winning, and doing it the right way. There are a lot of different things that go into building this winning culture. This article by Kansas State assistant coach Alvin Brooks is going to explain what goes into winning cultures. 



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9 Different Types of Drills to Improve Your Handles

It is important to keep your drills fresh and rotate out the ones that players are getting tired of. The drill needs to be exciting, new, and challenging to the players doing them. You don't want to pick a drill that will over whelm the player but if it is easily mastered then it isn't benefiting them either. I believe that to be a great ball handler you should work on your handles 5 day a week for at least 15-20 minutes a day. This means that you are going to need a lot of different kinds…

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