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Drill of the Week

In this Dr. Dish Drill of the week, Coach Tony Miller demonstrates a great team basketball shooting drill to challenge and encourage competition called Level Up Shooting. Check out the full breakdown below!  It can sometimes be a challenge to keep shooting drills competitive during workouts with a single player. Something I’ve found to work

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Drill of the Week

Our good friend and NBA Shooting Coach John Townsend demonstrates a great warm up shooting progression consisting of 4 drills to work on players’ balance and shooting form. Check out the full breakdown in the video below! Warm up progression Unders: This drill has players starting with their hand under the basketball. When players start with

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Hoop Insights: Michigan’s High-Powered Offense

by Tony Perotti The Michigan Wolverines are off to a 7-0 start, riding a blistering hot offense. All-American candidate Naz Hillmon is leading the way, averaging 24.9 PPG, and Leigha Brown is right behind her at 19.4 PPG. As a team, Michigan is scoring 87.9 PPG which is good for tenth in the NCAA. The

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Drill of the Week

Our partner and elite skills trainer Ryan Razooky demonstrates a great drill to create space from defenders called Fly By’s. Check out the full breakdown in the video below! Fly By’s The drill starts off with the player behind the 3 point line. Then the player will pump fake the ball hard to get the defense

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Hoop Insights: The Importance of the Self-Scout

by Tony Perotti South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley is keeping a diary this season and sharing her thoughts publicly. After the Gamecocks’ loss to North Carolina State on December 3rd, Coach Staley stated the coaches were “going back to the drawing board.” Coaches term this as a self-scout. Here are a few thoughts that

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Arkansas’s Early-Season Efficiency

The University of Arkansas Razorbacks are one of the few teams that have gotten off to a great start considering all of the turmoil surrounding this unusual season. Mike Neighbors’s Razorbacks are 7-1 and have played the most games of any team ranked in the Top 25. Statistically speaking, the Hogs are in rhythm, scoring 93.3 points per game while competing against two top-15 teams.