“Winning is not a sometime thing; it’s an all the time thing. You don’t do things right once in a while; you do them right all of the time. Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.” —Vince Lombardi Vince Lombardi might not have coached hoops, but his thoughts on developing winning habits still ring
This past summer, while recruiting a D1 transfer student, Coach Jeff Curtis had an ace up his sleeve. Curtis cut his teeth as an assistant coach under the player’s dad before taking the reins of the Northwood women’s basketball team, which helps explain how he was able to get an audience with such a coveted
Encourage Player-Player Communication Schools all across the country have different rules and regulations limiting the contact of head/assistant coaches to their players during the off-season, but this does not limit the interactions players can have with each other. Building a successful team in every sport requires players to communicate on and off the floor. The
Coach Mason and Dr. Dish Basketball are back at it again with yet another great Skill Builder workout to utilize this off-season! In this Skill Builder workout, Coach Mason demonstrates a double move shooting progression within a 5-Star pattern. He combines the shooting drills with free throws in between to simulate game fatigue. Check out
“Analytics help confirm or deny what we’re seeing,” says University of Pikeville men’s basketball coach Kelly Wells. Though he considers himself to be a “big instinct guy,” Wells relies heavily on analytics, which his staff generates by manually statting practices and games — a time-consuming process that Wells describes as “miserable.” But the days
The Mary Kline Classic will be presenting the inaugural Sports and Business Symposium in partnership with the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and Thomas Jefferson University. The symposium will bring together some of the most successful executives in sports to share their story, how they’ve built their empire, their struggles along the way, and what goes
TOG is excited to announce Pro Scout School is back for another year in Las Vegas. Pro Scout School is a one of a kind event that is a must-attend for anyone interested in Scouting, Player Personnel, Coaching and Basketball Operations. Last years event was a record-setting sell-out and this year will be even better.
hy are we here again? Well, besides LeBron, Steph, KD, Klay, Dray, and CP3’s hammy, why are we here again? How did Golden State and Cleveland both prevail, each in a thrilling seven-game series – the first time we’ve seen both conference finals go seven games since 1979? I’m glad you asked. Let’s dive in.
At Dr. Dish Basketball, we pride ourselves on creating new and improved videos and content every week. But this week we wanted to share a throwback shooting drill from our friend Coach Ed Andrist. We also pride ourselves on providing the most user-friendly and versatile machines on the market. In this drill, Coach Andrist shows
Dr. Dish Basketball was fortunate to be joined by Former NBA Player, Greg Stiemsma, in the Dish Lab to demonstrate a few concepts and basketball drills that he learned while playing Division 1 basketball and in the NBA. In this series, Greg demonstrates 3 different reads that result in a Pick and Pop action after