Start the Year on Track
When the season is in full swing we begin to neglect our own leadership. Set your routines early on and have your best season yet!
TJ Rosene Emmanuel College Practice 3
Watch TJ Rosene as he leads practice number 3 with his Emmanuel College team.
Maximize Dead Ball Time
Dead ball time is a great opportunity to help your players develop their leadership skills.
Rick Torbett Interview
Focusing on Player Development Rick shares coaching essentials for skill development and helping players grow their basketball IQ.
Wing 5 D
Integration of 5 key things a wing player will have to defend.
Selfish Screens To Score
Why should players screen and how?
Pain Point Series – Paint Touches
One way to create quality inside-out looks for your team is to encourage paint touches via the drive. TJ Rosene shares a player development tip to solve this pain point and why working on the first step isn’t always enough.
What role does fear play in your program?
In this full timeout video TJ provides a simple tip to implement when fear creeps in.
Middle School First Practice
Watch Mano Watsa as he leads the pre-practice huddle and practice with his high school JV team.
Winning Inbounds Underneath
Identify two to three things that you think could shift inbounds underneath in your favor on both sides of the ball. Double-check that these things fit your system and reinforce your offensive and defensive principles.
Ronald Nored Interview
Hear Ronald dive into cultivating Leadership and developing players
LockLeft Half Court Timed Test
A supplement to the LockLeft Master Class. This is the Half Court timed test that Tyler shared during the session.
Screen and Separate
Getting gamelike shooting reps for your screeners.
Incorporate the teaching of good and quick footwork into closeouts.
The Best Way to Start Your 1 on 1 Move
PGC Director, Marke Freeman breaks down how to become more effective at getting to the rim.
Master Ball Screens Like Kyrie Irving
Teaching players how to come off ball screens.
High School Team Practice
Watch Nick Gast as he leads practice with his High School team.
LockLeft 3v3 Rebounding
Hand and palms up trick for a clever defender.
Read Ball Screens Like James Harden
Read ball screens like the pros.
Teaching Defensive Angles
It’s a simple fact. If you (and your teammates) take better shots in games, you’ll win more games next season. Listen in as PGC Director Chad Songy breaks down the difference between a good shot and a great one. Drop a note in the comments and let us know what shot is your go-to “7” on the shot selection scale.