Update: Last night was awesome. If you missed it, you can scroll through the live chat here or remember you can add to the conversation 24/7 by using the #rrtribe hashtag. Thanks to all that participated – I’ll be posting a brief recap of the chat on the Tribe later today (actually, I’ve been having some trouble embedding tweets so I’m not sure when the recap will be up).

Tonight (August 6) at 8 pm Eastern time, the Tribe will have it’s first official Twitter chat.

Follow this link to experience the live chat. Even if you don’t have a Twitter account, you can follow along. Officially starts at 8ET.

Hopefully this will be the first of many Twitter chats to come. This Monday’s topic will be pre-season prep with the Read & React Offense so get your questions, comments, and resources ready (as long as they’re under 140 characters) and join us.

By the way, the #rrtribe hashtag is alive so go ahead and use it in any Read & React related tweets to help us get the word out. And, if you have any questions, tweet us @BtrBasketball or leave a comment at the bottom of this post.

What’s a Twitter chat? Read below and watch the short video to find out.

Why #rrtibe?

#rrtribe will be a real-time, 24/7 discussion available to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Read & React Offense. You may share resources, ask and answer questions, or simply connect with other interesting people that have a passion for the Read & React.

The best part about #rrtribe? Whether you are a college coach or a youth coach, whether you’ve run the Read & React since the beginning or you’re looking to put it in for the first time, you’ll have an outlet to connect, collaborate, and discuss ways to improve your knowledge of the Read & React anywhere, anytime.

How can I participate?

Participating is simple – all you need to do is use #rrtibe anywhere in your tweet. Whether you mention, reply, or have your own thoughts on a subject relating to Read & React, all you need to do is use #rrtribe and your tweet will show in our stream!

How do I find #rrtribe?

To view every tweet having to do with #rrtribe, all you have to do is search for #rrtribe. From there you may reply, retweet, or favorite anyone who has posted to the #rrtibe stream. Here’s a video to show you the basics of participating in a #rrtribe discussion.

Thanks to @Cassella_ for the idea, for the video, and really for making this happen.

3 Responses

  1. hashtags will also work on Google+.

    You can organize coaches into “circles”, direct comments/posts to ONLY other coaches, and hold video hangouts.

    I would love to see some coaches on G+. I can be found at +Craig Santos

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