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Hubie Brown: Leadership, Practice Planning and Game Management
Leadership and organization are needed for teaching the game of basketball at all levels. Hall of Fame coach Hubie Brown has seen and done it all throughout an outstanding career in the game. He has even taught college classes on how to build a coaching philosophy and how to put that philosophy into action. The 1978 and 2004 NBA Coach of the Year, Brown presents his best ideas gained from his experience as a coach and television analyst. Presented in a lecture-style clinic, Coach Brown offers coaches insight on everything from leadership to practice planning, and much more.
Leadership and Organization
Coach Brown begins by describing the characteristics of great leadership. He talks about how to enhance your players’ learning experience and shares his ideas about establishing rules within your program. There’s even a dose of reality when Coach Brown shares the five dangers to avoid not just in coaching but in life.
Since the court is an extension of the classroom, Coach Brown believes players must effectively learn on the floor. In order to learn, coaches must always be prepared just like a teacher in the classroom. Strong organizational skills allow coaches to accomplish their tasks every day.
Coach Brown gives you some ideas about how to develop practice plans to prepare players to win. Practices should progress a certain way and coaches should manage the time throughout the practice. You will see what types of drills Brown recommends for concepts like defense, fast breaks, shooting, and special situations. Coach Brown shows you the six shooting drills he used throughout his years of coaching.
One of the lost arts is how to manage a game and make the right decision in crucial situations. Coach Brown shows you how to improve the efficiency of your time outs and what you need to know to call plays for late-game situations. He also shares some thoughts on winning with teams that are consistently outmatched. Finally, Coach Brown shows you how to get the most from your defense by focusing on three key stats.
This is an excellent video for coaches in need of refining their coaching philosophy. Coach Brown offers up some of the best practices from his years of experience in the game.