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Inbound Plays For Youth Basketball - 6 Easy Sets

Best Inbound Play for Youth Basketball Inbound play in basketball are very important for any team who wants to play a serious and competitive basketball. Inbound plays can be quick hitters in basketball games, or they can be a bit longer actions made to put your players in a good position to score the ball. There is always a dilemma when we talk about youth basketball plays overall, not just the inbound plays: Is it better to let them run free or should we

Posted by Viktor Sadikovic on Nov 11, 2019

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Great basketball quotes made by the Basketball God's - Part 1

Great basketball quotes are a thing that can guide each and every basketball person on his journey to greatness. And this is not just for basketball, but life. Those people are successful and they are kind to tell us how they did it, what was their thinking on their climb and how they maintained the quality and quantity needed to stay on top. The goal of the quotes that we are going to write here is to inspire us to work hard on our goals. Every time I seek for an advice, or I have a d

Posted by Viktor Sadikovic on Nov 11, 2019

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Read & React Offense Guide

Read & React Offense The Read & React Offense was developed by Coach Rick Torbett. He created an offense made up of many layers based around players being able to read the action of their teammates and react accordingly. It is a system of two-player reads that ties into a seamless five-player offense. The Read & React is simple enough it can be mastered after constant repetition which is the key to success with this offense. After mastering the

Posted by Coach Chris on Nov 09, 2019

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2-3 Zone Defense Guide

A zone defense can be exactly what a team needs to neutralize their opponent. Changing from a man-to-man defense to zone means players focus on guarding a specific area of the court rather than a specific player. The goal of a zone defense is to disrupt the offense and force them out of their game plan. Some teams may play a zone defense the entire game while others may implement it for a single possession to cause chaos on the defensive end. A 2-3 Zone Defense involves two players at

Posted by Coach Chris on Nov 09, 2019

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Basketball Basics - Great for the Beginner to Basketball

Basketball Basics The game of basketball was invented by Dr. James Naismith during the winter of 1891 when he was trying to keep his physical education students in shape. Naismith wanted to create a fun, competitive indoor activity and the game of basketball was formed when he wrote the basic rules and nailed peach baskets 10-feet high in the air. Original Basketball Rules The following were Naismith’s original rules for the game of basketball: The ba

Posted by Coach Chris on Nov 07, 2019

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