Instant Review Basketball Notebook, Vol. 2: 1991 by Bob Murrey
By Bob Murrey
Positive factors lectures through Jim Calhoun, Lou Carnesecca, Don Casey, Eddie Fogler, Pete Gillen, Danny Nee, Rene Portland, Roy Williams and so on.
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This causes more fouls. We want the knees bent, heel to toe, and one hand traces the ball with the up hand. Our feet are stable. We do not want the weight on the balls of the feet. We want the weight evenly distributed so that you can go forward or backward with the same degree of quickness. If you think about the game most of the time, you play it moving backwards. But on closeouts you are moving forward. Closeouts are becoming more of a factor as the 3-point shot develops. Contest every shot.
As the ball moves down the floor, the defense must control the ball while denying any pass to the low post, high post or the weakside post. Remember, we don't have a man-man assignment in this random recovery. We must stop the offensive penetration and then we can find our man if the opportunity presents itself. Page 27 Steve Brennan The Psychology of Bench Coaching Let me ask you some questions. During a game, do you ever find your team losing momentum, or never establishing momentum? What about tempo?
We get graded on our win/loss percentage and forget that this is really our job. The job of college coaches is to make sure the athletes get the education that we gave them the scholarship for in the first place. Fun, fulfillment, and feeling. As you coach your players, the one thing I want them to do is to feel good, and they get that feeling when they do their best. This is where Bob Knight excels. He is the best at getting what that person has out of him. At SMU, the first few years I was 13 -41.