BasketballHQ Weekly Update
November 06, 2012 12:35PM
For those of you who are not aware of what is we are a basketball site that offers free HD video basketball drills, plays, workouts, and also coaching articles, etc. for all ages and levels of coaches and players. This post is not just going to be an add but is going to try and give you tools that will help you become a better coach.

Here is a great coaching article written by assistant Tenn Tech basketball coach Russ Willemsen: Intensity in Practice

Good luck to all the coaches as the season is starting!
Re: Weekly Update
November 13, 2012 01:14PM
Wisdom comes from personal experience or learning from other experiences. The same goes for coaching basketball. You can either learn through your own failures or success or learn from coaches that have already done it. That is why we have added a coaching clinic notes section to BHQ

Basketball Coaching Clinic Notes

Right now we have notes from Kevin Eastman and Brendan Suhr but we will be adding more shortly.
Re: Weekly Update
November 20, 2012 02:16PM
Basketball HQ has mad a commitment to our users to constantly add new materiel to our site. That is why we are releasing a brand new play, drill, workout, or coaching article every single day. To see recently added material checkout our "NEW" tab.
Re: Weekly Update
November 29, 2012 03:42PM
Basketball HQ offers basketball coaching articles written by various Division 1 coaches as well Division 2 and high school. The goal is to learn from other coaches and better yourself as a basketball coach. This weeks article was written by Ben Thompson an assistant coach at UNC Pembroke. The article is titled "Foundations of Team Defense" and it talks about the 7 foundations that every good defense needs. I want to invite you to checkout this free article along with the rest of our free basketball coaching articles.

Foundations of Team Defense

Basketball Coaching Articles

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