The last couple of weeks of work in my role as Technical Director at Charleston Academy have focused on our coaching and how it can be better.
The level of your players should influence the type of feedback you give them in terms of whether you go more positive or more negative.
While you may not actually care about something someone says to you, for the sake of the relationship - and possible learning - you shouldn't ever say that.
Whose ball is it? This is a question which should be answered before your team steps out on the court through understanding basic principles of seam responsibility.
As much as we may wish it otherwise, players (and teams) don't always play at one consistent level. They have a distribution of performances. This has implications for our coaching.
There's a certain paradox in how we tell non-starters they need to improve to play while we expect our non-starters to keep getting better. How do we deal with it?
This game, also known as Brazilian 2-ball, is a great warm-up that gets players moving and competing while also working on communication and strategy.
There are some top level questions a coaching staff needs to discuss before a new season to ensure everyone is on the same page.