3 Tiny Little Common Basketball Injuries We All Deal With

common injuries

I decided to create this infographic as I’m currently dealing with all three of these tiny little injuries at the same time.  I think most players can relate to this and if you can please share this on Facebook, Twitter or wherever else you want to. The problem with all of these common injuries is…

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Podcast 8: The Best Parts About Playing Overseas

basketball overseas

In today’s episode I wanted to shed some light on some of the unique differences in playing overseas compared to playing in the states and I mostly want to highlight the positive things. In a future episode I’ll discuss the negative things, but lets start it off on a positive note.  Let me know in…

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4 Point Guard Moves: The Tony Parker Breakdown

point guard moves

Do you like watching Tony Parker play? Who doesn’t? The guy is only 6’2″ and has a plethora of point guard moves that has allowed him to finish in the top 5 for “points in the paint” multiple times. In the 2005-06 season he led the NBA in points in the pain for the majority…

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Podcast 7: The Proper Etiquette Of Calling Fouls In Pickup Basketball

basketball foul calling

Don’t you just hate it when you go to play some pickup at a local gym or outdoor court and you can’t even finish a game because everyone’s arguing the entire time? That happens way too often. Part of the reason that happens is that people don’t know the proper etiquette to calling fouls. I’ve…

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How To Shoot A Fadeaway Jump Shot Like Kobe Bryant

basketball moves for shooting guards

In this post I will teach you how to to shoot a fadeaway jump shot, and more importantly, show you a move that you can steal from Kobe Bryant to get that fadeaway shot off almost every time. Everyone knows it…Kobe studied Jordan. He saw how Jordan would post up and use turnaround fadeaways all…

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Podcast 6: Game-Day Preparation

game day preparation for basketball

In this weeks podcast I share my exact game-day routine. “By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail” -Benjamin Franklin I’m a little superstitious so my game-day preparation is very important to me. But at the same time there are many things that are crucial to performing at your best and doing things can…

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How To: Dribble Jab Step Basketball Move

jab step basketball

The dribble jab step basketball move is an advanced move for advanced players only. But I’m guessing that no matter if you are 8 years old or 21 years old you feel like you are an advanced player. I guess the word advanced is pretty relative. An 8 year old really could be advanced for…

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Podcast 5: How To Get Open And Get The Basketball

how to get open in basketball

In today’s podcast we share 5 tips on how to get open in basketball. Players, have you ever felt like your teammates are not passing you the ball? Well maybe they aren’t, but there could be a very, very good reason for that. You’re not open. Being open to receive a pass is one of…

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The Best Crossover In Basketball To Use Against Pressure

crossover tutorial

Not only am I going to show you the best crossover in basketball to use against pressure in this article, but I’m going to break down exactly how to execute that move so that you don’t struggle the next time someone picks you up full court. It also is a good move because it can…

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Podcast 4: How To Stay Out Of Foul Trouble

foul trouble

I’m not really sure how I feel about podcasting yet. If you think that I should keep it up and you’re enjoying them make sure you let me know by leaving me a 5 star review on Itunes.  I would really appreciate it and it would give me some feedback that I should continue with…

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