Best Basketball Coaching videos

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If you are Basketball Coach, probably you already know that you cannot improve your game if you not improve your Basketball knowledge on daily basis.

Most of Basketball Coaches around the World, doesn’t matter on what level they are coaching, learn from watching live games, reading books, but probably the best and the most interesting way is watching Basketball Coaching videos.

Watching videos you are able to stop, pause, rewind, at any time, write some notes…

At the same time, Basketball Players might be also interested in watching these videos and find the way to improve their game. They may find a lot of good drills for individual improvement, advices as well.

In cooperation with BasketballCoach and ChampionshipProduction we would like to present you some of the best Basketball coaching videos:

One of the best of all time, at the same time one of the best seller is “All Access Duke Basketball Practice: National Championship Season (2009-10)” with legendary Coach K, Mike Krzyzewski.

BD-03645-All-Access-Duke-Basketball-Practice-National-Championship-Season-2009-10-503In this fantastic 5-disc DVD set you will get:

– Get more than 30 of Duke’s efficient half- and full-court drills that keep everyone on the team involved and improving with each practice.

– See 13 actions and quick hitters to use against any man defense.

– Learn how to apply Duke’s “self scouting system” to your team meetings.

– Over 10 hours of instruction on 5 discs.

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So, it doesn’t matter if you are Basketball Coach, Player or just Hard core Basketball fan, those videos are for right for you.

Some of Coach K quotes:

“A basketball team is like the five fingers on your hand. If you can get them all together, you have a fist. That’s how I want you to play.”

“I’m fortunate now that I coach at Duke University and we’ve won a lot. I have some kids who haven’t failed that much. But when they get to college, they’re going to fail some time. That’s a thing that I can help them the most with.”

“In high school, in sport, I had a coach who told me I was much better than I thought I was, and would make me do more in a positive sense. He was the first person who taught me not to be afraid of failure.”