14 Points to being a Key Parent

by Joe Wootten Tell you Child every time you watch them play, "I loved watching you play today!" Please think about how that would make you feel!  I know that would make anyone feel great! Do not soften the blow for your child after a loss:  If they lose teach them to not make excuses,... Continue Reading →

Getting around in VA

So, after a week of being in Virginia and trying to figure out the transportation system to allow me to get to and back from work, I think I may have finally figured out my commuting schedule for now. I am currently staying in Stafford, courtesy of some very nice folks. However, Stafford is slightly out... Continue Reading →

When are you done?!

"When you know it all, then you are done."Not quite sure who said the  above, but they would be spot on. I've been coaching basketball for a while now, and I got to a stage where I began to think that I know what I'm doing and that I can't fail. The best thing happened... Continue Reading →

To V-Cut or Not to V-Cut

For years, it’s been drilled into us that we should v-cut to get away from the defense and receive the basketball. Almost every player executes this move in one of three spots; the two wings and the top of the key. As a coach, this move doesn’t do anything for us or our program. We... Continue Reading →

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