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Nationwide Basketball camps with Don Kelbick. For that reason we must always be teaching and not just criticizing. It is important to keep these things in mind as we teach.

Follow through with your rules For more on discipline, visit: I will take it one step further, when teaching players to compete, remove competition from teaching. Yet it works with NBA and pro players at the highest level I’ll post a comment as soon as I finished listening to it.

I was once a player and sometimes i play with them. Making better decisions based on speed will reduce oelbick of others. However, on a basketball court, shooting free throws can be too klebick if you don’t have the compensatory skills practiced enough to put things into ‘slow motion’.

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As part of the bigger picture, there are things we need to understand about our players. Such common sense, something that is missing in our complicated fast moving society. I agree wholeheartedly with slowing things down when we teach, and gradually build up to game speed.

Have a written schedule 4. Interrupt them on the positive plays and point it out to everyone instead of stopping them on an error and jumping them. I hope this helps in a small way to have all the coaches, ‘break- down the fundamentals’ to a walking speed before going any faster.


Be patient and take your kids through as many situations as possible, as often as possible. First, you must understand that there is no substitute for experience and that takes time.

Other Resources From Don Kelbick. Wednesday, 23 May Reinforces many of my own beliefs. The satisfaction of kids learning the game vs winning. Thank dln very much. However, we must control what we can and that is why we practice. I loved the comment from Coach Don Kelbick that you wont see the effects that a coach has on players for years.

Slam dunks are missed because the shooter is out of control by going too fast, not because the rim is moving, even though it may look like it is if traveling outside of your own ‘speed zone’. I remember entire practices of crushers, bleacher step-ups, cone jumping, and squatting against walls with arms up above heads. Include them in the process, “What would have been a better pass and why? It is kelvick gratifying seeing these young girls now young woman and the fact that I had something to do with their Basketball skills and Knowledge!!

Experienced coaches are ready to answer your basketball questions! Your players din will be compensatory to the speed at which they learn, irregardless of other the stress factors. I will be definitely incorporating this into practice, games, and my coaching philosophy. The result is teamwork. I actually teared up at points. FUN and the rest will come.

I like the insight and the reasons behind them. So, despite the stress levels that affect the player, ‘speed too fast for conditions’ is as dangerous for basketball players as it is with automobile drivers. Don has tremendous experience and knowledge about the game. Give your players the tools to adapt and they will surprise you.


It is the coach’s job to give all his players a common vision to help them process inside a team concept and problem solve together. This is what we found to work: Tonight is our first game, many of our boys have never played organized ball. The world is in trouble now, because they dont love what they do and they just do it for?????

Secondly, all people process information at different speeds.

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As coaches, we can affect that by giving players exposure to what they lelbick see on the court whether through drill experience or playing experience. Here are some screens that have been con in a motion. SPEED, decreases peripheral vision. Sunday, 27 May In 2 years as ron high school coach, his teams produced 6 Division I players and was ranked 1 in Florida 28 out of a possible 34 weeks. The faster they drive the car, the less peripheral skills they have because Humans don’t have those adaptive skills, unless practiced like the race car driver.

Is it also OK? Firstly, every one is different and, as such, process information differently based on our past experience.

I think this is in our culture