Quote/Thought of the Week


2019 Fall Coaches Clinic

Pre-registration is over, but it’s not too late to sign up to come to this year’s Fall Coaches Clinic! It’s set for September 27–28, and this year, both sessions will be held at Bloomington High School South.

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Coaches Insider Drills and Videos

Motion Offense Switch Cut with Bob Huggins – West Virginia Univ.

Watch as Coach Bob Huggins explains, and players demonstrate this switch cut drill. The switch cut is utilized when the defense is switching all screens. After setting a screen and when the defense switches, the screener rolls off his teammate to the bucket.

Transition Rim Runner Drill with Andy Bronkema – Ferris State Univ.

Watch as Coach Andy Bronkema explains, and players demonstrate this rim runner transition drill. The 2 and 3 run the wings and run to the corners. Either the 4 or 5 runs to the rim and the second one trails. The ball handler needs to be on one side of the floor and move the ball with an over the half court pass.

The Biggest Mistake You Can Make This School Year

Tap or click the image below to read this article by Pete Jacobson.

Dr. Dish Drill of the Week

Duke Transition Post Elbow Read

In this drill, Coach Sam Miller of Duke Women’s Basketball, demonstrates a great drill using the Dish away from the basket. Click or tap the button below to see this drill that simulates a transition pass where the ball has been advanced to the wing.

A Message from Coach Thompson

Thank your Spouse

“When was the last time you told your spouse, “Thank you,” for all that he/she does to support you as a coach? We so often forget to thank those who are our biggest supporters. With the season quickly approaching and fall workouts underway, it is easy to get into “coach mode” and forget just how much our spouses do for us and how much they pick up the slack with our families when we are not around.

I know that recently my wife was talking about how nice it would be to go somewhere over Christmas break, but we cannot do that because we are a basketball family. Each and every season is going to bring ups and downs and our family makes tons of sacrifices for us to be able to do what we love doing. 

1 Thessalonians 5:18 (NIV) – “Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”

While we are commanded to give thanks and praise to the Lord, don’t forget that without the support of your spouse you wouldn’t be able to do what you do. Gifts and recognition on social media are great, but never underestimate the continued power of a simple “Thank you!”

FCA Message from Jason Brand & Billy Holder

What is the Gospel?

Click or tap the image below to walk through the Gospel explained in four basic truths.

Jordan MorningComment