In Game Coaching

In Game Coaching

Postby blazertaz13 » Mon Jun 01, 2020 7:07 am

Alright, I know that I have asked about this before, but now I am in need of suggestions:

I seem do fine until my team hits the wall. What I mean is when the other team goes on a run. I struggle to figure out how get my team back going. I know you can call timeouts (only 4 available for game). But when you call a timeout how do you decide to motivate your team? For me it seems hit or miss (I never yell at them), but when I think I should praise or show concern it doesn't seem to work. Any tips?

What else can I do to help stem this bad in game runs?

Any other tips greatly appreciated.

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Re: In Game Coaching

Postby PointGuard » Mon Jun 01, 2020 1:35 pm

You can call time outs and try different motivations, change your offense or defense, change the speed of play, change players, change the defensive intensity, etc etc and sometimes it may work and other times just have to remember....

runs (and momentum) are a part of basketball and sometimes you have a run by your team and kick butt and other times you get run over.
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Re: In Game Coaching

Postby Wayne23 » Mon Jun 01, 2020 1:50 pm

Yelling can be effective if it is done rarely and you pick your spots.
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