The concept is simple and it is what I tell my players after every game before we go through the handshake line. Win with grace, lose with dignity. A video just surfaced on earlier today from @b757fo_jim and @cut4 of two friends, and they were friends first…but these two friends just happen to be facing each other in a baseball game where the winner gets the chance to move on to the state ch ...[Read More]
Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, Dear Basketball takes the letter that Kobe Bryant penned on the eve of his retirement announcement and mixes it with the magic of a custom John Williams score and legendary animator Glen Keane. The letter by itself is amazing, but when narrated by Kobe himself, then mix in the music from the man who brings Star Wars to life and add the p ...[Read More]
Rounding out our three post Buzz Williams series is a video Coach did for #gBTimeout #getBETTER and we want to share that message with you too. In the comments below, share “What you are for”. Too often, I think we spend too much time ➕ energy on talking about or tweeting about ‘what we are against’ Over the last 2️⃣ yrs within our program & my family, I've tried to spend that ...[Read More]
Yesterday, we posted a Buzz Williams quote – today, we share the video of the press conference where the quote was sourced. It’s worth the 18 minutes of your day to promote positive change.
“There is no greater honor than to sacrifice for a brother” – Matt Deggs, Baseball Coach at Sam Houston State. There are just some coaches that you want to play for. Matt Deggs is one of them. After a loss that knocked his team out of the NCAA tournament in 2017 – Deggs gets deep. He talks about love, being a transactional coach and becoming a transformational coach.
The first question says it all – “Who likes being subbed out of the game?” In this great social experiment, Coach Becky Burleigh talks about putting a camera on her bench to watch the body language of both the players and coaches.
In a recent post game press conference, University of Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma shared his philosophy on body language. It’s a great lesson that all young athletes and their parents should hear. The video is embedded below, but here are a few highlights. “We put a huge premium on body language, and if your body language is bad, you will never get in the game ...[Read More]