October 10, 2008, Newsletter Issue #368: Teach Your Players Through Basketball Videos

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Few coaches can successfully coach their team without some help. Basketball videos are one of the best coaching aids available. These are more than just a way to teach fundamentals to your players. With the easy access to video cameras today, filming your player practices and games for later review can give your players insight into their game that they would have no other way of seeing. If you have the ability, get an assistant who can film more than just a broad view of the court. When basketball players can see themselves from afar, they will better understand how they should be fitting in to different offensive and defensive schemes. Combine this with basketball training videos from professionals, and have at least one practice session a week that is nothing more than players sitting in front of a TV and VCR.

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