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Organize. Save Time. Improve Record Keeping. Train Assistants. Make Decisions. Win More Games. First-ever basketball forms book guaranteed to help you organize and improve your entire basketball coaching program. In 93 forms and templates, you ll find: overall program organization, coaches evaluations, players evaluations, practices plans, offensive and defensive skills, offensive and defensive plays and diagrams, game management, scouting reports, season review, off-season forms and more! Most forms even included a completed example to show you how it should be used. PLUS...each book includes ABSOLUTELY FREE a forms CD with all 93 forms and templates to print whenever you need them. This is the one book a basketball coach should not be without!
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Basketball is much more than the 40 minutes of non-stop action on the court during competition. Your role as a coach is to win games, but to do so in a manner where you are teaching your players to understand and love this incredible game. And, it s more than just coaching. Outside of those 94 feet on the court, a basketball coach assumes full responsibility of educating, planning, organizing, fundraising, recruiting, counseling, mediating, scouting, evaluating, promoting and more. Looking back to my time assisting my former college coach, Bill Brown, at California University of Pennsylvania, Billy Donovan at Florida, Oliver Purnell at Dayton/Clemson and Keith Dambrot/Dan Hipsher at Akron, I learned that this job requires around-the-clock hours and takes a constant effort to stay on track. Developing priorities and being efficient are two of the most important strategies to building a successful program. For you, I suggest this Basketball Forms book as a great place to start. The forms in this book provide assistance in keeping up with the demands of reporting, informing, scheduling and preparing essential components of a properly functioning basketball program. At VCU, we work these components into our everyday jobs. Using these forms will help you become more organized, more efficient, and ultimately, more successful. As just one example, take a look at the 11 player-evaluation forms in Chapter 3. They guide you through this individual evaluation process and paint a clear picture of each player s development. And, it doesn't hurt to have something in writing when parents come knocking at your door wondering why their son or daughter isn't getting as much time on the court as they think they should. When you re committed to excellence within your program, you look for every possible way to gain an extra edge. We have found that developing a system and a routine for each season helps us stay on top of our games and organization is key. When our staff is organized, our players are organized. It s a system that works. Staying organized means taking the proper steps to identify strengths and weaknesses, it means informing and communicating with fellow staff members, researching and reporting information to our players, building relationships and tracking goals all which are addressed in this book. I m always searching for ways to become more efficient, more decisive and more complete. The forms in this book are your tools for success. Use them year after year and you ll soon forget what it was like to coach without them. --Shaka Smart, Head Basketball Coach, Virginia Commonwealth University
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Book Description Great American Media Services, 2012. Condition: New. Brian Sienko (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0944079555