Each year, American youth basketball parents invest millions of dollars and hours so their sons and daughters can play organized youth basketball. These parents spend weekend after weekend, year after year participating in the youth basketball experience. Unfortunately, because of the misperceptions and misguided expectations of a significant number of parents, the experience is often negative.
Despite the countless hours parents and coaches spend teaching their kids how to play the game of basketball, no one has ever taught youth basketball parents how to enjoy youth basketball until now.
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Derek Wolden has officiated thousands of basketball games from Division II college athletes to fourth graders and every age and level of basketball players in between.
A 10-year officiating veteran and a trainer/mentor to newer officials, he has seen and heard all the problems with youth basketball firsthand and is determined to do his part as a ''whistleblower'' to make the experience better for all participants parents, coaches, players and officials.
A former journalist, he combines his expertise on the court and at the keyboard to fill a glaring knowledge void by educating parents, coaches and officials about the intricacies of youth basketball.
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