I love watching Steve Nash play. To see him play at an high level well into his 30′s prove that the game is more mental then physical. When you are watching this breakdown take note of how Nash always keeps his head up. Surprisingly this is a lost art of many point guards.
With the influx of European basketball players into the NBA we are forced to get back to the basics. Years ago we taught the world how to play basketball and now they are reminding us how to play the game. Take a look at how to perform the euro-step from some of the best.
Get your hands on the Ball Hog Gloves and take #ThePledge to work on your ball handling
Kyrie Irving is the epitome of a point guard and overall basketball player (Disclaimer I am from New Jersey). In a day in age where basketball is ruled by athleticism it is refreshing to see someone break into the star ranks with basketball I.Q. Kyrie understands the game of basketball and his knowledge of [...]
What is the secret to success on the basketball court? Why is it that only 1,800 out of over 150,000 high school seniors will receive an athletic scholarship? What does it take to become one of the 450 NBA players? What makes these two groups of players apart of the basketball elite? I have [...]
Inside look of Coach Koran Godwin training William and Mary PG Marcus Thornton. Marcus Thornton has a tremendous work ethic and it was validated when he became the 2011 Gatorade player of the year. Watch as Coach Koran Godwin takes him through a series of drills designed to get him to the next level.