The ability to sacrifice yourself for the betterment of the team.
The ability to believe in yourself to give unlimited effort to meet your full-potential.
The ability to incur and sustain continuity.
The ability to send and receive the message constructively.
The ability to diligently compete and respect your opponent.
The ability to understand the game's benefit now and in the future.
Three Parts of the Game: Defense/Offense/Transition; no one more important than the other.
Conditioning: The ability to understand “there is no substitute for hard work.”
One Unit: The ability to understand player focus and positioning on the court supersedes the ball.
Practice with Purpose: The ability to understand persistence = execution.
Repetition: The ability to repeat to attain success.
IN GAME TACTICS/STRATEGIC FUNDAMENTALS
Spacing: Gaining insight to movement with and without the ball.
Patience: Two (2) second count to ensure continuity of all five players.
“Be quick, don’t hurry (John Wooden)”
Ball Movement: Less off-the-dribble = mitigation of turnovers