Develop a off the court relationship. It is very hard to get noticed by the coach. Find out why they are coaching, and why they love the sport.. Thank You
You have to realize why most coaches choose certain players.
“I am a serious baller and am trying out for my high school basketball team. I am in the tenth grade. Tip # 2 Look around to see what most of the other kids are good at, are there a lot of shooters, scores, ball handlers.
Here is one of the questions I recently received from a hard working baller:
Tip # 1 Show up to the try-outs super early, already warmed up and stretched and ready to go.
They are only concerned with a player that will help the team.
Do you do these things?
Every time one of them fall down, he runs to pick them up.
I guarantee you if you can develop this kind of maturity, your coach will love you.
Tip # 5 Don’t be afraid, show confidence, show them you are willing to put in the time to improve, and most importantly, show them you love playing basketball.
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As I am sure you are getting prepared for this up coming basketball Season, there are a lot of little easy things you can and should be doing to guarantee you will make the final cut.
I am really looking forward to your advice. I was wondering if you had any advice for me that would help me in making the team and pursuing my life long dream – the NBA.”
Like are there a lot of great defenders, hustlers?
Whatever there is a lot of, try to focus on what there isn’t A lot of.
When they do something right, he is the first one to applaud them.
When one of them makes a mistake he pats them on their shoulder and tells them not to worry about it.
Do you make your teammates feel better when they play with you?
Since I have been getting so many emails on this topic, I have put together 5 Tips To help you get on any basketball team.
Tip # 3 Show the coach that you would be a great addition to his team, either by skill, intelligence, or being a team leader.
Lets get started….
One of the great assets Steve Nash brings is the confidence he instills in his teammates.
Okay first things first.
Here are my 5 tips.
I have been receiving tons of emails lately asking if I have any tips or secrets on how to make a basketball team.
If there is not, make it your main focus to try as hard as you can on defense and bust your butt.
And it necessary doesn’t always have to be talent or skill level.
Unfortunately, not every one is as talented as Lebron or Kobe, and it can be a pretty difficult challenge especially if you live in a big city or go to a big school.
Put these tips to use and you will be thanking me in a couple of weeks when you make your team!
Tip # 4 Get to know the coach as much as possible. The school I go to is huge and so the tryouts are jam packed
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