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Applying Spurs Way To High School

The San Antonio Spurs won their fifth NBA title in 15 years using a system called the “Spurs Way”. We break down what the “Spurs Way” means on the court and how young players can apply these concepts and actions to the club and high school teams they play for.

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List Of Men’s D1 Colleges

Location and size of college will be two critical factors in the college recruiting process. So, what options do you have? Here’s a list of D1 colleges that field men’s basketball teams and the “level” they compete at.  

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Choosing A College? Know Yourself

Know yourself and what you want before beginning the recruiting process. With recruiting more cut throat and transfer rates higher than ever, young players must realize school size and location are crucial factors in making a sound college choice.

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Summer Mistakes To Avoid

ESPN commentator and former Washington Post writer Michael Wilbon famously called O.J. Mayo (left) a “punk” when he was in high school at Huntington (Huntington, W.Va.) before ever meeting the current NBA guard. Photo: Ronnie Flores Recruiting is a cut throat business, but it can a rewarding experience more often than not if everyone involved in […]

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Approach To Summer Basketball Training

There really is no such thing as an off-season in basketball anymore, but what you accomplish when school is out will determine how well you perform with your club team during the viewing period and with your high school team next winter. Today we offer a four-step process of how to set up your personal […]

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Spring Fling

The spring travel ball season has kicked off the past few weeks and there is an important evaluation period coming up at the end of the month (April 25-27). We take a look at the spring travel season’s red flags and what the focus of this recruiting period should be about in order to improve […]

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30 College Recruiting Red Flags

The travel/grassroots season is about to kick off and there is so much competition to get a college scholarship that players cannot afford to potentially lose out on one by their actions away from the court. Photo: Chris Hall As the high school season comes to a close and the travel/grassroots circuit kicks off, we […]

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Characteristics of Successful Athletes

Success for athletes is not defined by individual accomplishments. Success is a process and eventually a lifestyle for those that continually meet their goals. We list a dozen characteristics of successful athletes and define the process.

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The Old School Way

Young players have never been more physically talented than they are today. On the flip side, older coaches and experienced players say what is being taught and what is being mimicked by up-and-comers is hurting the game. We explore this phenomenon with one of the nation’s most renowned skill and footwork coaches and break down […]

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“Lenny Cooke” Drives Points Home

“Lenny Cooke” is a documentary about the quick rise, and dramatic downward spiral, of an early 2000’s high school basketball standout from Brooklyn with aspirations of being a first round selection in the 2002 NBA Draft. A poor work ethic, raw and inexperienced game, media and scout-driven over-hype, and a series of shaky off-the-court decisions […]

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