Today we are featuring five of our favorite drills from Drew Hanlen’s 50 Shoot Drills on Video on Demand! 7 Drill This drill is done with a 2 players, 1

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Look in the Mirror – Part 1

It’s the 1st week of February.  Have you stuck with the New Year’s resolutions you so confidently set for yourself about a month ago?  If you are being honest with yourself, you probably haven’t.  Statistics

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Five Areas of Focus for the Pre-Season

One of the most important components to having a successful season is creating a plan for your program in the pre-season. There are endless areas of focus to plan for

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Hardwood Hustle Podcast: Changing Lives On and Off the Court with Coach John Lucas

In this episode of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) pick the brain of the 1st pick in the 1976 NBA Draft –

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Hardwood Hustle Podcast: How to Develop the European Style Player in the U.S.

In this episode of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) are joined by Better Basketball CEO Rich Czeslawski for a fascinating and

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Hardwood Hustle Podcast: The Problem with Basketball Skill Trainers

In this episode of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) dissect the problems that private industry basketball trainers create when they lack

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In my opinion, truly great shooters will soon be on the World Wildlife Federation’s Endangered Species list. Players at every level are getting better and better at scoring… but pure

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We are excited to announce details of the Pure Sweat Basketball Coaches Clinic this Fall! The clinic will be held September 26-27, 2014 in St. Louis, Missouri. WHO IS THIS

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Hardwood Hustle Podcast: Elite Player Development with Adam Harrington (Kevin Durant’s Trainer)

In this episode of the Hardwood Hustle Basketball Podcast, Alan Stein (Stronger Team) and Adam Bradley (Ball Hogs Radio) got the rare opportunity to talk shop with Kevin Durant’s private skills

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I’m 37 years old. That puts me in the mid-range. I’m certainly no spring chicken. Hell, I graduated high school (1994) before any of my current players at DeMatha were

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