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The DNA of a basketball coach

Steve Kerr is the first rookie coach to clinch the NBA title since Pat Riley in 1982. Is it a complete surprise that he does so well or is it somehow written in his DNA to be an excellent coach?…

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On the NBA Finals and “Summertime”!

Fall 2013, I had the chance to be sent by FIBA for an NCAA apprenticeship as a coach at Saint Joseph's University. During my stay, I was more than happy to be invited at several practices of Brett Brown and…

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Basketball clinician in Qatar (december 2014)

December 2014, I spent a week in Doha (Qatar) as a clinician on behalf of FIBA. The Qatar Olympic Committee and the Qatar Basketball Federation (QBF) gathered 50 sports teachers, joined by 70 local coaches of all levels. The clinics…

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FIBA-instructor in Tunisia

I just spent one week as a FIBA-instructor in Tunisia. In a collaboration between FIBA, Olympic Solidarity and the Tunisian Basketball federation (FTBB), I conducted a technical course Level 3 for 32 local coaches. Spread over 5 days I gave…

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Shooting free throws is a mental game

Every basketball coach knows the importance of free throws during a game. Working on a good shooting form and hours and hours of practice are crucial to be a good shooter. But that's not enough. Shooting a free throw with…

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New challenge with the “Musel Pikes”

In the beginning of February, I took over the Musel Pikes as a head coach. The Musel Pikes play in the 1st Division of Luxemburg (Total League). Team picture: Team website: http://develop.pikes.lu/ Calender and results: http://www.flbb.lu/clubs.php?Abrclub=MUS&Option=Equipes&Gruni=MUS&Catage=SH Press:

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