Thursday, May 2, 2013

Speak Often With Your Coaches

Talking with your coaches after practice is important to improving your skills. Ask the coaches where you should improve your game? Is it better dribbling skills, passing skills, or defensive skills? The person who would know best is your coach. Plus, if the coach knows you want to get better and have been working on the things he told you to, he’s much more likely to play you in the game. He or she will know you’re a hard worker and will want you to succeed.

A good relationship with your coach will ultimately determine if you’re a good player or great player. You don’t have to be best friends, but you must respect each other. If you and your coach don’t get along it will really hurt your game.


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