The Complete Idiot's Guide to Coaching Youth Basketball (Idiot's Guides)

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Coaching Youth Basketball (Idiot's Guides)

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781592570560
  • DDC分類 796.323077

Table of Contents

Part 1: What a Coach Needs to Know                 1  (84)
1 You Are Coaching an Evolving Game 3 (10)
The Inventor, James Naismith 4 (1)
What Kind of Rules Were These? 4 (2)
Gives Kids Some History 6 (1)
The College Rules Were Different 7 (1)
The Similarities: Then and Now 8 (1)
The Women's Game 9 (1)
Player Characteristics: Then and Now 10 (1)
Coaching Styles: Then and Now 10 (3)
2 Coaching Responsibilities: Knowledge, 13 (14)
Communication, and Fun
Rules and Fundamentals 14 (2)
Additional Basic Rules 16 (3)
Rules on Offense 16 (1)
Rules on Defense 17 (2)
What Is and Isn't a Foul 19 (1)
Those Nastier Fouls 20 (1)
How About the Penalties? 21 (1)
Commun兤ation Is Always the Key 22 (3)
Organizational Skills and Communication 23 (1)
Explain, Explain, Explain 24 (1)
A Winning Attitude 24 (1)
Above All, Let It Be Fun 25 (2)
3 Coaching and Sportsmanship 27 (12)
Good Sports Are Good for Everyone 28 (2)
The Best Route to Take 30 (2)
Can Anything Be Better Than Winning? 32 (1)
Evaluating a Win and a Loss 33 (4)
How Do You Strike the Proper Balance? 34 (1)
Where to Draw the Toughness Line 35 (2)
Keep a Consistent Routine 37 (2)
4 Dealing with Problem Players and Problem 39 (14)
Parents
Let's Look at the Problems 40 (1)
How About the Solutions? 41 (5)
Freeing the Free Spirit 41 (1)
Whiners and Complainers 42 (1)
Breaking the Rules 43 (1)
Stellar Performers 43 (1)
The Most Serious of the Player Problems 44 (1)
Burned-Out Players 45 (1)
Time to Deal with the Parents 46 (1)
Sending a Letter to Mom and Dad 47 (1)
Problems Arising During the Season 48 (1)
What You Can Do 49 (4)
5 Keeping Your Team Healthy 53 (14)
The Need for Some Training 54 (2)
Watch for Changes and Signs of Trouble 56 (1)
Gender Differences and Injury 57 (2)
The Little Hurts and the Big Hurts 59 (2)
Signs of Serious Injury 61 (1)
Keeping Your Team Healthy 62 (1)
Starting the Correct Way on the Court 62 (2)
Two Sets of Rules Apply Here 64 (3)
6 Knowing Your Age Group 67 (10)
Decide Beforehand Where You Want to Be 68 (1)
The Youngest Players 69 (5)
Moving to the Next Level 71 (2)
The Upper-Level Age Croup 73 (1)
Satisfaction at Any Age 74 (3)
7 The Making of a Team 77 (8)
Make the Concept of Team Clear Immediately 78 (1)
The Older Kids Are Tougher to Convince 79 (2)
Creative Ways to Encourage Teamwork 81 (2)
Reward Team Play 83 (2)
Part 2: Teaching the Game 85 (202)
8 Running a Good Practice 87 (8)
Make Practice Convenient for Everyone 88 (1)
A Routine That Has Purpose 89 (1)
Have a Schedule, but Don't Set It in Stone 90 (1)
A Typical Practice Session 91 (4)
9 Teaching Individual Skills 95 (12)
Make Your Presentations Clear and Concise 96 (3)
Make Adjustments Based on Age 97 (1)
Always Provide the Proper Demonstrations 98 (1)
Ensure That Execution Is Accurate 99 (2)
Execution Through Drills 100(1)
Execution Through Positive Reinforcement 101(1)
Kids Who Don't Get It 101(1)
Bring in Some Help 102(1)
An Ongoing Process 103(4)
10 The Basic Fundamentals 107(28)
Dribbling 108(5)
Here's How to Dribble 109(2)
Players Should Walk Before They Run 111(1)
Advanced Dribbling Moves 111(2)
Passing 113(7)
The Two-Hand Chest Pass 114(1)
The Bounce Pass 115(2)
The Overhead Pass 117(1)
The Baseball Pass 117(2)
Other Ways to Pass 119(1)
Shooting 120(11)
The Layup 121(2)
The Jump Shot 123(4)
One-Hand Push Shot 127(2)
The Hook Shot 129(2)
Rebounding 131(4)
Go Get That Ball 131(2)
Offensive Versus Defensive Rebounding 133(2)
11 Running Drills 135(24)
Dribbling and Ball Handling 136(3)
Slaps and Squeezes 136(1)
Around the Legs 137(1)
Around the Waist and Head 138(1)
Let's Start Dribbling 139(2)
Standing Crossover 140(1)
Advanced Dribbling Drills 141(3)
Stop and Go on the Whistle 141(1)
Changing Directions on the Whistle 141(1)
Speed-Dribble Relay 142(1)
Dribbling Around Cones or Chairs 143(1)
Follow the Leader 143(1)
Basic Passing Drills 144(2)
Two-Player Passing Drills 144(1)
Two-Line Passing 145(1)
Side by Side Down the Court 146(1)
More Advanced Passing Drills 146(3)
Passing Around the Square 147(1)
Star Drill with Two Balls 147(1)
Pass and Cut 148(1)
Basic and Advanced shooting Drills 149(5)
Layups, Layups, Layups 149(1)
Layup Relay 150(1)
Around the World 150(1)
Shooting on the Move 151(1)
Catch and Shoot 152(1)
Working off the Pivot 153(1)
Rebounding Drills 154(5)
One-on-One Block-Out 155(1)
Three-on-Three Block-Out 155(1)
Let the Younger Kids Just Move for the 156(1)
Ball
Try a Tip-In Drill 156(1)
Rebound and Outlet Pass 157(2)
12 Who Plays Where 159(8)
Let's Talk Positions 160(2)
Play Young Kids Everywhere 162(1)
Long-Range Benefits for Young Players 163(1)
Fitting Maturing Players into Positions 164(1)
Offense and Defense Doesn't Have to Be the 164(1)
Same
Coaching Cooperation Can Help with the 165(2)
Young Kids
13 Basic Offensive Tips 167(18)
You've Got to Move Without the Ball 168(2)
Setting Screens 170(2)
Working Off the Post 172(1)
More Tips for Offensive Players 173(4)
The Pick (Screen) and Roll 173(2)
The Back-Door Play 175(1)
The Give and Go 176(1)
Getting Good Shots 177(2)
Driving to the Basket 178(1)
The Quick Release 179(1)
Getting the Jump Shot Off 180(2)
Be Sure to Follow Every Shot 182(1)
A Word About the Inbound Pass 183(2)
14 Basic Defensive Tips 185(20)
Start with the Stance 186(1)
Guarding a Player One on One 187(2)
Defensive Movement 189(1)
Individual Defensive Situations 190(8)
Overplaying Your Man 191(1)
Stealing the Ball or the Pass 191(1)
Swiping the Pass 192(1)
Denying the Ball 193(1)
Defending the Post 194(1)
Dealing with Screens 194(2)
Blocking Shots 196(1)
The Run-By 197(1)
Time to Run Some Drills 198(3)
Stance and Stand 198(1)
The Basic Slide Step 198(1)
One-on-One Movement 198(1)
Help and Recover 199(2)
Fighting the Screen 201(1)
Defending Away from the Ball 201(1)
Defending on the Ball 202(3)
15 Types of Offenses 205(16)
A Quick Look at Offenses 206(1)
The Principles of the Motion Offense 207(2)
Let's Check Out Some Specifics 209(1)
Perimeter Play 209(2)
The Inside Game or Playing the Post 211(1)
Running the Basic Offense 212(2)
More Options 214(2)
What About the Side Triangle? 216(1)
Running it as Box High or Box Low (Shell) 217(1)
Why These Are Great Youth Basketball 218(3)
Offenses
16 Types of Defenses 221(10)
Let's Talk Defense 222(1)
Which Defense to Choose 223(2)
Man-to-Man Defensive Matchups 225(1)
Principles of the Man-to-Man Defense 226(6)
On-the-Ball Defense 226(2)
Off the-Ball Defense 228(2)
More Tips on the Man-to-Man Defense 230(2)
Time to Check Out the Zone 232(3)
The Box and One! 235(1)
A Final Word 236
17 Offensive Strategies 231(26)
The All-Important Fast Break 238(2)
Player Responsibilities During a Fast Break 240(3)
Combinations of Breaks 243(3)
When the Break Doesn't Work 246(1)
Secondary Breaks 246(1)
Another Secondary Variation 247(1)
Inbounds Plays 247(7)
Full-Court Inbounds Against the Press 248(1)
Inbounds Plays from the Sidelines 249(2)
Inbounds Plays from the Baseline 251(3)
Last-Second Plays 254(3)
Last-Second Half-Court Play 254(1)
Last Second Out of Bounds 254(1)
Full-Court Last-Second Play 254(1)
A Sideline Last-Second Play 255(1)
A Final Word 256(1)
18 Defensive Strategies 257(20)
The Full-Court Press 258(1)
When Do You Order a Press? 258(1)
Some Presses and Traps 259(14)
The Run-and-Jump Defense 259(3)
Run and Jump Defensive Responsibilities 262(1)
The Run and Trap 263(1)
The 1-3-1 Trap 264(6)
The 2-2-1 Press 270(3)
Defending the Fast Break 273(1)
Defending Against Inbounds Plays 274(3)
19 Coaching a Game 277(10)
Know the League Parameters 278(1)
Getting Them There safely and on Time 278(1)
Setting Up the Bench 279(1)
Timeouts, Halftime, and Afterward 279(2)
What About Timeouts? 280(1)
Halftime 281(1)
After the Game 281(1)
More Gametime Advice 282(3)
Communicating Plays 283(1)
If You Have an Assistant 284(1)
Substitutions 284(1)
A Word About the Jump Ball 284(1)
Wear the Label of Coach Proudly 285(2)
Glossary 287(6)
Index 293