Next Level Basketball 419 Newsletter #16 1/22/17.
It's 65 and sunny in Northwest, Ohio today. Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend. If you ever run across anything you think is good, send it my way, and I'll share it out. If you want off the newsletter, email me back and I'll take you off. Here is some of the best stuff I've watched or read.
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Bob Huggins, Men of March, CBS Sports Documentary. 21minutes:
An outstanding look at Coach Huggins career, his practices, and his beliefs. Really enjoyable.
Jimmy Langhurst, 2016 Individual skills workout, SC Jr. High 22 minutes:
Coach Jimmy Langhurst of Lemayne University worked out a group of high school players last summer for a friend. He shows some individual shooting, finishing, and ballhandling drills. You also get to hear Joe yell at his kids.
The “tuck rule” game oral history. Long read, 63 pages printed out, I’m not a Patriots or Raiders fan, but this was well written and enjoyable.
Kevin Eastman 2016 Coaching U notes from Coach Zak Boisvert again.
I visit his website, pickandpop.net daily. The PDF is attached.
NBA practice notes: Sacremento KIngs, and Georgel Karl
Coach Chris Oliver, from the website Basketballimmersion.com took a sabbatical from coaching last year. He traveled and took notes. He spent time with the Sacramento Kings of the NBA, and Coach George Karl. The Kings at the time, also had Vance Walberg on staff, who is one of the first coaches to bring the Dribble Drive attack to the NBA. Attached are the notes he took in PDF and the link.
Micah Hyde Article:
Being a small town Ohio guy myself, it is good to see athletes from our area make it professionally. Micah Hyde is from Fostoria, OH and a defensive back for the Green Bay Packers. A good article about growing up in Fostoria, and playing multiple sports. PDF attached also.
7 days in the life of a NBA Role Player: ***I read this on my phone on the app called "the athletic". You get 3 articles for free. I could not find a way to print it out or make a PDF. Sorry.
A long article about the day to day schedule of Norman Powell. Cool stuff about his daily individual workouts.
A puppy, role fluctuations and Angry Man: A week in the life of Norman Powell, the Raptors' in-between guy
Zak Boisvert Interview: How to create a brand.
A great article about how Coach Boisvert went from a student manager to an assistant coach at West Point.
NBA video coordinator of Boston Celtics article:
I'm a big film guy, and I love to see how the professionals break film down. This is pretty detailed look on how the Celtics break it down.
Assistant coach at Colonel Crawford