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10,000 hours and Coaching Expertise

Since Malcolm Gladwell, Dan Coyle and others popularized the research of K. Anders Ericsson and others, 10,000 has become the number which most quickly grabs one’s attention. Seemingly everyone has heard of the 10,000-hour rule, and many see it as … Continue reading

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Staring, Talent Development and the Shooting Gene

During a Duke University game in the NCAA Tournament, Clark Kellogg exclaimed, “It’s in the genes!” when Duke’s Seth Curry knocked down a three-pointer. This is a common perception, as his brother Stephen was one of the best college shooters … Continue reading

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Basketball Trainers, Camps and Staring

A friend called and said that one of my articles had upset a trainer who is bashing me to other people now as a result. I want to be clear – I believe training and trainers are better for player … Continue reading

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