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By Bill Kuchar

From a 40-year veteran, the one publication on hand dedicated to training highschool basketball

In Coaching highschool Basketball, corridor of Famer invoice Kuchar provides an crucial guide for knowledgeable and rookie coaches alike. a mixture of vintage strategies and new, state of the art recommendations, this exceptional instruction manual presents easyto- learn diagrams and directions, plus dozens of perform drills to augment basics and educate leading edge strikes. Readers will learn the way to:

  • Master Kuchar's "double movement offense"
  • Locate, shield, and infiltrate zones
  • Defend opposed to the short holiday
  • Use last-second performs for while the sport is at the line
  • Make the main of out-of-bounds performs
  • Scout and assessment junior highschool expertise
  • Get university coaches to scout their video games

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