Category: don’t quit

NBA – What Is Hard Work?

It is not about the level you start at, its about the where you finish. It’s about the process.

Get Motivated. You control your E-F-F-O-R-T-!

If the road to being an NBA player was easy, everyone would be in the L. But the fact is, it’s a tough road and hours of work is needed. Sometimes it will be a lonely experience, find the people who will help you obtain your goal. Let them know you need their help, if they help you, don’t forget them when you make it. So next time someone asks what is your dream? Think about the work that is needed to be an NBA player, a doctor, an engineer or a school teacher. It takes hour upon hours to become a professional in any occupation. Control your future by providing the effort that is needed to make it. You can do it, if you believe in yourself and put forth the effort.

Be A Better Defender | LOCKDOWN DEFENSE

In this video, Coach Rocky and Coach Josh breakdown some basics to defense that will help you become a better defender. After the basics, we show you one of our most effective drills that you can add to your own training to become a lock down defender. Remember, if you can lock down defend, a coach will find time for you to play.

Become a Lockdown Defender: On-Ball Defense

Defense is half of the game of basketball. If you can’t lock down on defense, your ability to change the game will drop significantly. Although defense is substantially based on athleticism, technique can be developed and mastered to assist you in becoming a superior defender. by~ By Any Means Basketball

The Hardest Worker in NBA History

PUT IN THE WORK! You need to put in the work to work in the L.

Talent alone does not mean you will be great, you have to put in the work. Not just any work, it has to be correct, working up to game speed. Are you willing to put the work in?

How Small Guards Use Height to their Advantage!

Let’s face it: as a smaller guard, basketball becomes much more difficult. But that doesn’t have to be the end of the story. Guards like Isaiah Thomas, Marcus Keene, Tyler Ulis, Chris Paul, and legends like Muggsy Bogues, Calvin Murphy, and Nate Robinson have proved that a shorter stature can be used just as well as the average NBA frame. Check out how above. The next installment will include finishing and facilitating! -By Any Means Basketball