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I have coach John Kruse on the show today. John talks about how to start a development league. He's focusing on 3 on 3 basketball and running leagues for his high school team and the middle school girls coming to West Platte High School in the next few years. His development league is 45 minutes of teaching concepts and skills and 45 minutes of 3 o…
 
Today's topic: Building team culture. Once again the three brothers get together to discuss coaching and leadership. Each brother takes a stab at his most valued aspect of building team culture.Let us know what you think about this topic. What items do you focus on when building team culture? Reach us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/CoachCallsTime) or …
 
Today's topic: Coaching a dominant player. The latest craziness with James Harden’s scoring numbers has us thinking... what is the best way to coach a team with a dominant player and still ensure the other players are developing their skills, getting better and enjoying the game?Let us know what you think about this topic. Are you coaching a domina…
 
Today's topic: Can you coach aggression, was difficult for us. We didn't really reach a solid conclusion which may speak to the difficulty of this topic. Personally, I have trouble accepting that coaches can’t motivate or coax aggression out of people.Yes, there is a level of aggression that is inherent in a player; but I think that is just their b…
 
Last week we talked about the merits of playing zone defense in youth basketball. In today's 12 minute coaching helper we go to the other side of the ball - offense. We talk about the keys to a great zone offense.Below are some of the keys we dissect:- How to create mini 3-on-2 and 2-on-1 advantages.- Using pass fakes.- Who's flashing middle?- Atta…
 
In today's 12 minute coaching helper we dissect a polarizing topic... should you play zone defense in youth basketball?We get into why most people play zone, why it's effective and if we think it should be allowed at the grade school level.As coaches, we need to do what's best for our players. Wins and losses should be secondary. Does zone defense …
 
As coaches, we can’t just force our preferences and style of play onto a group of players. We need to adapt our playing style to match our players’ strengths. You are only one person. To expect an entire team of kids to adjust to your way in three or four months is unrealistic and selfish. To get the best out of your players and put them in a posit…
 
Today is part two of our discussion on setting goals for your basketball team.We get in to setting specific goals for your players, your team, the parents and your coaches (including yourself).We also realize even more than last episode that Brian is completely losing his mind.Show notes: www.coachcallstimeout.com/36.Go to our website to get hundre…
 
Today we’re talking about setting goals for your team… How to do it, why you do it and when to do it.This might be my favorite discussion so far. The main reason I like it is that it starts with Brian talking about setting goals for his team, or should I say A goal for his team – win a championship. He honestly thought that was the only goal he nee…
 
We’re cramming a lot of information into this episode; we’re talking about tryouts. Myself and my brothers Brian and Brady dish out some tips on running your youth and high school team tryouts during this First Quarter episode. We’ll leave it to you to take your team to the promise land for the final three quarters.Let's get to it!Show notes: www.c…
 
Hey, it’s Dan here. Ok, some serious talk before we get into today’s discussion. One thing coaches value a lot in a player is accountability. If you make a mistake… own up to it, learn from it, move on and improve. Accountability isn’t a one way street, sometimes coaches make mistakes too. When you do make a mistake, the best lesson for your player…
 
Today we are introducing a new segment to the Coach Calls Timeout podcast!! It’s called the First Quarter; a 12 minute podcast for basketball coaches.My brothers Brian and Brady join me to dissect a coaching related issue that we see in the sports world. And we’re going to tackle it in less than twelve minutes per episode – no small feat when you h…
 
We are back!! Welcome to episode 31 of the podcast. Today we have a great guest for you. He has a very unique perspective as a head coach in the NCAA. We are talking to Ed DeChellis, head coach of the men’s basketball program at the Naval Academy.Coach DeChellis shares his journey from coaching East Tennessee State (7 years) to a large school with,…
 
Welcome to episode 30 of the podcast!! Today we have our first active NBA coach join the show, we have Scott Morrison, assistant coach of the Boston Celtics.We talk to him about his journey from a small town in Prince Edward Island, Canada to head coaching stints at Lakehead University and the Maine Red Claws and now assistant coach of the Boston C…
 
We’re back! Welcome to Season 2 of the podcast!! We’re going to start off with the same game plan as always, interview successful basketball coaches and find out what makes them tick.We’re starting off with a bang. Two coaches for the price of one. Two Canada Basketball head coaches, Roy Rana and Carly Clarke.This summer Roy coached the Canadian U1…
 
This episode is a basketball coaching mailbag. It's also the last one before we take a break for the off-season. We answer some of the most popular questions we get through our Twitter conversations with coaches. By the way, our Twitter handle is @CoachCallsTime, feel free to follow us or send us a message – we’re constantly posting articles about …
 
ROAD TRIP!!Today we’re going to change it up a little bit. Myself and my two brothers Brian and Brady recently went to New York to watch the Big East and ACC men’s basketball championships. The Big East tourney was played at Madison Square Garden and the ACC tournament was at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn.Our trip went from Wednesday to Sunday and…
 
This episode marks the one year anniversary of our podcast! We've had some fantastic coaches on the show who’ve shared great experiences for all of us to learn from.We’re spoiled today because we don’t just have one coach on the show; we have three successful College coaches with us: Keith Vassell of Niagara College, Jonathan Smith of George Brown …
 
Today we are taking a dive into the world of basketball data analytics. We have Denis Beausoleil on the show to share his coaching journey and how he got wrapped up into the world of basketball data. He’s able to give you a scouting report on a team without even watching them play.In our interview today, we’re going find out the best stats that sho…
 
Today we are lucky to have coach Mike Katz on the show. He won an amazing five national championships during his 19 seasons with Humber College. He also coached the University of Toronto and was named national coach of the year in 2008. And he spent time as an assistant coach with the Canadian men's national team. He’s since retired from coaching b…
 
Today we have someone on the show that many coaches struggle to have a positive relationship with. We have a hall of fame referee who’s worked hundreds of NCAA games and worked with the biggest coaching names in the business. He even officiated Michael Jordan’s first game at North Carolina.Ron Foxcroft joins the show to describe the referee’s role …
 
Our guest is coach Josh Whitty from the Holland Hurricanes, currently the number one ranked College program in all of Canada. Josh was a guest on episode number three where he joined in on a Canadian coaches round table we had back in March of last year. Coach Whitty is doing some fantastic things out in Prince Edward Island and shares some great i…
 
Today’s guest is Charles Kissi, the head coach of the men’s basketball team at Brock University. He shares his unique journey from police officer to women’s coach to men's head coach and for the Brock Badgers. In his short time there he's already turned the program into a top five team in the country. For anyone running a basketball organization, t…
 
Today’s guest is a Canadian basketball icon. Coach Steve Konchalski from St. Francis Xavier University joins the show to talk about his 42 year coaching journey with the same school and his time with the Canadian national team. He also shares some great stories. Throughout the interview you can find a common theme of a strong love for the game of b…
 
Today’s guest is Justin Gunter, the head coach of the men’s basketball team at the University of Waterloo. Justin’s coaching journey is pretty amazing. The seed was planted during a year off before his playing days were over. That seed and his love for basketball grew and he realized he needed to stay involved with the game of basketball. As a poin…
 
Coach Steve Maga has dedicated his time and energy to help boys and girls reach their full potential. As a University basketball player he was extremely successful and is one of the most decorated players in Canadian basketball history. He’s a three time all-Canadian, a national player of the year and his team won a silver medal at the National Cha…
 
For the first time we have an assistant coach on the show and his story is one that includes a strong love for the game and an incredible work ethic.Today’s guest is Avneet Brar, the assistant coach of the Vancouver Island University men’s basketball team. Avneet also has his own business where he trains players and hosts youth basketball camps.Che…
 
Roy Rana of the Ryerson University men’s basketball program joins the show. Coach Rana started out as a high school coach at a couple different schools, one of them being Eastern Commerce high school where he won multiple provincial titles in his nine years there. As a university coach he has built the Ryerson Rams into a national powerhouse in the…
 
Butch Carter joins the show to talk coaching, leadership and basketball. There are some great things in this interview that will make you a better coach and change the way you look at some very basic things. We get into why you need to prepare for all 14 or 15 people involved in the game not just the 10 players, we crunch some numbers on the import…
 
The Jonker brothers discuss the importance of being self-aware as a coach and how you can gain self-awareness. Self-Awareness is critical to implementing every step of the Basketball Coaching Roadmap. If you don’t have the ability to honestly evaluate yourself and be aware of your surroundings then you’ll find it extremely difficult achieving your …
 
In today’s episode myself and my brothers, Brian and Brady discuss encouragement. In our minds, creating an encouraging and positive atmosphere for your team is essential to team success. We share some stories about encouraging coaches and how encouragement affects your player’s level of play.This episode is part six of a seven part series we call …
 
Our Basketball Coaching Roadmap constantly emphasizes the importance of building relationships with your players, that’s what makes this episode’s topic so important. My brothers, Brian and Brady and I have a phone conversation to talk about honesty. Brian shares two of the most difficult and honest conversations he’s had with his players.This epis…
 
This episode is my favorite discussion so far. My brother, Brian and I have a phone conversation to talk about consistency. We talk about the importance of being consistent with your mood and your message and the benefits your team will experience. Being consistent is not easy for coaches, it can be an emotional role. Within this conversation Brian…
 
In this episode I have a phone conversation with my brother Brian who is the head coach at Mohawk College. We talk about adaptability and the importance and benefits of being open minded and willing to step out of your comfort zone as a coach. There are some good tips that will help your team and yourself reach extraordinary levels.This episode is …
 
We talk about being organized as a coach and how it can actually improve your team’s level of play. Some tips come out of this conversation about different ways to increase your organizational skills and a great way to set up your practices to maximize your gym time.This episode is part two of a seven part series we call the Basketball Coaching Roa…
 
We discuss the importance of communication when you're coaching. As a coach it’s essential to build relationships with your players. In this discussion we talk about effective ways to gain the trust of your players and consequently reach your team’s full potential.This episode is the beginning of a seven part series we call the Basketball Coaching …
 
On the show today is Paul Weir. Coach Weir was recently named the head coach of the men’s basketball program at New Mexico State University. He will become only the third Canadian born head coach of an NCAA division 1 men's basketball team and the first in over 50 years. This is another big step for Canadian basketball and as you’ll hear in the int…
 
The voice of the Toronto Blue Jays, Jerry Howarth joins the show. Jerry has coached high school basketball for the past 20 years; the effort he puts in to connect with his players is remarkable. Throughout Jerry’s coaching journey he has actively searched for mentors and as a result he has added new wrinkles to his portfolio every year.Show notes f…
 
Carly Clarke, the head coach of the women’s basketball team at Ryerson University joins the show. Carly shares some of the highs and lows she’s faced in her coaching journey. Coach Clarke and the Ryerson Rams recently won the silver medal at the Canadian University national championships. As you'll hear in the interview her coaching philosophies ar…
 
In today’s episode we dive into the newly emerging prep school and AAU scene in Canada. We interview Kenold Knight the Director of UPlay Canada (www.uplaycanada.com) and coach of The Hill Academy to talk about some of the stigmas associated with AAU programs and Prep schools. Kenold was a fantastic guest with plenty of great insights for parents of…
 
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