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01/31/19

' The Baseball Song ' by Kenny Rogers in our Life Motivational Videos Series

Life Motivational Videos:
' The Baseball Song '
by Kenny Rogers

... ' The Baseball Song ' by Kenny Rogers ...

Little boy, in a baseball hat,
Stands in a field, with his ball and bat,
says "I am the greatest, player of them all"
puts his bat on his shoulder, and tosses up his ball.

And the ball goes up, and the ball comes down,
he swings his bat all the way around,
and the worlds so still you can hear the sound
as the baseball falls, to the ground.

Now the little boy, doesn't say a word,
picks up his ball, he is undeterred,
Says "I am the greatest, there has ever been,"
and he grits his teeth, and tries it again.

And the ball goes up, and the ball comes down,
he swings his bat all the way around,
and the worlds so still you can hear the sound
as the baseball falls, to the ground.

He makes no excuses, He shows no fear,
He just closes his eyes, and listens to the cheers.

Little boy, he adjusts his hat
picks up his ball, stares at his bat,
says "I am the greatest, the game is on the line,"
and he gives his all, one last time.

And the ball goes up, like the moon so bright,
Swings his bat, with all his might,
and the worlds as still, as still as can be,
and the baseball falls, and that's strike three.

Now its supper time, and his Mama calls,
little boy starts home, with his bat and ball,
says "I am the greatest, that is a fact,
but even I didn't know, I could pitch like that."

Says, "I am the greatest, that is understood,
but even I didn't know, I could pitch that good."


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(in English subtitled to Spanish !)

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01/30/19

Transition Defense with Zone Principles Drill NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Jim Myers,!
Ejercicio de defensa con Principios de Zona NUEVO VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO, Jim Myers !


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Transition Defense with Zone Principles Drill
NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Jim Myers!

( Para la Versión en Español: Ver a Continuación del Vídeo! )

with Jim Myers,
former Barneveld High School (WI) Head Coach;
2017 WIAA Division 5 State Champions;
6x WIAA Girls State Champion;
all-time winningest girls' basketball coach in Wisconsin

• About this New (12/27/2018) Training Video
Rules for Match-Up Zone Defense

In the interest of keeping the defense simple enough for the players to execute, Coach Myers presents three important rules that must be followed at all times:

• Players must be in a stance.
• Players must have high, active hands.
• Players must talk.

When guarding an offense, the defense matches the front of the offense and the on-ball defender must be able to contain for at least two dribbles. The defense is also designed to prevent ball reversal with gap help that must show early.

Finally, man-to-man defense principles are added with emphasis on the following rules that are applied to the match-up zone defense:

• Switch all screens.
• Follow all cutters.
• Help on the post..

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Transition Defense with Zone Principles Drill NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Jim Myers!



Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto
Ejercicio de defensa con Principios de Zona
NUEVO VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Jim Myers!

con Jim Myers, ex-Entrenador Principal de Barneveld High School (WI);
2017 Campeones Estatales de la WIAA División 5;
6x Campeón del Eestado Femenino de WIAA;
el entrenador de baloncesto femenino más ganador
de todos los tiempos en Wisconsin

• Sobre este Nuevo (27/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Reglas para la Defensa de la Zona de Emparejamiento

Con el fin de mantener la defensa lo suficientemente simple para que los jugadores la ejecuten, el Entrenador Myers presenta tres reglas importantes que deben seguirse en todo momento:

• Los jugadores deben estar en posición de defensa.
• Los jugadores deben tener manos altas y activas.
• Los jugadores deben hablar.

Al protegerse de un ataque, la defensa coincide con la parte frontal del ataque y el defensor sobre el balón debe poder contener al menos dos botes. La defensa también está diseñada para evitar la inversión del balón con ayuda de espacio que debe mostrarse temprano.

Finalmente, los principios de defensa de hombre a hombre se agregan con énfasis en las siguientes reglas que se aplican a la defensa de zona de emparejamiento:

• Cambio en todas las pantallas.
• Seguir a todos los cortadores.
• Ayuda en el poste ..

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01/29/19

About the Created Field Goal Percentage - The Goal Percentage without Assists
and Basketball Actuality News Video in our Thursday's Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts

Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Created Field Goal Percentage - The Goal Percentage without Assists

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Field goal percentage in basketball is the ratio of field goals made to field goals attempted. Its abbreviation is FG%.
Three-point field goals are included in this percentage. Instead of using scales of 0 to 100%, the scale .000 to 1.000 is commonly used.
A higher field goal percentage denotes higher efficiency.

In basketball, a FG% of .500 (50%) or above is considered a good percentage, although this criterion does not apply equally to all positions. Guards usually have lower FG% than forwards and centers.

Field goal percentage does not completely tell the skill of a player, but a low field goal percentage can indicate a poor offensive player or a player who takes many difficult shots.

Created Field Goal Percentage - The Goal Percentage without Assists
Photograph: by C. Gottlieb from Caribbean Life News

The cFG% ( created Field Goal Percentage ) is a stat applied by the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System which has the same formula as the FG% ( click here to this topic ) except that only field goals which are unassisted and which occur at least 5 seconds after an offensive rebound are counted.

The Created FG% is an attempt to measure how well a player can create his own shot without the benefit of those situations. Therefore, when we make the calculation of this statistic, assisted shots and shots from offensive rebounds are not counted. The whole fundamental of this statistics is just being discussed in the eBA 2012 Clinic's live chat.

( Excerpts from my Exposition at the sill concluded eBA Clinics:
"The Basketball Field Goals Analysis and Statistical Tracking" )


Read More at eBA Encyclopedia ONLINE, search "field goal percentage" in this blog and consult the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System.

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Mirsad Turkcan: the last game of a legend !


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01/21/19

About the Excessive Swinging of the Elbows & Statistics
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Excessive Swinging of the Elbows & Statistics...

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... Team is up by 3 with ball control at the end of 4th. quarter, running the clock out waiting for the defensive foul to stop the clock.

Player with the ball, close defender two handed mildly pushed him and the ball-handler, trying to protect the ball, swings his elbows not in an aggressive way but in a defensive way.

The referee blew the whistle and said no foul but it is a turnover against the ball-handler for "excessive swinging of the elbows".

"Swinging elbows" Turnover is a real rule or an official error ? Forced or Unforced ? What is the statistics ruling according with the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."

Basketball Rule Statement:
"A player shall not excessively swing his/her arms or elbows even without contacting an opponent."

The rules penalty was changed to a violation from a technical foul in order to encourage it's being called more.

Basketball Rule Interpretation: Throw-in for the opponents

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking: Forced ( by the opponent's aggressive defense ) Turnover against the ball-handler and Forced Steal in favour of the close defender.

See in our forums the 'basketball turnovers' topics and the exposition "Basketball Turnovers Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book




Video Case Study:
Basketball Traveling




"...Is it a 'Travelling' case ?

What´s the rule and how the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System analyze & track these plays ? ..."

Examine this Case Sudy in this Message from the eBA sketball Statistics Forums


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01/20/19

'2-on-2 Closeout' Drill NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Brian Dutcher!
Ejercicio de 'Cierre 2-contra-2' NUEVO VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Brian Dutcher!


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'2-on-2 Closeout' Drill
NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Brian Dutcher!

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with Brian Dutcher,
San Diego State University Head Coach;
long-time assistant coach to Steve Fisher (Michigan & SDSU);
1989 National Championship at Michigan;
lead recruiter for the "Fab 5" at Michigan;
back-to-back D-I National Runners-Up (1992, 1993);
2x Sweet Sixteen appearances at SDSU (2011, 2014);
10x Mountain West Champions

• About this New (12/29/2018) Training Video
Closeouts and Weak-Side Positioning

Coach Dutcher shows in this training video how to build your defense from closeouts, to weak-side positioning, post defense, double teaming, ball screen defense and more. You'll have everything you need to create a dominant defensive system!

One of the most important aspects of a great defense is the closeout. Coach Dutcher shows three drills to teach technique and weak-side positioning through closeout drills that build from 1-on-1 to 2-on-2. The "Top and Bottom I" drill works on seeing the ball from the weak-side, helping on dribble penetration, and recovering with a good fundamental closeout in a 2-on-2 set up.

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'2-on-2 Closeout' Drill NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Brian Dutcher!



Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto
Ejercicio de 'Cierre 2-contra-2'
NUEVO VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Brian Dutcher!

con Brian Dutcher,
Entrenador Principal de la Universidad Estatal de San Diego;
entrenador asistente de Steve Fisher (Michigan y SDSU);
Campeonato Nacional de 1989 en Michigan;
reclutador principal para los "Fab 5" en Michigan;
Subcampeones nacionales de D-I back-to-back (1992, 1993);
2 apariciones de Sweet Sixteen en SDSU (2011, 2014);
10x Campeones del Mountain West

• Sobre este Nuevo (29/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Cierres y posicionamiento del lado débil

El Entrenador Dutcher muestra en este vídeo de entrenamiento cómo construir su defensa desde los cierres hasta el posicionamiento en el lado débil, defensa posterior, trampas y defensa de pantalla sobre el balón: todo lo que necesitas para crear un sistema defensivo dominante!

Uno de los aspectos más importantes de una gran defensa es el cierre. El Entrenador Dutcher muestra tres ejercicios para enseñar técnica y posicionamiento del lado débil a través de ejercicios de cierre que se desarrollan de 1 contra 1 y 2 contra 2. El ejercicio "Arriba y Abajo I" funciona al ver el balón desde el lado débil, ayudando en la penetración del drible y recuperándose con un buen cierre fundamental en una configuración 2-en-2.

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01/17/19

Life Motivational Videos:
' Hope Abides '
by Sri Chinmoy


... ' Hope Abides ' by Sri Chinmoy ...

" Hope abides; therefore I abide.
Countless frustrations have not cowed me.
I am still alive, vibrant with life.
The black cloud will disappear,
The morning sun will appear once again
In all its supernal glory. "

- Sri Chinmoy

Poetry by Sri Chinmoy
Music 'Requiem for a Dream' of Clint Mansell


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(in English subtitled to Spanish !)

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1-on-1 Basketball Defense TRAINING VIDEO by Geno Auriemma
Defensa 1-contra-1 en Baloncesto VÍDEO ENTRENAMIENTO con Geno Auriemma


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1-on-1 Basketball Defense
TRAINING VIDEO by Geno Auriemma

with Geno Auriemma,
3x U.S. Women's Olympic Basketball Head Coach (3x Gold Medal; '00, '12, '16)
1000+ career wins
Fastest coach to 800, 900 and 1,000 wins, any level, men's or women's
11x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach
('95, '00, '02 -'04, '09 - '10, '13 - '16)
9x AP Coach of the Year;
8x Naismith Coach of the Year;
7x WBCA National Coach of the Year;
6x USBWA Women's National Coach of the Year
John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching award (2012)
Inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame ('06);
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame ('06);
National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame ('07)
19x Big East regular season and 22x Big East tournament titles

( Para la Versión en Español: Ver a Continuación del Vídeo! )

About this Video:
The first key to individual defense is to get into a good defensive stance. The Stance and Slides drill teaches how to get into a good stance and how to move correctly. This mass drill, one that involves the entire team, incorporates fundamental on-ball defense. It shows that even the best players in the country don't overlook learning the basics of stance.

Next is the Zig-Zag drill with a twist from a traditional version of this drill. Each on-ball defender will go through two rounds by guarding the ball to the half-court line. When the first dribbler reaches the half-court line, the defender starts the second round by executing a closeout to the baseline. Containment of the dribble and forcing changes in direction are critical elements that are taught.

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VÍDEO ENTRENAMIENTO con Geno Auriemma

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3 veces Entrenadora Principal de Baloncesto Olímpico Femenino
de los Estados Unidos (3x Medalla de oro; '00, '12, '16)
Más de 1000 victorias en su carrera
El entrenador que más rápido llegó hasta 800, 900 y 1,000 victorias
en cualquier nivel, entrenador masculino o femenino
11x Entrenador del Campeonato Nacional de Baloncesto Femenino NCAA
('95, '00, '02 -'04, '09 - '10, '13 - '16)
9x Entrenador AP del Año;
8x Entrenador del Año de Naismith;
7x Entrenador Nacional del Año de WBCA;
6x Entrenador Nacional del Año para mujeres de USBWA
Premio John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching (2012)
Admitido en el Salón de la Fama del Baloncesto Naismith ('06);
Salón de la Fama del Baloncesto Femenino ('06);
Salón de la Fama del Deporte Nacional Americano Italiano ('07)
19x temporada regular Big East y 22x títulos del torneo Big East .br />

Sobre este Vídeo:
La primera clave para la defensa individual es adoptar una buena postura defensiva. El ejercicio de posición y deslizamientos enseña cómo adoptar una buena postura y cómo moverse correctamente. Este ejercicio masivo, que involucra a todo el equipo, incorpora una defensa fundamental sobre el balón. Muestra que incluso los mejores jugadores del país no pasan por alto el aprendizaje de los conceptos básicos de la postura.

El siguiente ejercicio es el Zig-Zag con un giro de una versión tradicional de este ejercicio. Cada defensor sobre el balón pasará dos rondas marcando sobre el balón en la línea de media cancha. Cuando el primer driblador alcanza la línea de media cancha, el defensor comienza la segunda ronda ejecutando un cierre hacia la línea de base. La contención del dribble y los cambios forzados en la dirección son elementos críticos que se enseñan.

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01/16/19

About the Statistical Tracking of a Basketball Held Ball
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Statistical Tracking of a Basketball Held Ball...

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... Which is the statistical register when a defender forces an offensive player into a held ball ( also known as 'jump ball' ) situation ? ..."

If your team loses possession of the ball as the result of a held ball, a ball turnover must be charged.

The turnover is charged to the person who last has possession of the ball.

We have a turnover when your team has the ball, and you lose it to the other team.

A turnover can come in the form of a stolen pass, a pass that you throw out of bounds, it can be where they steal the ball away from your dribbler, it can be where you have a player stand in the paint for over three seconds, etc., etc, etc.

When the turnover does occurs or when a bad shot is forced during an ON BALL screen situation, that's means there is a direct influence of an opponent action: the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System refers to it as a FORCED TURNOVER.

When the turnover does occur WITHOUT any opponent influence or interference: a bad pass you YOURSELF throw out of bounds, we call it an UNFORCED TURNOVER.

The value of the turnover, doesn't vary in our metric, being the same for both types, but the eBA System report give to the coach the total quantity and percentages of Forced and Unforced Turnovers by separate, leading so to a deeper analysis of our possessions.

See in our forums the 'basketball held ball' topics and the exposition "Basketball Possessions Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book


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Actuality News
Mid-season survey of EuroLeague general managers !



Mid-season survey of EuroLeague general managers !



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01/15/19

Basketball: Defending the Pick & Roll TRAINING COURSE by Kevin Eastman
Defediendo el P&R Bloqueo y Continuación CURSO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Kevin Eastman


Basketball: Defending the Pick & Roll
TRAINING COURSE by Kevin Eastman

Basketball Training Courses


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About this Course:

Coach Eastman covers a lot of ground in this course, including diagrams and demos in several of the lessons.

About Kevin Eastman:
NBA and College Basketball Coach 35+ Years; Speaker to Sports and Corporate Teams.

Go to this Basketball Training Course to read the full review, watch the full live footage and book the course!

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Basketball: Defending the Pick & Roll by Kevin Eastman

Over his 40 years in the game of basketball at the collegiate and professional levels, Kevin Eastman has studied what makes the best The Best -- their habits, mindsets, strategies and every day choices.
Known as a thought leader in the basketball and sports worlds, Kevin is now an engaging speaker who inspires a wide range of audiences, from sports teams to diverse corporate groups.


What sets Kevin apart from many other speakers is that he has lived in the world of the best while observing and studying them every day. His curiosity and dedication to learning provide the backdrop for delivering powerful talks on leadership, culture, teamwork and why the best are The Best.



Baloncesto: Defediendo el P&R Bloqueo y Continuación
CURSO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Kevin Eastman

Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto

Sobre este Curso:
El entrenador Eastman cubre mucho terreno en este curso, incluidos diagramas y demostraciones en varias de las lecciones.

Sobre Kevin Eastman
Entrenador de la NBA y del Baloncesto Universitario durante más de 35 años; Orador y Expositor para Equipos Deportivos y Corporativos.

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01/14/19

About the Basketball Points Created and the Player Contribution
and Basketball Actuality News Video in our Thursday's Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts

Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Basketball Points Created and the Player Contribution

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
How much value is placed on an assist ?
Like the problems with rebounds and blocked shots, standard formulas try to arbitrarily assign a value to assists that would give credit to the 'assistant' and simultaneously take the same account of credit away from the 'assisted'.

Assists, though, unlike rebounds or blocked shots, have a definite scoring possession associated with them: there is no assists without points scored.
We have a turnover when your team has the ball, and you lose it to the other team. A turnover can come in the form of a stolen pass, a pass that you throw out of bounds, it can be where they steal the ball away from your dribbler, it can be where you have a player stand in the paint for over three seconds, etc., etc, etc.

When the turnover does occurs or when a bad shot is forced during an ON BALL screen situation, that's means there is a direct influence of an opponent action: the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System refers to it as a FORCED TURNOVER.

An individual floor percentage could be a way for not only evaluate the offensive efficiency of players, but also to calculate the points created by each player.

... a basketball assist for 2 easy points ...
Photograph: Day Life

"Individual Floor Percentage"=
scoring possessions by a player divided by his total possessions.

"Player's Scoring Possessions"=
field goals that weren't assisted on
+ a not specified percentage of his field goals that were assisted on
+ a not specified percentage of his assists
+ free throw made that represent a team scoring possession.

"Player's Total Possessions"=
all his scoring possessions
+ his missed field goals
+ free throws that weren't rebounded by his team
+ turnovers.

The question to go on with this topic resides in the value of that "not specified percentage" in each field.

Excerpt of my Exposition about "The Basketball Possessions Analysis"
in the still concluded Basketball Statistics eBA Clinics.


Read More at eBA ENCYCLOPEDIA ONLINE, search "field goal percentage" in this blog and consult the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System and at the eBA Encyclopedia.

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Actuality News
EuroLeague 2018/19 ~ Top 10 Plays of Mid-Season !



EuroLeague 2018/19 ~ Top 10 Plays of Mid-Season !


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01/13/19

The "Cincinnati 1-on-1" Drill NEW TRAINING VIDEO from Buffalo's Nate Oats!
El Ejercicio "Cincinnati 1-contra-1" NUEVO VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Nate Oats!


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The "Cincinnati 1-on-1" Drill
TRAINING VIDEO from Buffalo's Nate Oats!

( Para la Versión en Español: Ver a Continuación del Vídeo! )

with Nate Oats,
University of Buffalo Head Coach;
2018 MAC Coach of the Year;
2018 NABC District Coach of the Year;
2x MAC Tournament Champions (2016, 2018);
2013 State Class A Championship (Romulus HS, MI)

• About this New (12/29/2018) Training Video
Transition Phisophy

In this training video Coach Oats reveals his transition philosophy and he covers his five non-negotiables for transition offense and defense:

• Ball Pressure
• Sprint Back
• Stay in a Good Stance
• Communicate
• Rebounding

Paying mind to all of these will lead to stops on the defensive end and allow your team to push the ball in transition and play at a faster pace.

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The "Cincinnati 1-on-1" Drill from Buffalo's Nate Oats!



Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto
El Ejercicio "Cincinnati 1-contra-1"
VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Nate Oats!

con Nate Oats ,
Entrenador Principal de la University of Buffalo;
2018 MAC Entrenador del Año;
2018 NABC District Entrenador del Año;
2x MAC Campeones del torneo (2016, 2018);
Campeonato estatal de clase A 2013 (Romulus HS, MI)

• Sobre este Nuevo (29/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Filosofía de la Transición

En este video de entrenamiento, Coach Oats revela su filosofía de transición y cubre sus cinco aspectos no-negociables para el ataque y la defensa de transición:

  • Presión sobre el Balón
  • Regreso Rápido
  • Mantenerse en una buena postura
  • Comunicarse
  • Rebote

Prestar atención a todo esto conducirá a paradas en el lado defensivo y permitirá a tu equipo empujar el balón en transición y jugar a un ritmo más rápido.

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01/08/19

About the Steals Concept and Statistical Tracking
and Basketball Actuality News Video in our Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts

Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Steals Concept and Statistical Tracking

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
In basketball, a steal occurs when a defensive player legally gains control of the ball from an offensive player. This can be done by deflecting and controlling, catching, or batting (to a teammate) a pass or dribble of an offensive player.

A steal may happen while the offensive player is dribbling, holding the ball, or by intercepting a pass. The defender must not touch the offensive player's hands or otherwise a foul is called.
Stealing the ball requires concentration, good anticipation, speed and fast reflexes and good hustle, all common traits of a good defender. However, like blocked shots, steals aren't always a perfect gauge of a player's defensive abilities.

An unsuccessful steal can result in the defender being out of position and unable to recover in time. Therefore, a steal is a gamble. And a steal usually leads to a fast break, the most exciting play in the sport.

If an offensive player loses possession of the basketball due to a steal, he is recorded as making a turnover and the defender is recorded with a steal, forced or unforced depending upon the play development.

About the Basketball Steals Concept and Statistical Tracking
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The eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System records, in addition to the traditional stats, the points made from the forced and unforced steals done during the game. This number is not always similar, as people usually thinks, to the opponent's points off turnovers.

There is no necessarily prototypical position from which a player may get many steals from. While smaller, quicker guards tend to accumulate the most steals, there are many exceptions. For example, forward Rick Barry led the NBA in steals in 1974-75, and for many years center Hakeem Olajuwon lead his team in the category, consistently ranking among the league's leaders.

Therefore, the eBA System records the area and the whole situation where the steal occurred.

Steals were first recorded in the NBA's 1973-74 season. Kendall Gill ( on December 26, 1976 ) and Larry Kenon ( on April 3, 1999 ) are tied for most steals in a regular season NBA game with eleven.
The most steals in an NBA season is 301 by Alvin Robertson in 1985-86.

Excerpt of my Exposition about "The Basketball Steals Analysis"
in the still concluded Basketball Statistics eBA Clinics.


Read More at eBA ENCYCLOPEDIA ONLINE, search "basketball steals" in this blog and consult the Chapter eBA Basketball Steals Statistics Analysis.

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01/07/19

High School Basketball Defense TRAINING COURSE by Al Sokaitis
Defensa en Balomcesto en la Escuela Secundaria CURSO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Al Sokaitis


High School Basketball Defense
TRAINING COURSE by Al Sokaitis

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About this Course

Defense wins championships! Good teams are able to understand and apply key defensive principles and skills.

In this informative course, Coach Al Sokaitis presents a detailed overview of key defensive concepts and strategies for high school basketball teams.

The program covers man-to-man defense, pressing and trapping, and the match-up zone defense. This course is a must have resource for high school coaches.

Go to this Basketball Training Course to read the full review, watch the full live footage and book the course!

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High School Basketball Defense
The Closeout featuring Coach Al Sokaitis

Al Sokaitis has been coaching basketball for over 35 years at various high schools and colleges.

He has established records for the most wins at several different schools, and been named Coach of the Year on numerous occasions.

Sokaitis has been a collegiate men’s head coach at North Adams State in Massachusetts; University of Southern Maine; and Western State College in Colorado and Post University in Connecticut.

Al Sokatis is one of the few coaches who have over 500th career coaching victories.



Defensa en Balomcesto en la Escuela Secundaria
CURSO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Al Sokaitis

Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto

Sobre este Curso:

La defensa gana campeonatos! Los buenos equipos son capaces de entender y aplicar los principios y habilidades defensivos claves.

En este curso informativo, el entrenador Al Sokaitis presenta una descripción detallada de los conceptos y estrategias defensivas clave para los equipos de baloncesto de la escuela secundaria.

El programa cubre la defensa de hombre a hombre, la presión y la trampa, y la defensa de la zona de emparejamiento. Este curso es un recurso indispensable para los entrenadores de secundaria.
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01/06/19

About the Bench Scoring Percentage - Value & Analysis
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Bench Scoring Percentage - Value & Analysis

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... How to measure the influence over the 'Bench Points Percentage', in the case of a season starter which in any o some games, by some reason of injury or coach decision, come from the bench and plays nearly its minutes played average ? ..."

A relevant contribution of the eBA System is to take the bench points of our team AND from the opponents not only as a Stats quantity, but as a center part of a game basketball analysis.

You can see it's analysis and discussion of the Bench Points Percentage Stats at the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis area, which includes, among others, the following aspects:

Bench Scoring=
• game's total,
• by quarter,
• at each quarter by separate,
• at game' last five minutes,
• shooting averages,

Miami basketball player Reggie Johnson, injured on center, sits on the bench talking to teammates DeQuan Jones, right, and Erik Swoope during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Florida State in Coral Gables, Fla.

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• changes quantity by game,
• at home;
• on the road,
• opening the game,
• from the bench,
• according to the plus minus, etc.
from our team and from the opponents teams all over the season and each aspect in relation to all other (f.ex. opening the gama on the road or at home, by quarters, etc).

Commentary:
The Bench Scoring Stat are more relevant at the college level.

Most players who goes on to the NBA may scores 20 points a game at least once a season.

Nevertheless, many a winning college team gets exposed in the NCAA for its lack of depth at their bench.

See in our forums the 'bench scoring percentage' topics and the exposition "Basketball Time Played Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book





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01/04/19

Sets for Motion Offense NEW TRAINING VIDEO by Bob Huggins!
Posicionales para el Ataque en Movimiento NUEVO VÍDEO de ENTRENAMIENTO por Bob Huggins!


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Sets for Motion Offense
TRAINING VIDEO by Bob Huggins!

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with Bob Huggins,
West Virginia University Head Coach;
2015 Big-12 Coach of the Year;
2015 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year;
over 800 career wins (One of only ten coaches ever
with 800 or more career victories);
C-USA Coach of the Decade
& 3x Coach of the Year (1998- 2000);
has led his teams to 9 Sweet Sixteen appearances,
4 Elite Eight appearances,
and 2 Final Four appearances

• About this New (12/29/2018) Training Video
Before adding any actions, first you must come to understand the 5-out motion offense and be able to teach your players how to properly space, cut, and fill within it. Huggins demonstrates in this training video how to teach athletes proper spacing along with how to utilize the floor to creating ideal scoring opportunities.

Next, Huggins installs some of his favorite motion offense strategies. We'll see how players can use a traditional pass and cut action into a screen away to put the offense into position to curl to the basket or slip the screen if overplayed. With a flex cut, Coach Huggins uses a ball reversal and screen away to create backside action as the ball is reversed. Before filling out, players look to step off the lane line and set the flex screen, creating an open layup concept.

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Posicionales para el Ataque en Movimiento por Bob Huggins!

con Bob Huggins ,
Entrenador Principal de la Universidad de West Virginia;
Entrenador del Año 2015 en Big-12;
2015 Jim Phelan Entrenador Nacional del Año;
más de 800 triunfos en su carrera (Uno de los diez entrenadores de la historia
con 800 o más victorias en su carrera);
C-USA Coach de la Década
y 3x Entrenador del Año (1998-2000);
ha llevado a sus equipos a 9 apariciones de Sweet Sixteen,
4 apariciones en la Elite Eight,
y 2 apariciones de Final Four.

• Sobre este Nuevo (29/12/2018) Video de Entrenamiento
Antes de agregar cualquier acción, primero se debe comprender el ataque en movimiento de 5-afueras y ser capaz de enseñar a sus jugadores cómo espaciar, cortar y rellenar adecuadamente. Huggins demuestra en este video de entrenamiento cómo enseñarles a los jugadores el espaciamiento adecuado y cómo utilizar el campo para crear oportunidades de puntuación ideales.

A continuación, Huggins instala algunas de sus estrategias favoritas de ataque en movimiento. Veremos cómo los jugadores pueden usar un pase tradicional y cortar la acción en una pantalla para colocar al ataque en posición para cortarse a la canasta o deslizar la pantalla si se está sobre marcado. Con un corte flexible, el Entrenador Huggins usa una inversión del balón y la pantalla para crear una acción en la parte trasera cuando el balón se invierte. Antes de completar, los jugadores buscan salir de la línea del carril y configurar la pantalla flexible, creando un concepto de configuración abierta.

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01/03/19

' Success: How bad do you want it ? ' in our Life Motivational Videos Series

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... ' Success: How bad do you want it ? ' ...

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01/02/19

Zone Offenses & Set Plays for Attacking Any Zone Defense TRAINING VIDEO with Tod Kowalczyk
Ataque contra Zona & Ejercicios Contra Zona VÍDEO ENTRENAMIENTO con Tod Kowalczyk


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Zone Offenses & Set Plays for Attacking Any Zone Defense
TRAINING VIDEO with Tod Kowalczyk

with Tod Kowalczyk,
University of Toledo Head Coach;
2014 MAC regular season champions,
led Toledo to a school-record 27 wins in 2014.

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About this Video:
This training video addresses zone offense. Coach Kowalczyk believes that it is essential to "attack" the zone instead of settling. Some key concepts that he covers in the demonstration are always finding a way to get the ball to the high post, not settling for jump shots and using ball screens to create opportunities for your team.

There are three different ways to play offense: Continuity, motion, or set plays. Coach Kowalczyk runs all three kinds against zone defenses.

• "White" Zone Offense - A continuity offense with four different scoring actions. Discover how post players can screen a zone and look to roll for scoring opportunities around the rim and in the paint.
• Zone Attack - A '4-Out 1-In' motion set up. As the ball moves, perimeter players must use effective cuts as your post player draws on high post touches creating numerous scoring opportunities against any zone defense.
• Set Plays versus a zone - Coach Kowalczyk provides five different set plays against a zone. He demonstrates how to blend your set plays into your zone motion offense.

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Cursos & Vídeos de Entrenamiento del Baloncesto
Ataque contra Defensa en Zona
y Jugadas de Atacar contra Cualquier Zona

VÍDEO ENTRENAMIENTO con Tod Kowalczyk

con Tod Kowalczyk ,
Entrenador Principal de la Universidad de Toledo;
Campeones de la temporada regular de MAC de 2014,
llevó a Toledo a un récord escolar de 27 victorias en 2014.

Sobre este Vídeo:
Este video de entrenamiento aborda el ataque contra zona. El entrenador Kowalczyk cree que es esencial "atacar" la zona en lugar de asentarse. Algunos conceptos clave que cubre en la demostración son siempre encontrar una manera de llevar el balón al poste alto, no conformarse con lanzamientos en suspensión y usar pantallas sobre el balón para crear oportunidades para su equipo.

Hay tres formas de jugar el ataque: continuidad, movimiento o juego. El entrenador Kowalczyk ejecuta los tres tipos contra las defensas de zona.

 • Ataque contra zona "Blanca": un ataque de continuidad con cuatro acciones de puntuación diferentes. Descubra cómo los jugadores poste pueden filtrar una zona y mirar para rodar en busca de oportunidades de puntuación alrededor del aro y en la pintura.
 • Ataque contra Zona: configuración de movimiento de '4 Afuera y 1 Adentro'. A medida que el balón se mueve, los jugadores del perímetro deben usar cortes efectivos a medida que el jugador poste recurre a toques en el poste alto, lo que crea numerosas oportunidades de puntuación contra cualquier defensa de zona.
 • Jugadas de Posición contra una zona: el entrenador Kowalczyk proporciona cinco jugadas de posición diferentes contra una zona. Demuestra cómo combinar tus jugadas de posición en su ataque de movimiento contra zona.

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01/01/19

A Basketball Reflection about Preventing Points from and Scoring More Points
and Basketball Actuality News Video in our Weekly Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts

Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
A Basketball Reflection about Preventing Points from and Scoring More Points

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
I just explained in one of my last expositions in eBA CLINICS ONLINE that...
"... as far as you analyze one's basketball team defense, in addition to all the formulas we studied at the eBA Basketball Statistics Clinic, the principal question any statistician would have to ask is:
what does the individual player do to prevent points from being scored ? and ...
what does he do to enable his team to score more points than the other team ? ..."

We can read at Detroit Free Press
"... Teams that play faster squeeze more possessions into their 48 minutes, giving them more opportunities to score. But they give their opponents just as many opportunities to score. ..."

"... Playing more possessions – and thus, both scoring and allowing more points – has no real affect on the actual quality of a team’s offense and defense. ..."

"... So, although advanced statistics reveal that Phoenix’s defense was probably better than the credit it received then, they say the opposite about the current Pistons’ defense, which ranked 14th in points allowed per game and 22nd in defensive rating last year. ..."

"... Yes, offensive rating and points per game – or defensive rating and points allowed per game – usually go hand-in-hand. But, often enough, points per game and points allowed per game are misleading. ..."

Brooklyn Nets' Deron Williams, right, fouls the jersey of Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012. The Lakers won 95-90 with D'Antoni's debut. Photograph by Jae C. Hong, Associated Press

Steals and defensive rebounds are distinctly important in that context, since each takes a possession away from the opponent.

Fouls are important, since a good batch of the time they directly lead to the opponent getting free throws.

Blocked shots, while interesting for the fans, is of borderline value, since it only decreases the other teams FG%, and does not assure a change of possession.

A + / - chart, indicating the margin of points the teams scores in relation to their opponent when a player is on the court, would also be useful, since it allows us to compare individual players to their teammates and to other players around the league.

Getting steals and creating turnovers with a trapping, opportunist defense, getting a lot of deflections and a lot of loose balls, means to annul the opponent transition game, and shows full and continue activity of the defender players.

Also the basketball weight trainers understand that basketball training or basketball weight training must be designed to optimally elevate the vertical jump, speed, and stamina on the court.

This means more blocked shots, steals and successful fast breaks which will translate to more team wins !

Excerpt of my Exposition about "The Basketball Team Defense Analysis"
in the still concluded Basketball Statistics eBA Clinics.


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Read More at eBA ENCYCLOPEDIA ONLINE, search "basketball team defense" in this blog and consult the Chapter eBA Basketball Team Defense Analysis.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System and at the eBA Encyclopedia.

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