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Eric Musselman's Basketball Notebook
Notes, observations, and commentary on basketball and coaching.
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Bill Self's 3-2 High-Low Motion Offense
Coaches, Creighton Burns was nice enough to pass along a PDF of Coach Bill Self's 3-2 High-Low Motion Offense. You can
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Eric Musselman is head coach at the University of Nevada. Previously, he was the head coach of the NBA's Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings.
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Leading by playing with heart
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If you're not more talented than somebody, you can...
When your team reaches championship level, the sep...
Jimmy Patsos' strategy for stopping Stephen Curry
Doing the right things and doing them first
Learning how to sound calm
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An NBA player who practices after a game
Measuring the objectives that give you a chance to...
If you just stick with it, you can do most things
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Comebacks begin with positive energy
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Willing to pay the price to be great
Larry Brown's ideal roster
As you lead so shall you reap
A message of "relentless effort"
A sounding board for issues big and small
Dealing with close losses
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Why Derrick Rose will be among the NBA's best for ...
When players become an extension of the coaching s...
In praise of the inbounds passer
If you haven't had your butt beat, then you're not...
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Loyalty becomes a challenge when things aren't goi...
The saddest thing in life is wasted talent
Upgrading the bottom of the roster
Winning is a bonding opportunity
Let this job dictate your next job
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Experience is the wheel that grinds and hones
A unique level of communication
Giving a team something positive off the bench
An example of getting the most out of your opportu...
Three mistakes to avoid when hiring a staff
Convincing your team that they're still alive
Wisdom from Coach Pete Newell
The problem with treading water
A contrast in chemistry
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Making up for athleticism with angles, passing, ti...
Being selective in your leadership
A lack of commitment deprives you of team membersh...
Acknowledging problems in order to correct them
A new sense of life
Seeing shades of Vince Carter in USC's DeRozan
Allowing your assistants to do their jobs
Playing above your mistakes
2008 Hoops Ideology
Part of our identity was missing
Creatures of habit
It's tough to develop when you're wearing street c...
I don't think integrity needs rules
Living in the moment
Every team should have a "piano player"
UCLA v Miami (OH) at Pauley
Building your own pyramid of success
Some guys have it and some guys don't
It's where I should be, it's what I should be doin...
The team is only as strong as the commitment of it...
When you sit in the head coach's seat, suggestions...
Keys to offensive efficiency
A case of being too loyal
Holding every player to the same standard
It's about slowing down to go fast
Two hours of organized chaos with Coach Calipari
Notes from the USD coaching clinic
The hardest part of rebuilding is changing the min...
A coach's influence beyond basketball
A tactic for ensuring players know their roles
The importance of optimism
Why some people succeed and some don't
Key differences between Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y
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Surrounding yourself with those who complement you...
In his mind, he still doesn't think he's quite goo...
To be a complete player, you have to play great de...
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When you don't do your job, it should hurt
Living in the "now"
Basketball as meditation
Coach Bro and the point-forward
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Maximizing the possibility of something good happe...
How to know when a program has turned around
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