Skills, Drills & Team Play
An excellent site with info and help for all coaches. The site is the proud work of non-other than the legendary Bob Kloppenburg - remember SOS Pressure Defence.
A vast array of articles, drills, guides and quotes for players, coaches and parents.
BasketballPhantom is a blog dedicated to the game of basketball and to the people who love basketball, play basketball or aspire to play basketball, regardless of age and level of play. This is a place where you can find valuable guides, advice and information, all to learn and improve your game.
The FIBA Europe Coaching Website, a resource for the entire European coaching community. You can upload your own drills and plays to the site for players and other coaches to use. There are also message boards, calendar and coaching related news items from across Europe.
Make a winning team with over 70 youth basketball drills in a 136-page eBook, absolutely free. Get step-by-step illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions, motivation and coaching tips.
Train for Hoops offers the most effective basketball training information including hundreds of basketball drills and exercise instructions and video demonstrations - all in an easy-to-understand, easy-to-follow format
Anti-Doping, Nutrition, Sports Science & Physical Movement
Online anti-doping learning tool.
Brian Mackenzie provides information on the many topics related to developing physical and mental condition to help athletes and coaches achieve their goals.
One of the UK's most respected nutritionists, specialising in sports nutrition.
General Coaching, Planning & Equipment
Positive Coaching Alliance has helped over 3 million players worldwide to have a more enriching experience on the court which helps improve their future life off the court and brings character education through sports to your community.
The UK Coaching website provides a vast array of generic coaching resources and articles as well as 'Learn at Home' courses, online classroom workshops and coach to coach community support and information for coaches working with high performers.
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