This game is very fun and can be used after you have gone over the proper shooting technique, or even as a warm up!
Now that the weather is getting warmer, let’s play some games that involve a little water… Figuratively speaking of course.
“Baseball? I thought this was supposed be a blog about basketball!” – is what you’re probably all thinking. And you’re right, this is a basketball blog. BUT we can incorporate a little bit of baseball into our own great game…
Parents are looking for help with youth sport. The world of youth sport they grew up in no longer exists, and so parents can end up confused and overwhelmed with how best to guide their own child through the modern youth sport environment.
Parents are afraid that if their kids don’t progress they will get left behind. So they push for progress, push for development, and push for success. Just to keep up.
Emma Glasgow is the Athletic Coordinator at St. Margaret’s School in Victoria, BC. Emma is a multi-sport athlete and coach with a passion for basketball, a Bachelor’s of Physical Education & Health and a Master’s of Education in Coaching.
The benefits of small-sided games have long been observed by coaches, parents, and educators world-wide. More time engaged in the game, more meaningful touches, more teammates involved; these are just a few of the benefits.
SNYB strongly believes that 3X3 basketball is the best way to engage and develop young players. This post will convince you of the same.