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Discipline is often a challenge at the youth level, but it must be done if the athletes are going to be able to practice in a proper learning environment.
Basketball can be a very complicated game, particularly for players just learning to play. Â Teaching players to 'read the defence' will make the game easier for the players because they will develop anticipatory skills rather than simply reacting.
Dan Becker, Basketball Manitoba's Technical Director, shared a simple rule he has instituted to improve passing with his Gr. 4-6 basketball players.
All team grades 4-7 should be encouraged to execute fast break basketball. But to successfully fast break a critical concept that should be taught early is for players to run the two outside lanes of the floor wide.
The "traditional approach" to teaching basketball to our young players is to:
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