Posts tagged "Phil Jackson"

Player Removal Rule For Youth Basketball League In Southern California: POLL

Guest Poll From:  Ray Lokar In the second part of Maintain Good Sportsmanship in Youth & High School Sports Using “Mismatch Etiquette” I mention the new Player Removal Rule adopted by a youth basketball league in southern California. A rule they implemented in order to try and keep differences in game scores in check. 12.1... Read more »

Part II: Maintain Good Sportsmanship in Youth & High School Sports Using "Mismatch Etiquette"

Guest Post From:  Ray Lokar Last time we discussed some of the realities of mismatched games in youth and high school basketball. Today we’ll present some strategies to use during mismatched contests, and the objective for employing those tactics. Remember, the key point is to explain this to the players so that they realize that... Read more »

Part I: Maintain Good Sportsmanship in Youth & High School Sports Using "Mismatch Etiquette"

Guest Post From:  Ray Lokar Managing mismatched games is always an issue in youth and high school sports. Often there is great disparity in the skill level of players, goals of each team, first round tournament match-ups of top vs. bottom seeds, or imbalanced leagues that cause many of these games to occur.  In youth... Read more »
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Ray Lokar Of Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) To Submit Articles For "The Athlete's Sports Experience"

Ray Lokar I am pleased to introduce Ray Lokar as a guest writer to The Athlete’s Sports Experience. As an experienced coach, and a lead trainer for the Positive Coaching Alliance, he brings a vast wealth of knowledge and experience to my blog here at ChicagoNow. Just a quick look through his credentials below gives... Read more »