I’ve spent a lot of time this summer working with a player who most likely will be in the NBA next year. You’ve definitely seen him play on TV, but since the NCAA has a ton of ridiculous rules I can’t really tell you who it is. We’ve been working on his individual skills, but […]
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LOVE Presence connects us to love. We cannot love if we are not fully present. And, love is the cornerstone of leadership. It’s not about technology. It’s not about managing processes. It’s about love. We forget that humans create the technology and manage the processes. If there is no love, there is no trust or […]
In part 1 of a 2 part video series Mike shares why what got you to the level you’re at now won’t help you get to the next level. You can’t improve if you aren’t willing to make changes.
By Luke Meier A while back Mike Lee posted this photo on Instagram… This concept, and the persistence it takes to reach this level, is misunderstood. For a skill to carryover from drill work into game play, you have to absolutely crush the drill. Not be able to do the drill or move, but CRUSH […]
This is a chapter from my book, UN/TRAIN, which is available here. In basketball it’s crucial that we communicate. We have to communicate on help defense, guarding ball screens, and pin downs. But, as individual we have to look inward. We have to look inward to grow. To become more aware of our thoughts, […]
The point guard position is one of the toughest positions in all sports. Mainly because of the basketball IQ and decision making required. But, contrary to popular belief this stuff CAN be taught and learned. When Jerry Smith came to us, after an average career at Louisville, he needed to change positions to play the […]