Tony Hobbs

see I commonly refer to the three levels of dribbling. First we have Ball Handling, next up is Ball Control, and then we have what I like to call Ball On A String. What's the difference between the three? Let's discuss a few NBA players... I would say Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant had Ball Handling skills. Neither were never fancy...[ read more ]

Tony Hobbs

I’m sure you have heard the expression, “You're thinking too much.” In my experience this is a strong phrase when it comes to the skills and confidence you desire when playing. What we choose to focus on is likely to occur.  Many of our trainees have heard me preach about the value of visualization and it's direct relationship to increasing game skills,...[ read more ]

Tony Hobbs

get link “I have counters to every move that I do. The defense can only guess, so I’m in control. That’s what offensive guys need to remember. If he knows what move I’m going to do, I’m going to have about two, three counters to it. That’s kind of how I practiced it”

Tony Hobbs

This week we will discuss basketball cuts something that all players should have in their basketball toolbox. The game of basketball is about space and angles. The ability to understand basketball cuts & reads is the difference maker in a great scorer. In this blog post I will breakdown the different basketball cuts you can use in a game. 10 Must Know Basketball...[ read more ]

Tony Hobbs

College coaches are looking to give away scholarships every year, not for that special player but the right player that fits into their program. I talk with college coaches on a daily basics about players potential and what they would look like playing in their system. There are some recruiting service companies that do an excellent job helping you find...[ read more ]

Tony Hobbs

Dissertation Write For Payment Voucher For Every Hour of Competition, Spend Five Hours Training 2 Games a week = 10 hours of training Games are fun. Tournaments are exciting. Contests are thrilling. They also slow down skill development, for four reasons: The presence of other people diminishes an appetite for risk, nudging you away from gaining any confidence from the fear of making mistakes. Games...[ read more ]