In this episode by basketball coaches for basketball coaches….
I. An interview with University of Miami Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach Eric Konkol.
Miami is a DI school in the Atlantic Coast Conference Conference (ACC).
Click here for a link to Coach Konkol’s bio from the University of Miami website.
Among the things we discuss in the interview are…
- What he learned from other coaches along the way like Bo Ryan, Ed Conroy, Buzz Peterson, & Jim Larranaga
- Recruiting differences in DIII & DI and at George Mason vs. Miami.
- Balancing his personal life and the job.
- Tips for young coaches wanting to get into college coaching.
- Preseason, Inseason, & Postseason ideas for your teams.
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II. The Tip of the Week: Making Practice Competitive
- Record and/or time drills like FT’s or other skill competitions
- Have a reward and/or punishment
- Compete individually or in teams
- Put special emphasis on in-practice scrimmages by rewarding or punishing certain behaviors (giving up offensive rebounds, etc.)
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