When you think about the way you approach basketball, it’s probably like this…
Go to practice a few times per week, practice some on your own or with friends on the side, and then show up for your games. In between all of these times you tackle the rest of your life (school, home life, friendships, etc.).
If this is your current approach to maximizing your own basketball talents and potential, then it’s time to make some very simply, yet highly impactful changes that can transform your entire game.
And the biggest change of all? It’s called: Scouting Your Opponent
This simply means the next time you walk into the gym to play basketball, go in with a plan of action. Don’t go in aimlessly or you’ll not be focused in the right direction for success. By going into each and every practice and game with a specific plan of action, you’ll have a central goal and something to achieve. This will not only keep you focused on the goal at hand, but it’ll also elevate your entire game.
So how can you know what plan of action you need to take?
The answer is simple: Know what areas you need to improve and focus on in your own game, along with setting the right goals, and fully understand your opponents as well. The more you can be a true student of the game, the tactics, the drills, and more…the better you’ll be in the end.
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Bottomline: You’re not fully tapping into your greatest basketball talents and skills…yet. Once you have a plan of action in place both in practice and for real games, you’ll be ready to thrive and shine like the real basketball star you’re meant to be.
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